More than 5,000 permits suspended in one week were announced by the Romanian Police following an action aimed at preventing road accidents. Most were suspended for exceeding the legal speed of over 50 kilometers per hour.
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During the control action carried out at national level between September 6 and 12, the traffic police applied almost 50,000 to those who did not comply with the legislation. of fines, of which over 40,000 for non-compliance with the provisions of the Road Code. It is a sign that drivers in Romania continue to live dangerously, in total contempt for the law and road safety.
Thus, 13,597 contravention sanctions were applied for non-compliance with the legal speed regime, 537 for not giving priority to pedestrians, 307 for not giving priority to vehicles, 2,205 for violations committed by pedestrians, 3,549 for violations committed by cyclists, 1,055 for carters, 816 for illegal overtaking and 585 for driving under the influence of alcohol.
„Also, in order to suspend the exercise of the right to drive, 5,138 driving licenses were retained, of which 1,938 for exceeding by more than 50 km / ha the maximum legal speed allowed, 628 for driving on public roads a motor vehicle. to a person under the influence of alcohol, 816 for illegal overtaking, 307 for not giving priority to vehicles and 537 for not giving priority to pedestrians”, is shown in a statement from IGPR.
Over 5,000 permits suspended in one week. Record number of offenses
For driving some vehicles with technical defects or for not fulfilling some legal obligations, the traffic police withdrew 1,681 registration certificates. At the same time, 431 traffic offenses were found on public roads and 253 other offenses.
As usual, the police provide concrete examples, and here stands out a man from Calarasi County, who was stopped on Tuesday by police while driving a car without a driver’s license for any category of vehicle and being under the influence of substances psychoactive (cannabis).
We don’t know if only the police officers from Călărași met interesting cases, it is certain that the second example also comes from here. This is a man who presented a false driving license for inspection, apparently issued by the Bulgarian authorities. Of course, the checks carried out showed that he was not listed as a holder of a driving license in the database of the authorities of the Republic of Bulgaria.
The action carried out by the police comes only one week after another, which resulted in a similar number of contraventions and suspended permits. It is clear evidence that the actions of the police do not manage to impress anyone. right DRPCIV, there are over eight million drivers in Romania. At the current rate of 5,000 permits suspended per week, it would take at least 1,000 weeks for most to learn a lesson. That means 19 years, hence the tiny probability of being punished for violating traffic laws.
Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.
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