Unconscious driver, caught by radar on the A3 highway while speeding at over 240 km/h

A driver from Buzău county was caught by the police radar while driving at over 240 km/h on the A3 highway. The police suspended his license and fined him, according to a note issued shortly after IPJ Brasov.

The Brasov policemen carried out a raid this afternoon on the section of the A3 highway between the towns of Cristian and Râșnov, according to Biziday. The police officers were not a little surprised when they found that a driver was driving at a dizzying speed fixed on this section of the road. The driver from Buzău County was caught driving at a speed of 243 km/h.

The unconsciousness of the driver is all the greater as there were three minor children in the car with him. Thus, driving at such a speed, he not only endangered himself and other road users, but also the three children. If that wasn’t enough, the driver justified his excessive speed in front of the police by saying that he “wanted to show the children at what maximum speed his vehicle can go”.

Misdemeanor fine and driver’s license suspension

As a result of this incident, the driver was fined. At the same time, the police kept his driver’s license, in order to suspend the exercise of the right to drive vehicles on public roads, for a period of 120 days, and he was issued a replacement proof of the driver’s license, without the right to drive, from the moment detection.

Romania has the most dangerous roads in the entire European Union, the number of accidents with a tragic end being extremely high. Concerns are all the greater as a large proportion of these accidents are caused by drivers who do not respect speed limits and do not adapt their speed to road conditions. Within the same radius on the A3, five more driving licenses were seized for excessive speed.

Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.

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