Police seized a Nissan GT-R for speeding
Rotterdam police seized a black Nissan GT-R after a French driver rammed it into a BMW. The police radar marked one of the two cars and that was the GT-R, where they measured it moving at 159 km / h on a road with a speed limit of 50 km / h.
The GT-R was wearing German license plates that had expired on September 21, 2021 and the French driver had to deliver his driver’s license on the spot.
The case has now been sent to the prosecutor, who will decide what will happen to the car.
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