Crazy on the roads. Sinning drivers collected fines for thousands of crowns


Jaroslav Balvin

Reporter of the Ústí Region

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/VIDEO, PHOTO/ Traffic police patrolled several places in and around Litoměřice on Easter Monday. The reporters of Deník wondered if any holiday drivers had “coaxed” a fine from them for something.

Patrols in Litoměřice focused on alcohol and speed at Easter, but fined for other offenses as well (REDACTED)

| Video: Diary/Jaroslav Balvín

As Litoměřice transporters described, for example, one of the drivers stopped at the old lower railway station in the direction of Křešice had a damaged number plate stamp and, above all, did not have a child properly secured in the vehicle. “We resolved it on the spot, the driver agreed to the offence,” summed up member Dominik Sirový.

The driver stopped at Galeria Na Soutok behind the Tyrš bridge had his turn signals permanently on on both sides, and he was not wearing a seat belt. “We imposed a block fine on him in the amount of 1,500 crowns,” calculated police officer Dalibor Kyzlík. On Monday morning, one of the patrols in Litoměřick recorded 4 speeding violations. The older driver in Žalhostice had the most trouble, who was measured at 79 km/h in the village. He collected a fine of 2,500 crowns. Other offenses included slow driving, the driver at the lower station was afraid to pass a cyclist.

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The officers were not standing at several places in and around Litoměřice by chance. After a year, law enforcement officers have prepared traffic safety measures, which have been in place since Friday, March 29. “The Easter event will cover the entire territory of our republic and include an increased presence of the police on the roads,” confirmed the spokesperson of the Police Presidium of the Czech Republic, Hana Rubášová, stating that the goal of the event is to actively prevent traffic accidents and improve road safety. According to the experience of police officers, Easter is one of the riskiest periods on Czech roads.

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Source: Diary/Alexandr Vanžura


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