A Mercedes SUV caught going 130 kilometres per hour over the Granville Street Bridge on Saturday night. (Vancouver Police Department)

Driver gets $483 fine, luxury SUV impounded for going 130km/hr on Vancouver bridge

Vancouver police tweeted out a phone showing a Mercedes SUV being impounded

One driver won’t see their car again for a week after getting caught going 130 kilometres per hour over the Granville Street Bridge on Saturday night.

Vancouver police tweeted out a photo showing a Mercedes SUV being impounded for going more than 70 kilometres per hour over the speed limit on the bridge.

Police said the car impounded for seven days and the driver received an excessive speeding fine of $483 and three penalty points on their record.


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