In this case, I support the seizure of his vehicle for 3 months. What a malaka. Code: 'Hoon' clocked at 110kmh A 17-year-old Melbourne learner driver's car has been impounded for the second time in three weeks after he was clocked at more than double the speed limit. The Altona teenager was caught speeding between 110 kmh and 120 kmh in a 50 kmh zone along the Esplanade in the bayside suburb of Williamstown, about 7.15pm yesterday. The man, who has only a learner's licence, was driving on his own. Police seized the car under Victoria's anti-hoon laws, a police spokeswoman said. It comes as a News Ltd reports Victorians will soon be able to dob in reckless drivers on a hoon hotline. Police have impounded more than 4120 cars since Victoria's anti-hoon legislation was introduced in July 2006. Under the ''three strikes'' anti-hoon laws, vehicles are impounded for 48 hours for a first offence, three months for a second indiscretion and permanently for a third breach of the law within a three-year period. This year alone, 718 cars have been confiscated for 48 hours and another 150 have been impounded for three months.