Jimboomba Police's crackdown on driving offences over the Easter holiday has already nabbed one driver, who police say was clocked driving at nearly double the signposted speed limit. An officer said the 18-year-old Woodhill man was driving at 114km/h along Bluff Road in Cedar Vale, where the signposted speed limit is 60km/h. This earned the P-Plater the harshest possible punishment: a $1286 fine, eight demerit points and an automatic licence suspension for six months. The maximum amount of demerit points allowed on a provisional licence is four, meaning it will be some time before the driver is allowed back on the road. Jimboomba Police officer-in-charge, Acting Senior Sergeant Lawrie Catterson had some stern words on the issue. "It's an incredibly dangerous speed on a suburban road for any driver, let alone a P-Plater," he said. Local police will continue their campaign targeting dangerous drivers with high-visibility patrols until after Easter.