An 18-year-old was arrested on August 29 for harmful driving after he crashed a Nissan GT-R into a Toyota vehicle. He is under suspicion for participating in an unauthorised speed trial at the open parking area near Stadium Road, police stated in a media statement.
The accident happened on Saturday at around 6.30 pm. As per police, the Nissan GT-R was thought to have been speeding up and taking a trip at high speed prior to the accident.
Both cars were seriously damaged as a result of the accident and the 65-year-old Toyota driver supposedly sustained injuries to his ribs.
Police stated the suspect was detained on Monday and his driving license suspended with instant effect. The GT-R involved in the collision has likewise been seized by Traffic Police.
Vehicle drivers discovered guilty of taking part in unauthorised speed trials can be jailed for approximately six months and fined between S$ 1,000 ($734) and $$2,000 ($1,467).
Repeat transgressors can be imprisoned up to 12 months and fined between S$ 2,000 ($1,467) and S$ 3,000 ($2,201).
Drivers founded guilty of unsafe driving can be fined as much as S$ 3,000 ($2,201) or imprisoned as much as 12 months, or both.
Repeat transgressors can be fined up to S$ 5,000 ($3,668) or imprisoned up to 2 years, or both.