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Slovak man caught driving 246 km/hour in Croatia

CROATIAN police officers were shocked at the beginning September to see a car on the highway between the cities of Split and Zagreb moving at a speed of 246 kilometres an hour. After stopping the Mercedes, they found it was driven by a Slovak, aged 32. The driver received a fine and a year-long driving ban in Croatia., the SITA newswire reported by quoting the Croatian Jutarnji.hr website.

CROATIAN police officers were shocked at the beginning September to see a car on the highway between the cities of Split and Zagreb moving at a speed of 246 kilometres an hour. After stopping the Mercedes, they found it was driven by a Slovak, aged 32. The driver received a fine and a year-long driving ban in Croatia., the SITA newswire reported by quoting the Croatian Jutarnji.hr website.

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