A Georgia man was left reeling after receiving a $1.4 million rushing ticket, however metropolis officers say that quantity was only a placeholder, not the precise high-quality.
Connor Cato informed WSAV-TV in Savannah that he obtained the quotation after being pulled over in September for driving 90 mph (145 km/h) in a 55 mph (89 km/h) zone.
He contacted the court docket believing the quantity was a typo, however stated he was informed to both pay the quantity or seem in court docket in December.
Savannah officers say anybody caught driving greater than 35 mph (56 km/h) over the pace restrict should seem in court docket, the place a decide will decide the precise high-quality.
They stated the quantity Kato obtained mirrored an mechanically generated placeholder. The precise high-quality can not exceed $1,000 plus state-imposed prices.
Officers informed WSAV that the court docket is working to switch the language in digital citations to keep away from confusion sooner or later.