Hamilton Police charge another driver clocked at double speed limit on Nikola Tesla
Published March 28, 2022 at 12:55 pm
Police have charged and suspended the license of a driver after clocking him at more than double the speed limit on a busy Hamilton street over the weekend.
It’s alleged that on Saturday afternoon (March 26) at around 1 p.m., a white sedan was caught travelling 124 km/h on Nikola Tesla Boulevard in northeast Hamilton where the speed limit is 60 km/h.
Police pulled the car over and charged the 30-year-old driver with speeding, in addition to impounding his car for two weeks and suspending his license for a month.
This latest speeding incident came one day after a 27-year-old driver was clocked at 116 km/h on the same road. That driver was also charged, his car impounded and his license suspended.
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Saturday, March 26 at approx. 1:00p.m. on the Nikola Telsa Blvd.
-30 year old male
-124 km/hr in the 60km/hr zone
-2 Charges under the Highway Traffic Act
14 day vehicle impound and 30 day DL suspension pic.twitter.com/u7rtVHf3xV
— Hamilton Police (@HamiltonPolice) March 28, 2022