A 17-year-old Oakville boy who Halton Regional Police say was out in his parents’ car has been accused of driving 94 km/h in a posted 40 km/h zone.
Halton Regional Police stopped the young driver in a Lexus the West Oak Trails neighbourhood and said the radar gun clocked his car on a residential street.
The teen, a G2 driver, who will not be identified because he is under 18 and because the charges weren’t laid under the Criminal Code, has been charged with stunt driving and failing to surrender his licence.
Const. Marc Taraso, who pulled over the driver, said the teen was driving “his parents’ car.”
The car will be impounded for seven days.
#ByeByeCar – I caught this driver going 94km/h on a 40km residential street (West Oak Trail). The G2 drivers licence & vehicle have been suspended/impounded for 7 days, and the driver has received a summons to court for Stunt Driving and Speeding offences. #SpeedKills #SlowDown pic.twitter.com/c0p1ZhgPr5
— Cst. Marc Taraso (@MT9345) May 26, 2019