| Azaraimy HH |
THE Traffic Control and Investigation Department (JSKLL) of the Royal Brunei Police Force has recorded quite a number of traffic offences in September, as between the 22nd and 27th of this month, a total of 395 cases were recorded.
JSKLL Gadong recorded 288 cases, where as JSKLL Belait recorded 107 cases.
According to JSKLL, 19 cases involved expired road tax, eight cases of installing tinted film, two cases of installing sunshade, eight cases of lowering car from original height, and two cases of expired driving licence.
Around 352 compound cases were recorded of which 224 cases were for speeding with a top speed of 171 km/h (the driver was given 21 Demerit Points).
Other than that, 16 were booked for not placing road tax on the left side of vehicle windscreen, 14 cases for not stopping at a traffic light, 14 cases for illegal U-Turn, 15 cases for parking illegally, four cases for car modification, two cases for not following the correct lane, 30 cases for not following registration plate regulation, and many other violations.
The department once again reminded road users to follow traffic regulations.