15-year-old Mississauga driver allegedly caught speeding
A 15-year-old driver is in hot water after being pulled over by police on Highway 10 in Dufferin County.
Police say the driver had no licence, no insurance and no licence plates.
“Bad combination—no licence, no insurance and no plates,” the Dufferin County OPP wrote on social media.
Bad combination…No licence, no insurance and no plates. A 15 year old from Mississauga was stopped this morning on Highway 10 @DufferinRoads travelling 133km/hr. #DufferinOPP #noexcuses ^sg pic.twitter.com/usqpvc6fyf— OPP Central Region (@OPP_CR) August 12, 2020
According to police, the teen was pulled over after being clocked travelling at 133 km/h on the morning of Aug. 12.
Drivers must be at least 16-years-old to obtain a driver’s licence in Ontario.
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