Four Porsche drivers received a $368 ticket and got their cars impounded after driving over the speed limit on Highway 99.

Towards the end of July, Cpl. Fred Harding issued warnings to some members of a Porsche club to drive slower on the Sea-to-Sky (Highway 99) between Vancouver and Whistler, B.C. On August 4th at 7:40 AM, the exact same officer noticed yet another group of Porsche drivers driving at speeds between 125 km/h (77 mph) and 131 km/h (81 mph) in an 80 km/h (49 mph) area.

All of the drivers were pulled over and received a $368 ticket, and those four Porsches are now impounded for a week. The four male drivers are all from Vancouver, while Mitchell Martin of Mitchell's Towing in North Vancouver said that one of the impounded vehicles was a "beautiful race-track-ready" car. Martin's staff estimated that the car's value was of $130,000, not taking into consideration the $50,000 - $70,000 "after-market goodies".

Fred Harding mentioned that the local West Vancouver Police Department will go on pursuing those who drive over the speed limit so watch out.


Four Porsches impounded on the Sea-to-Sky Highway in Canada