Jaguar towed after driver caught going 173 km/h on Delta highway: police
A driver had their Jaguar towed after allegedly being caught for excessive speeding.
On Thursday afternoon, Delta Police posted to Twitter that they caught a vehicle driving 93 km/h over the posted speed limit.
Police officers were enforcing the area of Highway 17 (South Fraser Perimeter Road) and say they clocked the driver going 173 km/h.
Naturally, the vehicle was towed and the driver was handed an infraction for excessive speeding.
.@DPDTraffic is enforcing on the SFPR/Hwy 17 today. This vehicle was towed and the driver was given an excessive speed vehicle infraction for speeding 173 km/hr. That’s 93 kms over the posted speed limit. #DeltaPolice #DPD #ToServeAndProtect pic.twitter.com/vtj7SbW4IC
— Delta Police (@deltapolice) August 1, 2019
According to ICBC, police can issue a fine ranging from $368 to $483 for excessive speeding. The infraction also carries three points towards a person’s Driver Risk Premium (DRP).