On Sunday May 29, 2022, a Luxembourger wanted to buy a superb sports car: a Ferrari California. So, wanting to try it, he drove at high speed on departmental road 15. Unfortunately, the experience did not last long; his driver’s license was confiscated!
Did you know that every year, a million Europeans are flashed by French radars? Among this figure, Luxembourgers are among the most noticed drivers in France. That said, the majority of offenses are more or less minimal!
A driver intercepted during a test with a car that is not yet his!
Sunday May 29, a driver in his fifties who intended to afford a Ferrari California goes to a Ferrari dealership. To get a taste of the vehicle, the 50-year-old asks to try the car… All in all logical! Rather than being careful with a car that doesn’t belong to him yet, he had a very heavy foot on the accelerator. The 50-year-old gets caught on radar during a “small” acceleration “on the departmental road 15 in Jouy-le-Potier. While the maximum speed is limited to 80 km/h on this axis, it was driving at 142 km/h. The gendarmes set off in pursuit and ended up by intercepting it.
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Luxembourg license suspended in France? Eh yes !
The arrested driver is a “young” French resident and fortunately for him, his Luxembourg license has not yet been exchanged for a French license. He therefore does not have a points license. But given the extent of the offense, he was fined immediately and had his license revoked. As required by law, the driver must have a driving license depending on his country of residence. If that had been the case for this Luxembourger, a French resident, he would have to undergo training to recover his sesame. Such an excess of 60 km / h for the French leads to several sanctions. In addition to license suspension which could last up to three years, the national also incurs a fine of €1,500 and a road safety awareness course.
I’ve never been a fan of the Ferrari California (too much for me, I prefer the new Roma), but in a landscape of minivans and SUV’s, it’s a nice car. pic.twitter.com/DReZ6QYUCD
– Ivan. T. 💙💛 (@Yvan_111) August 4, 2021
Learn to drive a Ferrari
Some technical data… Thanks to its 460 horsepower, the beautiful Ferrari California can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 316 km/h. This car is not for everyone; it requires a certain mastery. Fortunately, various solutions are offered to new owners of “cars”, such as driving courses with your own vehicle. You can also train on a circuit during track-days organized by luxury brands or simply join a training center specializing in supercar driving… Ride yes! and driving well is better!
Of all the racing cars on earth, the only one that really makes my heart beat is the Ferrari California, especially the first ones from 2008 to 2010. I don’t know why, but what do I really like? Yet there is so much better, but good heart has its reasons that reason ignores! pic.twitter.com/HDzgfuwCfD
— Hey sapapaya (@anticipepas) July 1, 2021
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