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During the New Year, the police will crack down on illegal parking in Central District, and target illegal parking materials in residential areas to tow vehicles that block the road

2021-02-10T06:01:08.714Z

According to the police, the Central Police District will crack down on illegal parking in the area from the first to the fourth day of the Lunar New Year (12th to 15th). According to the police, it will specifically target illegal parking in residential areas, double-row parking, and parking at a fee meter.



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Written by: Chen Leilei

2021-02-10 13:27

The last update date: 2021-02-10 13:49

According to the police, the Central Police District will crack down on illegal parking in the area from the first to the fourth day of the Lunar New Year (12th to 15th).

According to the police, it will specifically target illegal parking in residential areas, double-row parking, parking at meter booths without paying tolls and parking on pavements, etc. It will also tow away vehicles that pose immediate danger to traffic and cause serious obstruction. To ensure road safety and smooth traffic.

According to the police, they plan to conduct video recording and evidence search from suspected vehicles at traffic black spots to improve the effectiveness of law enforcement and the success rate of prosecution.

Police urge drivers to take care of themselves and others, not to park illegally, and to respect the rights of other road users.

Police East Kowloon District cracked down on illegal parking and issued 2,319 "beef jerky" to tow 9 cars away

Police issued 936 tickets to tow a car away on traffic day in Mong Kok

Police in North District, New Territories, issued 3,591 "beef jerky" on two days to crack down on illegal parking

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Source: hk1

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