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Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Wednesday 5th January - Road Safety News

New Traffic Enforcement Reforms

The Ministerial Committee has approved new regulations to better penalise dangerous drivers. The new reforms include plans to introduce immediate arrest of drivers who commit sever traffic violations.  Before introduced legislation will be required.  The legislation could also see bad drivers suspended for up to 3 months for drunk-driving, dangerous overtaking,illegal crossing of railroad tracks, and reckless or aggressive driving.
Courts will also be required to deal with the most serious offences quickly within 1 month.   While there is also likely to be more speed cameras.

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