Breaking the Rules in Traffic Not Allowed

breaking rules in traffic is not allowed
breaking rules in traffic is not allowed

The Ministry of Interior Police and Gendarmerie Traffic Teams did not allow those who use unauthorized strobes and crosses in traffic, and those who risk the lives of citizens by drifting. In the first 8 months of last year, 49 thousand 87 vehicles were used to use irregular strobes, scissors and drift, while this number increased by 11,3% to 54 thousand 629 in the same period of this year.

Traffic teams carried out intensive inspections for those who use unauthorized light or sound warning signs, which are called "blinkers". Those who were found to have used irregular strobes during these inspections were penalized. In this context, while 8 actions were taken against illegal flashing in the 2.212-month period of last year, 3.847 criminal actions were taken in the same period of this year. Compared to last year, it was observed that there was a 73,9% increase in transactions for illegal strobe use this year.

Those Who Increase the Risk of Accidents by Throwing Scissors Are Not Condoned

Unless there is a sign to the contrary, which endanger traffic safety and cause accidents; On the other hand, 8 thousand 43 transactions were made in the first 443 months of last year for "scissors", which is defined as "multiple lane changes" in a way that will hinder or endanger the traffic. The number of vehicles processed within the scope of inspections increased by 2021% in the first 8 months of 8,9 to 47 thousand 310.

Increased Controls for Drifters

In the first 8 months of the last year, 3 thousand 432 vehicles were killed for the violation of "drift", known as "drift", "suddenly changing the direction of the vehicle or turning the vehicle around itself by applying the handbrake intentionally and intentionally outside the turning rules on the highways". imposed sanctions. In the same period of this year, 3 thousand 472 vehicles were penalized on the grounds that they endangered traffic safety by drifting.

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