A stunned motorist has captured footage of a driver travelling in the wrong direction on the Pacific Highway near Hexham in the NSW Hunter region.
The video was shared on Facebook on Friday morning, attracting dozens of comments from dismayed viewers.
It was not immediately clear when the vision was captured.
The video comes just days after it was revealed drivers with a three-year clean driving record could dodge large fines for minor driving offences in a newly announced election policy from the NSW government.
Good drivers will be given a one-off chance to escape a fine for offences including low-range speeding, disobeying no left or right-hand turn signs or driving in a bus lane.
Those drivers look to save up to $2200 for driving in a bus lane, $124 for speeding where the limit was exceeded by less than 10km/h and $275 for ignoring a no left or right-hand turn sign.
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