A man was caught speeding in a Porsche at 260km/h in Northamptonshire, England and the cops hit him with a six month ban and R35 000 fine.
Watch news in a minute for a summary of New AARTO laws are targeting speeding violations to South African motorists.
Here’s a list of all AARTO speeding violations and the demerit points you’ll earn. So take it easy on the accelerator pedal.
Watch news in a minute for a summary of Two motorists arrested for driving 146km/h in 80km/h zone n the Alberton area.
Both motorists, facing charges of reckless and negligent driving, were handcuffed and taken to the Brackendowns Police Station.
A top cop in Georgia, United States was caught speeding in a modified Dodge Charger at nearly 160km/h in a 55km/h zone while he was on duty.
A Gauteng man was caught speeding in a Chinese bakkie, the news caught South Africans by surprise who said questioned the high speed.
Speeding on public roads is reckless behaviour and endangers other road users, we look at FIVE dangers of speeding and the repercussions.
A viral Facebook post of an image of a fine indicating a Toyota Land Cruiser had been caught traveling at 536km/h caught people’s attention.
A Toyota Land Cruiser owner’s Facebook post went viral after he received a fine indicating he had driven 476km/h over the speed limit.
The country bases fines on personal income, and this Finish tycoon is one wealthy guy.
Spectators at the Rally Croatia were involved in a fight that spilled onto the stage and were saved by marshals from a speeding rally car.
The motorist is facing charges for reckless and negligent driving and is being detained at the Lyttleton police station.
A man was arrested after he clocked a shocking 199km/h while speeding on the N1 near Mookgophong in the Waterberg District
A video of a McLaren 720S driver was caught overtaking a BMW motorbike on the N3 freeway at over 300km/h has gone viral.
A female motorist was arrested after allegedly clocking 220km/h on a prescribed maximum limit of 120km/h zone along the N4 East freeway.
More than 2 000 motorists have been arrested for driving offences since the start of the festive season travel period on 1 December 2022.
Transport Minister appeals to motorist to reduce speed to avoid road fatalities.
As a result, the JMPD says all speed-related prosecutions and the issuing of fines in Johannesburg have been halted since May last year
‘Probably a stolen car, no one who paid for a Mercedes would drive it like that. Mampara of the month,’ wrote a Facebooker.
A BMW driver has sped his way to police cells. He was caught flying at a speed of 216km/h in a 120km/h zone near Bronkhorstspruit.