A driver with an “N” is facing severe consequences after being caught speeding 100 km/h near a school in Vancouver.
Sgt. Mark Christensen with the Vancouver Police Department posted on Twitter that the driver’s vehicle was impounded.
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He was also handed a $483 fine and, according to Christensen, “can expect a driving prohibition in the near future!”
Going 100kmh anywhere in Vancouver is dangerous but doing it on a side st, past Crofton House School, boarders criminal! Vehicle impounded, $483 fine and N driver can expect a driving prohibition in near future! @VPDTrafficUnit @VancouverPD @DeputyChow @ChiefPalmer pic.twitter.com/6RWLBZL6wA
— Sgt Mark Christensen (@baldguy1363) December 15, 2021
The driver was apparently caught on a side street near Crofton House School on Vancouver’s west side.
Earlier this week, Surrey RCMP tweeted about a driver caught going an excessive speed in the city.
Mounties told Daily Hive, “At the end of the day, it is not about the monetary value of the fines; it’s about changing people’s driving behaviour to save lives.”
RCMP is encouraging everyone to slow down and drive for the road conditions.