Breaking the highway code has now become the order of the day. The issue does not only concern Italy, but also the rest of the world. And there are some countries in which the sanctions for those who violate the laws of the road are much more heavy than those in force within our national borders. One of these is Denmark, and what happened to an owner of a Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spider, who was surprised by a speed camera circulating, testifies to this. at 234 km / h where the limit is 130 km / h.
The man of Iraqi origin who was driving the car of the car manufacturer del Toro, which among other things had recently bought it, is now in trouble: the Danish legislation in fact it has recently been expanded with a rule that provides for the confiscation of a car that is the protagonist in reports of dangerous or reckless driving and also the possibility of being auctioned. The competent authorities therefore, after proceeding with the fine against the driver of the Huracan Performante Spyder, are evaluating the possibility of stealing the car from the hands of the man of Iraqi origin and beating it to the highest bidder, thus certifying the transfer of ownership. As mentioned, the latter scenario is only envisaged in the event that a “reckless or dangerous” driving situation is ascertained: proceeding at 104 km / h above the imposed limit is certainly one of these.