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"This is a deterrent that removes the prized possession of those who continuously flout the road rules, placing the lives of other road users at risk," Mr O'Brien said.
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the government was very pleased with the judgement, which means SAPOL will be able to recommence enforcing laws that allow the cars of hoons to be forfeited and crushed or sold at auction.
Minister for Police and Road Safety Michael O'Brien welcomed a Supreme Court ruling this month which will continue to allow the practice of crushing "hoon" cars.
"If a person engages in a high speed pursuit with police and they're arrested for the offence, we can seek forfeiture of the vehicle for this alone," Inspector Thiele said.
The challenge to the validity of the anti hoon laws came about last October when a Port Pirie man was ordered to forfeit his car after multiple driving offences.
"It is important that we provide SAPOL with robust laws to tackle this issue and we will continue to work with them on measures to enhance road safety."
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"Police can and will seek forfeiture of the vehicle through the courts," Inspector Thiele said.
SAPOL's annual report figures indicated that in the 2011/12 financial year, 7932 vehicles were clamped or impounded, 26 were sold at auction, 178 vehicles were destroyed and six vehicles were crushed.
Inspector Thiele said if a person commits two prescribed offences in 12 months or three prescribed offences in 10 years or is arrested for other highly dangerous behaviour, then the police will use the legislation at their disposal.
Inspector Thiele Los Angeles Adidas Pink said the practice of seizing cars, crushing them or selling them at auction may seem harsh but it sends a strong message to would be offenders that the law does not tolerate this kind of reckless behaviour.
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"Police officers through the courts will seek forfeiture of a person's vehicle if they continue to have a blatant disregard for road rules."
However local police officers can apply to the courts for the forfeiture of the vehicle once a person meets a prerequisite of offences.
Car crushing to stay
"Proceeds from the sale of the cars that are sold at auction go to victims of crime, so it is also pleasing that this practice can continue.
"This is tough legislation but we are serious about road safety," Inspector Thiele said.
Whyalla residents that blatantly disregard road safety will feel the full brunt of the law with law enforcement services re instated with the power to seize and crush cars.
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