MONO, Ont. — In one of the Ontario trucking industry’s least proud moments, a truck driver has been charged with stunt driving after being clocked by OPP travelling 136 km/h in an 80 km/h zone.
The infraction took place Nov. 8 at 5:55 a.m. on Dufferin County Road 18 (Airport Rd.) in the town of Mono, Dufferin OPP report. Road conditions were slick at the time and the tractor-trailer was loaded with salt, police report.
The driver was charged with excess speeding (stunting) and operating a commercial motor vehicle not equipped with a working speed limiting system, contrary to the Ontario Highway Traffic Act.
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