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Transito fined 13 drivers daily for not using seat belts during January

Another of the most applied fines was for the non-use or inappropriate use of the helmet by motorcyclists

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QCOSTARICA – 13 drivers a day, on average, were fined for not wearing a seatbelt or allowing one of their companions not to wear one, during the month of January.

The  Policia de Transito (Traffic Police) report issuing 965 fines of ¢124,000 colones each during the first month of the year, which represented a donation of ¢120 million colones to the state’s coffers.

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Another of the most applied fines was for the non-use or inappropriate use of the helmet by motorcyclists. Transito reports 460 people were fined the ¢124,000 fine for this infraction.

Authorities also recalled that a child under the age of five cannot be taken on a motorcycle.

Eight people were sanctioned for this during January.


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