A 21-year-old is being investigated for allegedly committing a traffic safety crime while driving a car Speeding 93 km/h above the road speed limit.
The events occurred on July 22 at kilometer 42,203 of the GC-1 highway in the municipality San Bartolome de Tirajanaif tourism has been detected by means of a fixed radar circulated at 193 km/h, where the top speed applied 100km/h.
When the said speeding was discovered, the Guardia Civil made efforts to locate the vehicle and identify the driver, a 21-year-old man, who was told the vehicle would move on Investigation for an alleged crime.
Article 379.1 of the Criminal Code stipulates that “anyone who drives a motor vehicle or a moped at a speed exceeding sixty kilometers per hour on city streets or fifty kilometers per hour on interurban roads than permitted by law shall be punished with the penalty.” prison sentence of three to six months or with that of a fine of six to twelve months or, in the case of work for the benefit of the community, thirty-one to ninety daysand in any case with the disqualification from driving motor vehicles and mopeds for a period of more than one and up to four years.
Such behavior can also lead to the loss of validity of the driver’s license in this case Driving license suspension verdict Motor vehicles and mopeds more than two years old, according to article 47 of the same law, so that the convicted person must take the relevant tests before the traffic authority in order to be allowed to drive.