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Aviemore man clocked up 106mph on the whisky road

By Ali Morrison

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A 27 year old Aviemore man has been banned from driving for two months after admitting speeding at 106mph between Aviemore and Grantown.

Callum Logie, of Seafield Place, appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court earlier today and pleaded guilty to the offence which occurred near Auchendean by Dulnain Bridge on the A95 on June 11, 2020.

Fiscal depute Pauline Gair said police were carrying out speed checks on the road when they clocked him travelling east at that speed.

Defence solicitor Graham Mann said: "He needs his licence for his work and should have been more careful.

"He also has to make regular hospital visits to Aberdeen and Inverness to take his daughter there."

He asked Sheriff David Suthelrand not to impose a ban.

But the Sheriff decided the speed in a 60mph zone was too high not to disqualify.

Logie was also fined £470.

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