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Manitoba driver faces massive fines after caught speeding in mom’s Mercedes

This driver was handed over $1,100 in fines for various offences.
This driver was handed over $1,100 in fines for various offences. RCMP Manitoba / Twitter

A 26-year-old man is facing more than $1,100 in fines after he was busted by Manitoba RCMP travelling at 142 km/h in an 80 km/h zone.

He also had a driver’s licence that had expired in 2014.

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RCMP said the man, who told them he was driving his mother’s Mercedes, was clocked by police on Highway 100 at Highway 330, and faces a ticket of $862 for speeding and $298 for driving without a valid licence.

On top of that, he faces a serious offence notice and an appointment with Manitoba Public Insurance.

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