A Lamborghini flashed at 189 km / h instead of the 90 authorized!


A driver in Lamborghini Gallardo was flashed on the D301 departmental at 189 km / h instead of the regulatory 90 km / h.

100 km / h over the limit

The D301 located near the town of Persan in the Val d’Oise has witnessed a significant burst of speed. If this portion is limited to 90 km / h, this did not prevent a motorist driving in Lamborghini Gallardo to be flashed at 189 km / h!

But this figure could have been even higher. Indeed, the head of the municipal police of Persian, who subsequently proceeded to arrest, said: “It was still in the acceleration phase when we took the survey”.

The check took place last Monday at 11:15 p.m. in the direction of Paris. After the speeding was noticed, the police immediately lit the flashing lights and chased the driver. If the Gallardo was driving too fast to be caught, it finally pulled over to the side where the call took place.

Suspended license and already damaged car

With the control, it appears that the 30-year-old driver working as a mechanic subject a license suspension. Logically the Lamborghini Gallardo was immediately immobilized and was going to be impounded. But it turned out that in addition, it was the subject of VGE procedure (severely damaged vehicle) and therefore had not the authorization to circulate!

This axis is regularly the theater of excessive speeding with many motorists used to driving too fast. However, this area is accident-prone. Friday, October 8 3 cars were involved in a collision which left several injured. This accident had resulted in a closure of the departmental for 3 hours.

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