On Monday evening, an 18-year-old test driver's license holder was withdrawn from traffic for a massive speeding violation. </p><div> <p><a href="https://www.de24.news/"><img class="alignnone size-medium" src="https://www.de24.news/a1/de24.png" alt="© www.de24.news" width="400" height="20" /></a> The 18-year-old was driving his car out of town on the Innsbruck main road when he was measured by police officers at a speed of 113 km / h. He disregarded the local speed limit of 50 km / h in the city. <a href="https://www.de24.news/"><img class="alignnone size-medium" src="https://www.de24.news/a1/de24.png" alt="© www.de24.news" width="400" height="20" /></a> The driver was stopped and checked. He couldn't give a reason for the too high speed. He has been informed of the report and has to face a driving license withdrawal procedure.</p>
17-year-old was killed in a speeding accident
It was not until Sunday night that a young person died after an accident on Vogelweiderstrasse. An 18-year-old with a 150 hp vehicle crashed into the pillar of the railway bridge in Itzling at too high a speed. A 17-year-old sitting in the back seat died at the scene of the accident. The driver and the 16-year-old passenger were injured, the latter seriously.
In addition, illegal car races took place on the Tauern Autobahn at the weekend. A 31-year-old Salzburg resident and a 24-year-old Flachgau resident delivered this at speeds of up to 200 km / h. Serious traffic accidents as a result of speeding violations have meanwhile also prompted federal politicians to take action. As reported, Transport Minister Leonore Gewessler (Greens) wants to present a corresponding legislative package in the coming weeks.