Police Constable Scott Matthews just spilled some juicy tea about Toronto's highest speed ticketed in 2020.
Cst. Matthews tweeted that the recipient of the ticket was a 19-year-old class G2 driver in a Mercedes going double the speed limit on the Gardiner Expressway.
Editor's Choice: What Is Going On With The Weeknd's Face?
What was the highest speed ticketed in Toronto in 2020? It was given in April to a 19-year-old class G2 driver of… https://t.co/hQxKovKumm— Scott Matthews (@Scott Matthews)1609958211.0
The driver has his license suspended and his car impounded for seven days, writes Cst. Matthews.
"For Stunt Driving, the driver faces upon conviction: between a $2000 and $10000 fine, up to 6 months in jail, up to a 2 year license suspension," he tweeted.
"Is it worth it?"
Earlier this week, another teen with a need for speed was caught going 183 km/h on the QEW, faster than Wonderland's Yukon Striker.
Over the summer, a 17-year-old near Kingston was caught speeding at almost 200 km/h — in his dad's car.
Here's to slower speeds in 2021.