Two drivers will have to find a way around without their cars after Mounties impounded them in Burnaby Monday.
According to Burnaby RCMP, an officer found two vehicles going more than 100 kilometres per hour in a 50 kilometre zone near Marine Way and Boundary Road.
According to the Insurance Corp. of B.C., excessive speed, defined as more than 40 kilometres over the speed limit, automatically nets a seven-day stay at the vehicle impound lot, a fine of at least $368 and possibly more fees under the Driver Risk Premium program.
Early this morning one of our Traffic Enforcement officers was in the area of Marine Way/ Boundary Rd in @CityofBurnaby catching two drivers ⬇️ doing more than 100 km/hr in the 50 km/hr zone both recieved VT's and their vehicles were impounded #SlowDown #RoadSafety pic.twitter.com/jYZwmu5aQJ
— Burnaby RCMP (@BurnabyRCMP) February 17, 2020