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Traffic police campaign to focus on buses and trucks

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A week long police campaign will begin on Monday to check buses and trucks on the roads.

Taking place as part of the European campaign Roadpol, members of the police and the road transport department will check vehicles throughout the island’s road network.

As part of the campaign officers will check drivers’ documents, speed, speed imiting devices, work hours, tacographs and engines.

For the third time this year, the campaign will take part on a Europe-wide basis in cooperation with other countries that are part of the European Traffic Police Network Roadpol.

The campaign will also inform people about the dangers when truck and buses do not conform to the relevant laws, while stepping up checks on vehicles on the road.

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