Sat. May 21st, 2022

The New Brunswick RCMP conducted recent traffic enforcement in Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview, resulting in more than 100 traffic violations being issued and four vehicles being towed.On October 22, 2021, the RCMP’s Tactical Traffic Enforcement Unit (TTEU) with the assistance of the Codiac Regional RCMP, conducted an enforcement operation targeting distracted drivers, speeding and modified vehicles.During the operation, four vehicles were towed for not complying with the Motor Vehicle Act and 106 charges were issued under the New Brunswick Motor Vehicle Act. These included 38 tickets for speeding, 13 for motorists failing to wear a seatbelt, and nine for using hand-held electronic devices while driving.In addition, 35 warnings were issued for various infractions, 10 compliance orders were issued for defects on vehicles, and three drivers were charged for driving with a suspended license.”The RCMP would like to remind motorists that the major factors in serious or fatal collisions are speed, impaired driving, failing to wear seatbelts and distracted driving,” said Sgt. Mario Maillet with the TTEU. “Always obey the rules of the road, and practice safe driving. “Motorists are also reminded that any vehicle modified from its original state is required to be certified by a professional engineer in addition to regular provincial inspection requirements. The New Brunswick RCMP’s TTEU conducts regular, targeted traffic enforcement on roadways throughout the province with the goals of improving road safety, educating motorists about the rules, and to reduce serious injury and fatal collisions.

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