A 22-year-old Czech sped along the Semmering Expressway at 230 km/h on Monday – and was caught in a civil patrol. In a traffic focus campaign in the Murtal, however, there were reports and organ mandates.
A not inconsiderable speeding of 100 km/h could cost a 22-year-old Czech dearly. On Monday around 3 p.m., a civil patrol on the S 6 Semmeringschnellstraße in the Allerheiligen area in the Mürztal became aware of the speeder. The officials immediately took up the pursuit and measured a “proud” 230 km/h (at the permitted maximum speed of 130). The lead foot could be stopped and is displayed. According to the police, a security deposit of more than 1000 euros was collected. Traffic offenders also in Murtal On the same day, the police carried out priority checks in the Murtal district. The result: Twelve ads according to the road traffic regulations and two ads according to the motor vehicle law. In addition, eleven board mandates were raised for speeding and two more for the Motor Vehicle Act. In addition, five drivers were not wearing their seat belts or were on the phone at the wheel and also received organ mandates for this. However, almost 30 alcohol tests carried out remained negative.