Increased roadside inspections this week
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Based on the annual audit plan of the ROADPOL Operational Group (Operations Group of the European Transport Police Bodies), the National Police Headquarters will carry out increased roadside inspections of heavy trucks and buses throughout Hungary until October 17, according to police.hu.
The European-level checks will focus on compliance with rules on driving and rest periods, the transport of dangerous goods, and the legality of entry and residence, it added.
The exercise will also include detecting and interrupting illegal migration, human trafficking, drugs-, firearms-, and property-related crimes.
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