A radar from León captures a Ferrari at 121 km / h in a section limited to 30 km / h
The local Police of León has opened proceedings against a driver who he was driving his Ferrari at 121 km / h on a street limited to 30 km / h. The driver is accused of a crime against road safety for which he will testify before the judge.
The news has emerged a few minutes ago, but it was last Monday, March 29, when a radar of the Local Police of León registered a vehicle that exceeded the maximum speed allowed by 91 km / h. The cinemometer, stationed on Calle Los Aluches, was activated by a Ferrari that, according to the measurement, was circulating at 121 km / h. This is one of the Leonese streets in which the speed is already limited to 30 km / h (as the DGT wants to do with a good part of the urban roads before the end of the year).
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The radar was placed on a police vehicle, but the agents did not stop the offender at that time. Following the investigations carried out by the section of the Judicial Traffic Police and Road Safety of the Local Police, they have managed to find out the identity of the person who was driving, for which he has been summoned to appear in the Investigating Court within the framework of a procedure for the rapid prosecution of this type of crimes.
Fine of 600 euros and six points
Driving at 121 km / h in a section limited to 30 km / h is an infraction of the highest section of those established by the DGT for fines for speeding:
- Between 31 and 50 km / h: 100 euros without points.
- Between 51 and 60 km / h: 300 euros and 2 points.
- Between 61 and 70 km / h: 400 euros and 4 points.
- Above 81 km / h: 600 euros and 6 points.
In accordance with this, the driver of the Ferrari will have to pay a financial penalty of 600 euros and will lose six points of the driving license.
Noelia Lopez March 31, 2021 – 1:26 p.m.