Warning to hoons as police crack down on dangerous drivers
Victorian hoons have been warned they’ll have their cars crushed, under a new ‘no tolerance’ approach by police.
Illegal hoon meets in St Kilda, Dandenong, Hoppers Crossing and Heatherton have seen almost 200 vehicles impounded in the past week alone.
There were 29 vehicles crushed last week, up from the 2020 average of 20 per week.
Since July last year, more than 6200 vehicles have been seized for dangerous driving, racing, noise and smoke.
Assistant Commissioner Russell Barrett has told the Herald Sun police will continue to crackdown on dangerous drivers.