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.

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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