Ontario teen caught going twice the limit en route to drive test

LONDON — An Ontario teenager will have to wait to get a full driver’s license after allegedly driving at double the speed limit to his road test.

Provincial police say they pulled the 19-year-old over west of London last week after clocking him at nearly 160 kilometers an hour in an 80-kilometer zone.

They say four people were in the car — all traveling to an exam center in nearby Clinton to take their driving tests.

All the passengers were running late for the exams.

Police charged the teen with racing and suspended his license.

He also found himself on the hook for cab fare home to London.