In the first two months of this year, there were 61 road accidents on Serbian roads.
Members of the Home Ministry and the Traffic Police Administration will tighten traffic restrictions aimed at controlling the speed of vehicles between March 21 and 27 this year.
The operation will be implemented in 30 European countries that are members of ROADPOL (European Traffic Police Network).
As part of this activity, on Thursday, March 24, the so-called The “Speed Marathon” measures 24 consecutive hours of speed on all major road routes at this time.
The traffic police will include all available equipment to measure the speed of movement every day – Handheld radars, radars in video surveillance systems, and speedometers (“interceptors”) on vehicles without police signs also measure the average speed of vehicles on motorways. To ensure the safety of pedestrians, they make sure that speed is measured in pedestrian crossing zones.
Each driver inspected will be given a breather, while the traffic police will check whether the driver of any motor vehicle exceeding the speed limit and all occupants of the vehicle are using the seat belt as prescribed by the vehicle manufacturer.
In the first two months of this year, on the roads of Serbia There were 61 traffic accidents and deathsIn about half of these accidents, one of the influencing factors is speed that is not adjusted to traffic conditions and road conditions.
In addition, during the period under review, the traffic police allowed approximately 65,000 drivers to commit speeding offenses, more than double the first two months of 2021.
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