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Aussie motorist slapped with $10,000 in fines for flouting driving rule almost every driver breaks


A motorist has issued an urgent warning to drivers after they were hit with more than $10,000 in fines for flouting a simple driving rule that almost every Aussie breaks.

The Queenslander took to Reddit to rant on Monday after discovering they had racked up thousands of dollars in eye-watering fines.

‘Don’t put your phone on your lap while driving ($10,000 mistake),’ they captioned the post which they started by saying they were an ’emotional mess’.

‘I got an infringement notice reminder in my email,’ the driver wrote.

‘I looked into it and discovered nine infringement notices in the system for “use mobile phone/resting on body while driving”.

A motorist has issued a urgent warning to other drivers after they were fined more than $10,000 for flouting a driving rule (pictured, police at the NSW-Victorian border in 2020)

A motorist has issued a urgent warning to other drivers after they were fined more than $10,000 for flouting a driving rule (pictured, police at the NSW-Victorian border in 2020)

The motorist revealed they had racked up more than $10,000 in fines after being caught on camera with their phone resting on their leg (stock image)

The motorist revealed they had racked up more than $10,000 in fines after being caught on camera with their phone resting on their leg (stock image)

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