West Vancouver military are reminding a open of a penalties for extreme speeding after dual high-end vehicles were impounded overnight.
Officers posted an picture to amicable media early Wednesday morning of a 2018 McLaren 720S and a 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray pulled over on Highway 1.
“West Van Dispatch, I’ll need dual hooks and a cab here please!” a WVPD wrote, hashtagging “excessive speed” and “not a competition track.”
The cars were seen speeding shortly after midnight Wednesday nearby a Mountain Highway exit in North Vancouver, Const. Jeff Palmer told CTV News.
As they upheld a Lonsdale Avenue exit, they were clocked during a rate of 150 km/h in an 80 km/h zone. They were pulled over a brief stretch past Lonsdale, Palmer said.
The drivers, a 21-year-old Burnaby male and a 25-year-old Richmond man, were both released defilement tickets for extreme speed. The province’s fines for extreme speeding operation from $368 to $483. Drivers convicted of a corruption underneath a Motor Vehicle Act also face 3 demerit points, and might have to compensate a motorist risk reward to ICBC.
Palmer pronounced a vehicles will be hold in a North Vancouver incarcerate lot for 7 days.