Halifax man charged with stunting

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A Halifax man has been charged with stunting under the Motor Vehicle Act.

AMHERST – A 22-year-old Halifax man has been charged with stunting  under the Motor Vehicle Act after his car was stopped on Highway 104 near Amherst on Tuesday morning.

RCMP clocked the vehicle in the westbound lane travelling at 162 km/h in the 110 km/h zone.

The driver’s licence was immediately suspended for a minimum of one week and his vehicle was seized.

Upon conviction, the driver faces a fine of up to $2,412 and an automatic six points will be assigned to his driver’s record.

Speeding and aggressive driving are key causes of collision on Nova Scotia roads, the RCMP said in a news release.


Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Halifax, AMHERST, Nova Scotia

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  • public enemy
    December 19, 2012 - 17:39

    radar gun can be off 2-3 mph either way, so he will probably have it reduced to speeding 31+ This guy never hurt anyone (although he could have), yet the guy in the maserati only got charged for careless driving...a $300 dollar fine.