More than 340 traffic offences were recorded in the last 24 hours by traffic police with a special focus on implementing new rules concerning e-scooters.
Limassol traffic police as part of the new legislation governing the use of bicycles and other personal mobility devices, booked 48 individuals using e-scooters.
They also confiscated seven large motorcycles, two cars and a four-wheeled bike.
All seven motorcycles were found moving along the city’s beachfront.
Most bookings concern offences proven to be the cause of road fatalities and collisions.
Notable are the 149 bookings for speeding.
Targeted traffic checks will continue daily and through out the day across the whole Cyprus road network, a police announcementsays.
“Sole objective is to reinforce the correct road conduct in all users and prevent fatal and serious traffic collisions,” police said.