Monday, 21 September 2020

Speeding: From A Cop’s Perspective

Speeding kills. We all speed. That is why the Policia de Transito (traffic police) use their photo radar unit to catch speeding drivers.

This photo by the Ministerio de Transporte y Obras Publicas (MOPT), gives us a glimpse from a transito’s (cop’s) perspective of a speeding driver.

BTW, the fine in here is ¢300,000 colones, plus costs, and 6 points.

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