Gers: Motorcyclist was Traveling at 184 km/h instead of 90, without License Plates

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A motorcyclist was caught speeding at 184 Km/h in Gers

ROAD SAFETY: A motorcyclist was arrested Monday night in Monbrun, Gers. He committed multiplied offenses, including an excessive speeding .

Usually Monbrun is a quiet village in the Gers , about forty kilometers west of Toulouse. But the town has experienced an unusual agitation on Monday night. A motorcyclist was arrested while driving on the RD654, open road, at 184 km/h (at an average speed of 174 km/h) instead of 90. An excessive speeding which must be added a refusal to comply after being controlled by the gendarmes of the departmental squadron for road safety (BSDE 32), and a lack of license plate.

License revoked and suspended six months

The man was eventually intercepted by the military a few minutes after its control. He saw immediately withdraw his driving license, which was suspended six months. His bike was impounded and put in an administrative compound for seven days at his own expense. Finally, the biker-run driver will be summoned before the Criminal Court of Auch.

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