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Strict speeding control in effect

The Belgian police are going to stricter controls on the speed limit, now that the hermandad has extra personnel available. The police are calling for more trajectory checks and speed cameras in Flanders.

Traffic violations in Belgium must be determined manually by an agent. For years, staff shortages provided an unorthodox solution: trajectory checks in Flanders sometimes went out half the time, and in Wallonia the tolerance limit was increased to 147 kilometers to avoid a tsunami of fines. Camera trajectory control Belgium

That’s gonna change. According to the Flemish media, minister Vincent Van Quickenborne (Justice) wants to fine from 129 kilometers per hour from now on. The lower limit is possible now that the police have hired additional staff to process the fines. In Flanders, the measure was introduced immediately. For Wallonia, it will probably not be settled on all routes until the end of August.

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