RBPF records 633 traffic violations for month of May

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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

A TOTAL of 633 traffic offenses have been recorded by the Department of Traffic Control and Investigation for the month of May this year.

According to a statement by the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF), the department has conducted 52 operations where 536 cases from 42 operations were recorded by the department from around Gadong.

Among the 536 cases, 52 were docket cases. According to the data given, the highest docket cases of the month were expired road tax which had 48 cases. Two cases of tinted car windows were also recorded, along with one case of expired driving license and one case of driving without a valid driving license.

The department has also recorded 484 compound cases which recorded 222 cases of speeding. The second highest recorded case was parking at a non-designated area which had 40 cases. Meanwhile, the Belait branch recorded 97 cases from 10 operations. The department recorded eight docket cases where the highest recorded offence was six vehicles being driven with expired insurances.

The department also recorded 89 compound cases which recorded 72 cases of speeding.

The RBPF have also recorded a total of 325 road accidents throughout the month, two of which resulted in fatalities. In the statement, RBPF reminded road users to always adhere to the regulations and laws in the country as it will improve safety on the roads and prevent accidents.

The RBPF then reminded road users to be careful, drive with caution and alert, especially with the current weather conditions. –Abdul Aziz Ismail

The Brunei Times