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Village tired of speeders: Blitzer over the 58,000 in two weeks

244. So many times ended up a fartsynder on the sensor in the temporary fartkamera, as the northern Italian village of Acquetico had set up in a trial. Every hour, throughout the day. In the 10 days.

It gave a total catch of no less than 58.568 road users that in the period chose to break the speed limit of 50 km/h. through the city.

It is equivalent, according to the mayor, Alessandro Alessandri, one out of three non-stopping road users drove too strong. It writes the BBC, quoting the Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera.

The temporary fartkamera was set up, according to several of the city's 120 residents had complained that there was very strong through the city.

According to the mayor runs Stadale 28, connecting the Piedmont region with the coast, right through the city - and it has supposedly been locally known users preferred route, because it, unlike other routes to avoid the toll and speed cameras.

motorcyclists have been happy for the road, and their driving has often equalled races, says the mayor.

- the Line between Pieve (di Teco, ed.) and the Piedmont has a great importance for them: Great seller, good width and many curves. It is well known that there is held real races here, he says to Corriere della Sera.

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Prøvekontrollen took place back in september, and judging by the speeds measured were many who had very busy trying to get through urban areas will be moved.

the Record was 135 km/h., and according to the BBC were dozens on the wrong side of 100 km/h. - while almost all of the 20 largest speeders drove through the city in the daytime.

Mayor Alessandro Alessandri is, in fact, not much, to be measured and the speed in Acquetico, but the large number of speeders have still got him to put the traffic cameras up permanently.

- I'm not a mayor, who enforces the law with repressive means, he says to Corriere Della Sera and adds according to the BBC:

- We hope that these speed cameras can put an effective end to the (hurtigtkørende, red.) motorcyclists, and to come the citizens of the Acquetico for good. I will not earn money to dish out fines, but they are unfortunately necessary to ensure the safety of citizens.

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