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They can revoke the driving license of a speeding flu driver

They can revoke the driving license of a speeding flu driver

Social media use is clearly on thin ice by 2024: it has backfired in more than one case where perpetrators immortalized their offenses, and then authorities found that the photo or video provided had probative value – whether it was speeding or car theft.


Anyone who regularly browses social networking sites has probably come across this @srt.miles With an account called Police are not aware of the popular Instagram page and the person behind it, Miles Hudson, who is charged with reckless driving based on his content uploaded online, writes the following: Seattle Times.

Hudson caught the attention of Seattle authorities when he stopped his patrol car in late March, his engine screaming louder when he stepped on the gas. Last year's Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat was immediately familiar to the officer, and he also recognized its driver, having pulled him over after a similar situation in January.

The 20-year-old, who is active as an influencer, is also made easier to recognize by his tiger-striped Dodge pattern, which is also echoed in the already mentioned Instagram posts. “The vehicle is well known to police, as it has a very distinctive sound that can be heard several blocks away due to the modified exhaust system,” the police report said.

He made several videos revving the 6.2-liter V8 late at night, which people in the neighborhood weren't happy about; According to them, it can be heard clearly even at a height of 50 floors. The most powerful version of the seventh generation Charger, which has been produced since 2015, has a top speed of about 330 km/h, and the Hemi engine has a power of 717 horsepower, coupled with a torque of 880 Newton metres.

Based on a post he made in February, Hudson wasn't afraid to use his car's potential: he filmed himself racing another car at 172 km/h, even though the speed limit in the area is 40 km/h. Police say the footage could provide a basis for charges, something Hudson disagrees with.

The investigation conducted with him revealed that his car is loud even when it is not traveling at a speed of 20 km/h or even when it is traveling at a speed of 320 km/h. “It's a muscle car, and it's always going to be loud,” he told the newspaper. “I feel like it bothers people more for a colored guy to have a nice car. But there are much bigger problems than for a black guy to have a nice car that makes a loud noise sometimes.”

If Miles Hudson is convicted of reckless driving, he could suffer a severe sprain. For this reason, a prison sentence of up to one year and/or a fine of up to $5,000, converted into 1.8 million Hungarian forints, can be imposed, and your driving license can be canceled for at least 30 days.

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