A learner driver has learned a tough lesson in safe driving.
Port Moody police (PMPD) report confiscating the vehicle of an 'L' driver who was clocked driving 94 km/h in a 50 zone last Wednesday (March 16).
The kicker, according to a social media post from the PMPD, was that the learner driver had just failed their ICBC test when they were caught speeding.
In addition to the speeding infraction, the driver failed to have a required supervisor in the vehicle.
The vehicle was confiscated and the driver also received a speeding ticket at the side of the road.
The tweet is also serving as a warning to drive safely and meet all driving requirements when learning to drive.
This afternoon, an “L” driver who just failed his @icbc road test was caught excessively speeding by officers (94km/h in 50 km/h zone) - without a required supervisor. His vehicle was impounded & a violation ticket was served roadside. #slowdown pic.twitter.com/3rxQc9z6nu— Port Moody Police (@PortMoodyPD) March 17, 2022