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Mumbai traffic cops to use advanced breath analysers

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

City's traffic police from tomorrow will start using advanced breath analysers which will have built-in cameras and printers that will help them in keeping records about those indulging in drunken driving.

Using these advanced breath analysers, traffic police say it would be easier to keep a tab on drunk drivers.



"With the help of advanced breath analysers, traffic police will able to get a photograph of the offending motorist or bikers. They will also able get information about the repeat offenders, collected in the data base," an official said.

A few days ago, the city traffic police also started issuing e-challans to penalise motorists, who violate traffic rules.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mumbai traffic cops to use advanced breath analysers

City's traffic police from tomorrow will start using advanced breath analysers which will have built-in cameras and printers that will help them in keeping records about those indulging in drunken driving. Using these advanced breath analysers, traffic police say it would be easier to keep a tab on drunk drivers. "With the help of advanced breath analysers, traffic police will able to get a photograph of the offending motorist or bikers. They will also able get information about the repeat offenders, collected in the data base," an official said. A few days ago, the city traffic police also started issuing e-challans to penalise motorists, who violate traffic rules. City's traffic police from tomorrow will start using advanced breath analysers which will have built-in cameras and printers that will help them in keeping records about those indulging in drunken driving.

Using these advanced breath analysers, traffic police say it would be easier to keep a tab on drunk drivers.

"With the help of advanced breath analysers, traffic police will able to get a photograph of the offending motorist or bikers. They will also able get information about the repeat offenders, collected in the data base," an official said.

A few days ago, the city traffic police also started issuing e-challans to penalise motorists, who violate traffic rules.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mumbai traffic cops to use advanced breath analysers

City's traffic police from tomorrow will start using advanced breath analysers which will have built-in cameras and printers that will help them in keeping records about those indulging in drunken driving.

Using these advanced breath analysers, traffic police say it would be easier to keep a tab on drunk drivers.

"With the help of advanced breath analysers, traffic police will able to get a photograph of the offending motorist or bikers. They will also able get information about the repeat offenders, collected in the data base," an official said.

A few days ago, the city traffic police also started issuing e-challans to penalise motorists, who violate traffic rules.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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