http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2007/07/17/1980622.htm Car gone for good under anti-hoon laws Posted 2 hours 58 minutes ago Updated 2 hours 27 minutes ago A SA driver has lost his car permanently under anti-hoon laws (file photo). (ABC TV: ABC TV) Map: Mount Gambier 5290 A Mount Gambier man has become the first in South Australia to forfeit his car permanently under anti-hoon driving laws. Police today seized a car belonging to Mathew Hill, 29, under a magistrate's order. It will now be handed over to the Crown and listed for sale. Until now, vehicles seized have been impounded for 48 hours. Senior Sergeant Steve Hill says tougher measures were needed in this case. "This person is a habitual traffic offender. He has numerous serious offences against the traffic laws," he said. "The Government's given us the legislation to act in this way and we have taken that action."