Car 'Flies' With 252 km/h On a First Class Road

Society | April 16, 2014, Wednesday // 12:53| Views: 1205 | Comments: 3
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Bulgaria: Car 'Flies' With 252 km/h On a First Class Road Photo: bmw.com

Police traffic camera in Bulgaria's town of Vratsa intercepted a BMW doing 252 km/h at a road with a 90 km/h speed limit.

The violation happened at the exit of Vratsa in the direction of Mezdra. The chief of traffic police in Vratsa Yanko Haralampiev said the driver is not from the town.


According to Bulgarian-language media, the driver will be fined BGN 1300. Local police says this stretch of the E-79 road is favorite for speeding and they  pull over at least 10 cars doing up to 180 km/h each day.

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#3
Caliguy - 17 Apr 2014 // 17:18:02

Bulgarian drivers, donkey cart mentality in german engineering.

#2
Vladimir K. - 17 Apr 2014 // 11:07:28

Or ban cars altogether and improve public transportation. Some people today clearly should not remain on the road, not to mention all the pollution and traffic jams from every single fucker with the car. Every morning I'm stuck an hour with in my bus.

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Hans Borrmann - 17 Apr 2014 // 11:00:17

a fine of 1300 BGN is not enough !! The driver should loose his driving licence for at least 3 months !!