Bulgarian caught driving 248km/h on Croatian highway

Written by on July 12, 2012 in Europe, News - No comments

A Bulgarian was stopped by police in Croatia after driving at 248km/h on a highway, local media said.

In Croatia, speed limits are 110km/h on expressways and 130km/h on freeways.

The Bulgarian was fined 530 euro and banned from driving in Croatia for 12 months. A Serbian caught driving 230km/h was fined 400 euro and also banned for a year.

(Photo: © Jenny Rollo/sxc.hu)



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