Highway emergency lane at Ops Selamat 18 using drones to catch criminals PDRM,

Have you traveled outside of the long weekend of Hari Roy Eidilitri? If you have, you are most likely to encounter a traffic jam on the highway and a strange emergency lane speedster. These motorists are discouraged by everyone’s dashcams and mobile phone cameras, shamelessly cutting rows as if they are in a hurry.

So it is good that the police now have their eyes on the sky to chase away these selfish people. These eyes are drones, and the law provides for emergency lane deployments on the North-South Highway to capture users. These videos from PDRM’s Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (JSPT) and the drone unit were taken near the Slim River in the northern PLUS.

You see a white old Nissan Sunny, Silver Proton Saga, Silver Proton Waza, Red Proton X50, white Toyota Camry and TEKS1M Toyota Innova Emergency Lane being misused, and probably reversing if drivers notice a roadblock in front. Little did they know that it was all captured on camera from above. The number plates are also clean.

JSPT Deputy Director Datuk Mohammad Nadzari Hussain inspected the Ops Selamat 18 roadblock at KM 365.8 in PLUS on May 1 and said that although motorcyclists still misuse the emergency lane, it has been reduced because road users fear being summoned by PDRM. As well as being recorded and getting Together He later praised the motorists for their patience Going back to his hometown Jam

The DJI Matris 300 RT drone was led by Inspector Fayez and two other officers of the drone unit. The perpetrators were slapped with an RM300 Together At the front roadblock.

So, whenever you feel the temptation to cut rows and use emergency lanes during a jam, remember that there are lots of cameras around and they are in the sky now. For those who are still enjoying Raya vacation, travel home safely.

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