Hillary Clinton's campaign van, the one she nicknamed "Scooby," was clocked going 92 in a 65-mile-per-hour zone in the rain!
Look at this eye-popping headline from DailyMail.com "Scooby Hits the Road at 92 MPH."
Clinton's van, with a Secret Service agent apparently at the wheel, hit 92 on rain-soaked interstate-89 in New Hampshire, according to DailyMail.com U.S. Political Editor David Martosko.
Martosko told INSIDE EDITION, "It was just really, really fast. It was like being on a NASCAR track, it was really something."
He added, "When we reached over 90-miles-per-hour and I saw my speedometer say '92,' that's when I gave up. For all I know, they went faster but we stopped the chase at 92 - I wasn't about to come home in a box."
Martosko shot photos as he followed Scooby and the other vehicles on smaller roads that day.
He says the journey on Interstate-89 wasn't the only time Clinton's vehicle was speeding.
Martosko said, "Earlier in the day they were driving about 73-miles-an-hour in a 55 zone on two-lane roads that went S-curve after S-curve."
The executive editor of the union leader, New Hampshire's largest newspaper, says he witnessed Clinton's convoy zooming past him, tweeting, "Apparently the Scooby van can haul. It's doing 85 MPH+."
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State police in New Hampshire told INSIDE EDITION anyone caught going 92 could not only be issued a speeding ticket, but they'd also be ordered to appear in court to explain themselves.
Former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow has driven Hillary Clinton in Scooby in the past.
He told INSIDE EDITION, "The speed of our motorcade is dictated by many factors - the situational awareness that's going on around that motorcade, different threat vulnerablities that the driver may see."
Maybe they could rename Scooby "Hill On Wheels."
In a statement to INSIDE EDITION, the Secret Service said: "The Secret Service and the New Hampshire State Police transporting Secretary Clinton in New Hampshire have obeyed all applicable traffic laws."