A man was caught going 110mph in Walton County. The driver said he had to race another driver because he was “trying him.” He was accused of driving his Dodge Charger at a top speed of 110mph. The sheriff’s office said at the same time deputies spotted a black Dodge Challenger traveling behind the red car, going 111 miles per hour in a 50 mph zone. He was charged with a DUI and reckless driving.
Irrespective of the circumstances, driving at twice the speed limit is an extremely hazardous activity. It not only poses a significant risk to your own life but also endangers the safety of those in your vicinity. In the current situation, the driver was found to be driving under the influence, thereby intensifying the level of threat and danger. If you have ever been in a situation like this just know A-1 Driving Schools is here to help you. We have courses for Driver’s Education classes and DUI classes.