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More than 80% of the vehicles checked by the local police circulated with belt fastened (16/09/2014)

The City of Jumilla was added last week to the one undertaken by the Directorate General of Traffic, DGT on the control and awareness of the use of child restraints and seat belts, coinciding with the start of the school year.

Once assessed the outcome of the campaign, the Councillor for Public Safety, Marina Garcia, highlighted the positive figures recorded in Jumilla, because of the 82 vehicles, 72 drivers were circulating with the seat belt fastened while only 10 did not did.

"Over 80% of vehicles in circulation respecting the use of the use of restraint systems, a positive figure, but with which we are not satisfied as to wear the belt while driving should be somewhat standardized in 100% of drivers and passengers, "tinged about Marina Garcia.

The campaign by the local police from 8 to 14 September was held in Jumilla, in different parts of the town, thus adding the city of Jumilla, the hundreds of councils that have made the campaign in Spain.

Finally, Marina Garcia recalled that "although the special control campaign belts ended this past Sunday, the mandatory use of seat belts or child restraints by drivers and occupants of vehicles when driving on any road, should be normal throughout the year "and has clarified that" the failure of normal is classified as a serious offense and punishable with fines of $ 200 and loss of 3 points in the case of drivers. "

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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