Strengthening penalties for "drifting" Enforcement through land-air cooperation Kanagawa Prefectural Police June 30, 11:59
In Kanagawa Prefecture, three years ago, an accident in which four family members were killed and injured at the end of a tilt-driving operation was carried out in line with the enforcement of the revised Road Traffic Law on 30th, in which dangerous penalties for “driving” were enforced. , The police worked together on land and in the air to crack down on dangerous driving.
Police cars are waiting in the Nakai parking area of the Tomei Expressway in Kanagawa Prefecture on the 30th, while a helicopter confirms traffic conditions from the sky and the police officers on land and in the air communicate wirelessly to avoid dangerous driving. I was wary.
On the 30th, the revised Road Traffic Law that came into effect stipulates that tilting driving is referred to as "interfering driving," and if you create a danger by crossing over, sudden braking, or persistent horns, you will be subject to enforcement.
The maximum penalties are up to five years in prison, or a fine of up to one million yen.The Kanagawa Prefectural Police will continue to cooperate with land and air information in order to proceed with crackdowns on tilted driving.
On the Tomei Expressway in Kanagawa Prefecture, there was an accident in which four members of a family who were in a wagon car that was stopped at the end of 2017 after a drove operation were killed and injured.
Yuichiro Takao, the commander of the Kanagawa Prefectural Highway Traffic Police Corps, said, "We want to carry out strict enforcement so that we can respond to the feelings of the victims and the voices of those who desire traffic safety."
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