The Kohlberg between Altena-Dahle, and Neuenrade represents in the overall assessment, a further "Hotspot" in the existing noise and speeder problem in the märkischer Kreis. As a result, the controls have to be intensified in the future due to the findings of more. In addition to technical controls, the speed was monitored.
On the approach to Kohlberg, the officials in the height of a Radar measurement point of a cyclist from Balve were referred to as "assholes". This was the first display of the day.
The two cyclists of a Kawasaki Ninja with Dortmund's approval was not in possession of the appropriate driving licence, what is a criminal complaint resulted. The police officers found two exhaust systems for sure. In one case, the entire plant to a Harley Davidson was inadmissible. It was simply too loud. It was dismantled on site and to ensure. In another case, the Same thing happened in the case of a Motorcycle Yamaha, however, was here manipulated the muffler. The operating license of a passenger car went out, because he was placed in an improper way deep.
A Dutch pursuit car. with about 90 km/h had to settle on Saturday in place of a security to position for the procedure. On Monday, it flashed on the Neuenrade-based road directly to the beginning of the measurement three Times. Three in a row driving to the end of Kräder with Bochum's admission pegs 117, 112 and 95 km/h through the measurement point of 50 is allowed.
striking: after 2-3 hours of measurement operation of the non-compliance ebbten noticeable. The good networking of problematic clientele seems to work. This is to be achieved in the core. Because not all motorcycle riders to quickly. Only a small percentage of drivers not adhering to the rules. The goal is to pull racers out of circulation for, will the police continue with the utmost determination.
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