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Surge in speeding and reckless driving in Costa Rica during pandemic

QCOSTARICA - "Fast and Furious" is one way to describe some drivers on the roads during the pandemic, using the near empty streets as a race track, without any respect for the traffic law or for other drivers This is how a driver was surprised...

Only 153 Drunk Drivers Lost Their License In The Last 3 Years

Despite the serious attempt by transport officials to reduce drunk driving, the statistics are alarming considering that in the last three years only 153 drivers lost their license due to drunk driving. According to records by the COSEVI, the roads safety council division of the...

741 ‘Transitos’ Will Keep The Roads Safe During Semana Santa

With at least 100 control operations, the Policia de Transito (Traffic Police) intends to keep the roads across the country safe this Semana Santa. According to the director of the Policia de Transito, German Marin, 741 officers (Transitos) will be working around the clock, divided...

Drivers Have Lost The Fear Of Death: Traffic Police Chief

QCOSTARICA - Reckless driving is the main cause of fatal road accidents in Costa Rica says the director of the Policia de Transito (Traffic Police), Mario Calderon. The police chief says that drivers have lost their fear of death, and thus leads to casualties on...

More Drunk and Reckless Drivers This Semana Santa

QCOSTARICA - Despite the strong campaign of the last several years against drinking and driving, the Policia de Tránsito (traffic police) report more drunk drivers for this Semana Santa (Easter Week). Mario Calderon, director of the traffic police force, said that compared to last year,...


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