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Infringement Notice: A Lawyer May Make the Difference

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Ashleigh Kay’s car was clocked at 135kmh, just 11 hours after she sold her car. She is now left to pay a total of $786 in traffic infringements clocked up by the new owner. File photo: ABC News

Adelaide woman sells car for $700, slapped with a $786 Infringement Notice for speeding 11 hours later.

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