Sanya launches campaign to clear abandoned vehicles on city’s streets
Recently, the Sanya Government has launched a crackdown aimed at clearing abandoned vehicles from the city’s streets, reports hinews.cn.
Nearly 5,000 abandoned vehicles including 4918 engines and 38 cars were destroyed by local police on Tuesday.
Last year, local police seized total 9,851 vehicles for violating traffic laws. The number of nuisance vehicles, which are unlicensed, illegally modified and abandoned for more than three months reached 4,956.
These nuisance vehicles, whether abandoned or unlicensed, are not only an environmental and social problem, but they are a potential risk causing road safety hazards.
To achieve the goal of banning motorbikes on city roads by 2014, local police plans to launch a regular campaign in every three months to destroy abandoned vehicles in the future.
The traffic authorities are currently strengthening efforts to target more offending vehicles in the city.
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