$1,800 speeding ticket
A driver was slapped with a $1752 ticket for speeding in a construction zone.
A driver will be digging deep in the wallet to pay for a speeding ticket after being nabbed for doing 125 km/h in a 60 km/h construction zone.
The driver was fined $1752.
RCMP say it happened on Hwy. 10 south of Minnedosa.
“Ouch! That’s gonna hurt the wallet,” the RCMP tweeted Wednesday morning.
Ouch! That’s gonna hurt the wallet. Construction zones are no joke – slow down or pay double the fine! This driver was fined $1752 for travelling 125 kmh in a 60 kmh construction zone on #MBHwy10, south of Minnedosa. #rcmpmb #noexcuses
10:43 AM – Aug 1, 2018
Manitoba has some of the highest speeding fines in North America, with fines nearly double in construction zones.
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