A 21-year-old woman has been intercepted twice by Tasmania Police in one night for alleged speeding.
A police spokesperson said targeted traffic patrols were being conducted at Tasmania's Devonport Bluff on Saturday night when a blue Mitsubishi Lancer was allegedly detected driving at 67km/h in a 50km/h zone on Coles Beach Road.
"At 11pm police detected the same vehicle travelling on the Bass Highway at Lillico at 190km/h.
"The vehicle was intercepted, and the same 21-year-old female was driving the vehicle.
"As a first-year provisional licence holder she was restricted to a maximum speed of 100km/h."
The woman has had her licence for less than two months.
The vehicle has been clamped for a period of 28 days and she will appear in court at a later date.