Although many people will admit to occasionally creeping over the speed limit, few people will have any compassion for two drivers clocked driving at over THREE TIMES the posted speed limit!
@LincsARV tweeted that their late turn unit was left stunned having clocked not one but two cars both travelling at nearly 100 mph in a 30 mph zone.
The tweet said: “So the Boston late turn were left stunned by the hightest speeds recorded by this double crew in a 30 mph limit. 95 mph.
“We were both left speechless and both drivers of both cars will be having days in court.
“This is no was acceptable for any reason”.
When the drivers appear before a magistrates, then chances are that they can expect at the very least a ban from driving.
Not to mention the fact that their insurance will now be sky-high for at least the next 5 years!
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