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Reid at night in Vilnius: he decided to sell the car to pay the fine



Raid was stopped by the first offender – an easy-to-eat man. The Volkswagen Amarok off-road driver drove 0.67 miles to the Dutch street driver's alcohol content.

The citizen who was in danger of sitting on a car did not think he was getting a lot of money. He welcomed the officials now that he is now unemployed, but the citizen was not pampered, but was fined for the offense.


Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

© DELFI / Erikas Skardžius

The friends were wrong again

During the raid, police officers noticed that the leader of the Peugeot 306 SR suddenly changed the direction of the voyage and turned off the forest road that did not allow driving due to road signs. Immediately they drove the vehicle into the eyelids and recognized the man they had been convicted of.

It turned out that the Dutch street man was stopped for the first time and entered the police raid on October 20. Along with the driver, this time the officials stopped at the same hour as last time. The same explanation as the man contributed to the coincidences: the girlfriend felt bad and went so.

The offender did not want to disclose the media as a lost driving license, but the police reported that a citizen was drunk.

Officials who used it for a second were not a lot of pleasure – this time they have to pay a fine of € 600 (400 euro penalty not yet paid). The citizen told the media that he would pay and sell the car for 300 euros.


Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

© DELFI / Erikas Skardžius

BMW drivers

When he moved to Reid V. Kudirkos Street, officials could not punish the right to drive non-nationals.

In the first place, there was a nineteen-year-old boy who still is still learning to lead. He was driving a Volvo car without having a man responsible for his activity on the road.

The young offender said he had to hold a driving test on Regitre on Monday (November 5th), but he did not need it for a year.

Later, officials stopped at least three BMW drivers, not only stopped, but punished them in turn. It turns out that all three pilots have lost the right to sit on the steering wheel of the car.


Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

© DELFI / Erikas Skardžius

The road police also stopped a BMW car with a German national number. It turns out that the vehicle was abandoned, so they abused the man.


Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

Night raid in Vilnius, March 11, 2010

© DELFI / Erikas Skardžius

Officials continue the capital stake that punishes road traffic offenders.

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