Drivers, slow down. A 17-year-old got a hefty speeding ticket from the OPP after he was clocked driving as fast as a high-speed train on Highway 401 near Kingston, Ontario. 

The youth was clocked driving 198 kilometres an hour in a 100 zone. That's the same as a high-speed train! 

Worse still, the teen was driving his dad's car. The vehicle was towed by police and has now been impounded for seven days.

The teen driver also got his G2 licence suspended for a week, and had to take a cab home, OPP reports.

The youngster is now facing a Stunt Driving charge, according to CTV News.

The fine has not yet been set and will be determined in court.

Via OPP East Region
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