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Speed leads to charges: Mounties

Some Nova Scotia motorists are driving fast and furious this summer.

Some Nova Scotia motorists are driving fast and furious this summer.

Last weekend, RCMP charged five people with stunting (travelling in excess of 50 km/h above the posted speed limit) on Highway 104 in Cumberland County.

Motorists caught stunting automatically lose their licence for one week, said RCMP Const. Steve Squires.

The minimum fine is $2,410, and on the third offence, stunting fines can reach more than $11,000.