|Traffic policemen check a car driver’s documents. - VNA/VNS Photo Phạm Kiên |Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — Some 9,800 drivers had their licences withdrawn from September 21 to November 20, according to Vietnam News Agency.
Recent reports from Traffic Police Administration under the Ministry of Public Security revealed that after two months implementing the Prime Minister’s command to ensure road safety, nearly 142,000 traffic violation cases were handled with 9,800 driving licences withdrawn and 4,500 cars seized.
Among vehicles violating traffic rules, trucks accounted for 55 per cent, while coaches and cars took 17 per cent and 28 per cent, respectively.
The police found 53 fake licences, four fake vehicle registrations and withdrew the number plates of 110 expired cars.
Provincial traffic police units were asked to tighten management over vehicles, especially those that are about to expire, and ensure traffic safety on the threshold of Tết (Vietnamese Lunar New Year) festival. — VNS