A driver going over three times the posted speed limit is one of many who had their vehicle impounded by police in Surrey.
Members of the RCMP’s Traffic Services ran a “Black Cat Radar” in the 12500 block of 104 Avenue. As a result, 12 vehicles were impounded for excessive speeding over the span of 12 days.
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One of the vehicles impounded appears to be a white sedan that was travelling 105 km/h in a 30 km/h zone.
Surrey RCMP’s Traffic Services deployed the Black Cat Radar on Nov 10 at 12500 block of 104 Ave. By utilizing the data collected & proactive policing, 12 vehicles were impounded in 12 days for excessive speeding at this spot. This vehicle was travelling 105km in a 30km zone. pic.twitter.com/Zu0YppwN5p
— Surrey RCMP (@SurreyRCMP) December 6, 2021
Surrey RCMP add that the blitz was done using collected data and “proactive policing.”