Stream of traffic offenders in court | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News


The BPS can report that last week saw Traffic offenders contribute just over eighteen thousand dollars to the government coffers after appearing in Magistrates Court.Offenders who appeared before the Courts incurred fines for a slew of traffic offences including driving whilst impaired, driving unlicensed and uninsured vehicles, and no driver’s license.Speeding Fines were also heavily represented, with excessive speeds recorded, ranging from 61Kmph, to 82Kmph.Ref
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TCD facilities shut at Rockaway, Southside | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

The Transport Control Department is advising that due to staffing shortages, both the Rockaway and Southside location testing facilities are closed until further notice.Customers are advised that all available examiners will be on duty at the North Street Facility to provide vehicle, driving, and riding examinations in a timely manner. […]