Driver’s license under the influence of drugs revoked, police have car towed (Antwerp)

Driver’s license under the influence of drugs revoked, police have car towed (Antwerp)
Driver’s license under the influence of drugs revoked, police have car towed (Antwerp)
Antwerp

The Antwerp police carried out thorough traffic checks in various places last Saturday. A driver under the influence of drugs saw his car being towed by the police, the police also withdrew his driver’s license immediately and for fifteen days.

Another driver who was driving under the influence of drugs did not even have a valid driver’s license in his pocket. His provisional driver’s license had already expired for almost a full year. Because the man’s passenger also did not have a driver’s license, someone else had to come and collect the car. A person who had drugs in his pocket was immediately settled amicably.

In addition to drug use, the police identified several other violations. For example, 16 drivers were caught without seat belts. Some drivers even drove around the checkpoint without their seat belts. The motards of the traffic police also pulled two mobile drivers out of traffic.

The flash car was also used. 20 of a total of 2,751 cars checked were driving too fast. “The most striking finding was that of 99 km/h where the maximum speed was set at 70 km/h,” said the police, who finally also seized two boosted mopeds.

The article is in Dutch

Belgium

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