Cape records record number of offences on the roads over 15month period

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The City of Cape Town’s traffic services has recorded a record number of offences over the past 15 months. The City says that five years ago the Traffic Services recorded two and a half million offences a year on average. This includes an array of driving offences like dangerous overtaking, not wearing seatbelts and overloading, to the state of vehicles, unlicensed drivers and drunk driving and vehicle impoundments. In the last financial year, that number shot up to more than 3,7 million offences.

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