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CanadaHamilton police seize teen’s parents’ car after stunt-driving charges

16:40  06 may  2019
16:40  06 may  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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The unnamed driver also had his G2 driver’ s licence suspended. G2 drivers in Ontario face an immediate seven-day Administrative Drivers Licence Suspension for speed. If convicted of stunt driving , the driver could face a suspension of up to two years for a first offence.

The Etobicoke teen only had his G2 licence and was driving his parents ' car , according to provincial police . Hamilton police are also cracking down through an effort called Project Recalibrate, launched after the service noticed drivers were treating area roads like raceways, including a 23 per

Hamilton police seize teen’s parents’ car after stunt-driving charges © THE CANADIAN PRESS IMAGES/Lee Brown An 18-year-old from Glanbrook has been charged with stunt driving. He's accused of going 132 km/h in a posted 60 km/h zone.

An 18-year-old from Glanbrook has been charged with stunt driving and his parents' car has been seized for seven days by Hamilton police.

READ MORE: Hamilton police lay another stunt-driving charge in zero tolerance campaign

Police say they clocked a silver Acura SUV doing 132 km/h in a 60 km/h zone on Monday at around 1 a.m. on Trinity Church Road near Golf Club Road.

The unnamed driver also had his G2 driver’s licence suspended.

G2 drivers in Ontario face an immediate seven-day Administrative Drivers Licence Suspension for speed.

If convicted of stunt driving, the driver could face a suspension of up to two years for a first offence.

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