Saarland police also checked the "Poser tuning scene" in the Saarlouis area / Many violations were found during a focus control last Saturday

| Image: Kirchheimbolanden police inspection
| Image: Kirchheimbolanden police inspection

Saarlouis Schwalbach Dillingen (ots) - Saarbrücken / Saarlouis. Last Saturday (August 22.08.2020nd, 18) the Saarland police - this time the Verkehrsdienst West with the support of the Saarlouis Police Inspection - checked "speeders, posers and tuners". In the city center of Saarlouis, in the Schwalbach area, in the “Lisdorfer Berg” industrial area and the localities of Dillingen and Fraulautern, a total of 00 cars, eight motorized two-wheelers and two cyclists were checked between 00:30 p.m. and 56:XNUMX a.m.

In the recent past, the Saarlouis Police Inspectorate has recorded many complaints regarding loud, tuned vehicles, some of whose drivers are driving too quickly and inconsiderately on public roads.

For a total of 26 vehicles, the operating permit had expired due to impermissible lowering of the vehicle, manipulation of the exhaust systems and the lighting equipment, which is why these vehicles were no longer allowed to drive. Vehicle drivers and vehicle owners expect fines of 90 to 135 euros.

A man traveling on his friend's motorcycle didn't have a driver's license for it. The driver and his friend await criminal proceedings because of driving without a license or allowing driving without a license.

The two controlled cyclists were carrying small amounts of narcotics. One of the two was also wanted by arrest warrant and taken to the Ottweiler prison on Saturday evening.

The emergency services noticed a quad because it was being led loudly and too quickly through the city center of Dillingen. The measured speed was 50 kmh at a permitted 104 km / h. In addition, the prescribed volume limiter was missing on the exhaust of the quad. The driver can expect a fine, three points in Flensburg and a one-month driving ban.

Further controls of this kind will follow.

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Originally written by: State Police Headquarters Saarland

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