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Post: #1   PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:06 pm Reply with quote
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Police to launch two week campaign to curb speeding

Cyprus police will begin a two week nationwide campaign to curb speeding
tomorrow, Monday 12th August, as part of its efforts to prevent and reduce
serious and fatal road traffic accidents.

Speeding is the third most common cause of fatal road traffic collisions in
Cyprus the announcement noted... [Read More]

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Police to launch two week campaign to curb speeding 
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Shame there is not the same appetite to enforce helmets.

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paterson wrote:
Shame there is not the same appetite to enforce helmets.

Tony


The adjacent motorbike accident thread says it all in that respect. Sad
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paterson wrote:
Shame there is not the same appetite to enforce helmets.

Tony



I agree.
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I've never understood why the police advise the public of their actions in advance - and give a time span!
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lifesabeach wrote:
I've never understood why the police advise the public of their actions in advance - and give a time span!


To make people think before they go out on the roads and drive dangerously.
It's not about catching as many as they can it's about trying to prevent
it in the first place.

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