As Extra the Magazine told recently, is it not required by law to have secured his dog in the car, but if you choose to let be, it can be fatal in a possible accident.
Although it is not required by law to buckle his dog stuck in a car, is there anyway certain things that a dog should not help with in a car, f.ex. it to run it.
The stresses in the Middle - and Vestjyllands Police in a tweet, after one of their fotovogne photographed a car driver, which in addition to the run of strong also had his dog behind the steering wheel.
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- It may well be, vovsen is good as a watchdog at home. But don't bet on, it is on guard for you when you are driving a car. The motorist here violates not just the speed limit, but also the rules that the driver must have an unobstructed view. Please be careful of yourselves and each other in the traffic, writes politikredsen in tweetet.
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For Ekstra Bladet informs the Middle - and Vestjyllands Police that the incident took place 8. december, and that the motorist was blitzet of a fotovogn to run 61 km/h in an urban zone, where the speed limit is 50 km/h.
the Driver was also charged with violating the færdselslovens section 82, which says, that 'persons or goods may not be placed in such a way that the driver does not have a clear view and sufficient opportunity to maneuver the vehicle'.
According to the FDM can be fatal, if not one spanning the dog securely in the car.
A test, FDM made in 2018 together with the other european automobile clubs, found that a medium-sized dog of 19 kg hit with a pressure of more than 1000 kg, if it is thrown through the cabin with a 50 km/h, and that the impact is already at 30 km/h. can be fatal.
the Cars - 6. feb. 2019 - at. 17:27 Dangerous fartbilister raunchier than the police permits