| Hakim Hayat |
SPEEDING offences still top the list of traffic violation figures released by the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) for the third week of November, with 121 cases recorded.
The figures, released by the RBPF yesterday, said 377 traffic violations were recorded by the Traffic Control and Investigation Department, 277 from its Gadong Division and 60 cases from its Belait and Batu III division through enforcement operations or patrols.
Other notable traffic violations in the third week of November included 10 cases of driving with an invalid driver’s licence, 27 cases of expired road tax, 24 cases of expired vehicle insurance, 18 cases of driving through the red light, 41 cases of parking at a non-designated area and 28 cases of unauthorised licence plates.
The RBPF in a statement reminded the public to adhere to traffic rules and regulations and show respect and tolerance to other road users to avoid any road mishaps.