Italian Police To Receive

450 New Alfa Romeos

 

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12 OCT - Italian State Police will receive 450 new Alfa Romeos for its fleet, the law enforcement service announced.

The new autos will be assigned to the General Prevention and Public Rescue Offices (UPGSP). They are planned to perform partol service and will exercise control of the territory in all Italian provinces.

Heavily Drunk Drivers On The Rise In Finland

 

Finland1PHOTO: POLIISI.FI11 OCT - The number of heavily drunk drivers is clearly on the rise in Finland, results of recent police operation show.
Since 1988 the Police in the Scandinavian country has been carrying out nation-wide breathalyser tests twice a year, in spring and autumn, with 100% of drivers passing the checkpoint being tested.

Drugged Rider Stopped At

63 km/h On An E-scooter

306720366 460596026111983 8239280247241672287 nPHOTO: GENDARMERIE DU NORD3 OCT - Officers of French National Gendarmerie arrested a man who was driving at 63 km/h on the handlebars of an unapproved electric scooter.

40% Drop In Fatalities

During ROADPOL Safety Days

 

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SEP 29 - 12 European countries registered ZERO road fatalities at the control day of the 2022 ROADPOL Safety Days campaign.
The news came after final completion of data received from 28 ROADPOL member countries of which 23 took active part in the European Roads Policing Network's flagship annual campaign. It was carried out in the week of 16-22 September with the goal of achieving the ZERO for at least one single day. The results were announced at an international press conference in Madrid, Spain, hosted by ROADPOL member, Spain's Guardia Civil.

Cyprus Makes Helmets

Mandatory On E-scooters

 

e scooter helmetUsers will be obliged to use helmets at all times while riding. PHOTO: ISTOCK14 SEP - A new law was published in Cyprus introducing restrictions and prohibitions on the use of personal mobility devices (PMDs).

Those are electric unicycles, scooters, hoverboards, scateboards, segways, etc.