298 km / h on a highway limited to 60 km / h. Reckless recklessness or radar failure? According to the Administration, the car circulated at that speed.
They say 50 is the new 40, and 40 the new 30, so call old woman a 73-year-old woman is, in the 21st century, a debatable issue. But the news is quite shocking, not so much because of age, but because of the numbers: a 73-year-old woman has been fined for driving at 298 km / h in a section where the maximum speed allowed was 60 km / h.
According to the highway code, it corresponds to a fine of 600 euros and loss of 6 points in the driving license.
The most curious thing of all is that it is that your car has a speed limited to 221 km / h. So how could it reach that speed?
According to our colleague Noelia López in Auto Bild, María Teresa Bonet is a pharmacist who has a pharmacy in Sabadell (Barcelona). He was just going to work when a radar placed in the Ronda de Dalt photographed his car flying a 298 km/h.
According to Nius Diario, when she received the fine, the first reaction was surprise, but she was calm because, according to her, she could never have reached that speed: her car does not run as much.
Apparently when she was photographed she was driving an Audi Q2, which has a maximum approved speed of 221 km / h. So at least on paper, it seems impossible for this vehicle to reach 298 km / h.
He attributed it to a failure of the radar, but the Administration does not think the same, because you have rejected both of your appeals.
So this driver has no choice but to pay the fine of 600 euros, and lose the driving license points.
But the mystery has not been solved. Can an Audio Q2 circulate at 298 km / h?