REPEAT road offenders pose a major challenge for the police traffic department.
Police statistics reveal that some repeat offenders have committed offences between 20 and 30 times.
These offences include speeding, using mobile phones while driving and driving without a licence.
Police traffic director SSP Mahesh Mishra said once these drivers were booked their names appear on the system for the same offences.
"The law is very clear, these repeated offenders have to pay their fine within 21 days," SSP Mishra said.
He said this was of great concern because these drivers had not learned their lesson.
SSP Mishra said the two fatalities that were recorded early this month were the result of negligence and lack of skills on the drivers' part.
The two separate incidents along the Queens Highway took the lives of two people.
"Our plea to the public is that they need to be careful and learn and understand the basic fundamental principal of road rules.
"Currently, there are 29 deaths compared to 31 recorded in the same period last year.
SSP Mishra said from these 29 deaths, 18 were pedestrians which were an alarming rate of accidents in Fiji.
He called on pedestrians to learn the road rules and follow them to avoid accidents.