Central Saanich Police impounded a vehicle for 30 days and handed its driver a total of $759 in fines while travelling 142km/hr in 80km/hr zone on Highway 17 without a license. (Central Saanich Police/Twitter)

Driver gets $759 ticket for driving 60 km over speed limit without license

Central Saanich Police impounded the vehicle for 30 days

A driver has to pay $759 in fines after travelling 142 km/h in a 80km/h zone on Highway 17 without a license.

Police also impounded the vehicle for 30 days, according to a Saturday afternoon tweet from Central Saanich Police.

RELATED: Central Saanich Police stop impaired driver doing 108 km/h in a 50 zone

According to the tweet, the driver was on the way to the BC Ferries terminal at Swartz Bay.

“Think the ferries are expensive?” it read.


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