Tønsberg: Man loses driver’s license after driving at 175 km/h in a 110-zone on E18

Speed controlPhoto: Gorm Kallestad / NTB
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A male driver in his 30s drove at 175 kilometers per hour on Saturday afternoon in a 110-zone on E18 in Tønsberg.

“It led to the driver losing his license,” the Southeast Police District noted on Twitter.

According to the law, Norwegian drivers lose their driver’s license when caught driving faster than 151 kilometers per hour in a 110-zone. 

In this case, the man risks losing his driver’s license for between 12 and 15 months.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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1 Comment on "Tønsberg: Man loses driver’s license after driving at 175 km/h in a 110-zone on E18"

  1. Simon Milton-Jones | 7. December 2020 at 12:00 | Reply

    Puhhh, crazy! But, I guess, if you have a fast car, you are going to want to drive it fast. Nevertheless, that’s what Germany is for. There’s no point thinking about the safety aspect, it is a no brainer. As someone who has also lost their license due to speeding, I can say that it did slow me down when back on the road – perhaps this driver will feel the same, I hope so.

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