Reflective vests instead of fines for cyclists

In order to maintain the current trend of reducing the number of victims of traffic accidents in the category of pedestrians at the County Police Inspectorate (IPJ) Sutu Mare was launched yesterday a campaign of prevention and awareness of these categories of road users on the need and obligation to wear reflective vest. Thus, with the support of Sutu Mare County Council and Territorial Public Order Authority Sutu Mare were purchased 1,000 reflective safety vests will be distributed cyclists and carters, both urban and rural areas by police officers.


This year there were 46 traffic accidents resulting in seven deaths? Fortunately, the number of cyclists involved in such events is lower than last year, one of whom was seriously injured, unlike the same period last year, when there were two seriously injured in this category. In terms of the number of accidents involving pedestrians, they fell to five against the eight recorded in 2013, instead of the number of deaths increased from zero in 2013 to two this year.


The first action taken yesterday in the flea market, along with road policemen participated in Sutu Mare County Council, Adrian, and deputy head of the inspectorate on the line of public policy, Chief Commissioner. Target road users were not equipped properly the opportunity to have been sanctioned with a warning while receiving a warning vest with reflective tape to be visible at night or in bad weather.

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