They record VOX deputy and candidate in Andalusia traveling in the back seat of a car without seat belts
Minutes after learning of the decision of the Electoral Board of Grenada to support the candidacy of macarena olona as the head of the list Vocal As for Granada, Alicante’s deputy sparked controversy by publishing a video on Twitter that revealed serious traffic offense committed by himself. In the video, which lasts only five seconds, Olona is seen traveling in the back seat of a car without using regulation seat beltAn offense which is considered a serious offense as per the General Traffic Regulations (RGC), and is sanctioned with a €200 fine,
Video in which Olona takes off her sunglasses to gaze at the camera while the song is playing in the background ‘slomo’ Published by the channel, by Macarena Olona’s fan account (‘Macarena Olona Fan Account’) and retweeted by himself on his Twitter account. The recording, which is accompanied by a brief message of the politics of Alicante (“The Macarenazo is coming”), has been their way of celebrating the decision of the electoral board of Granada. support your candidacy As the head of the VOX list for Grenada, confirming Registration at Salobria Town Hall,
The tweet featuring a video of Olona without a seat belt has sparked a reaction from thousands of internet users. Many have made traffic violations ugly for the 43-year-old state lawyer and politician, while some He has demanded a report from the Civil Guard and DGT. For not using seat belt. They say to sanction it with the respective fine of 200 euros.
according to Article 117 of RGC“The drivers and occupants of the vehicles shall be Required to use, duly fastenedApproved seat belts in both urban and interurban traffic.” “The lack of installation and non-use of seat belts and other approved child restraint systems will be considered. serious or very serious offense“, adds the same article.
At the end DGT Campaign The use of the belt, carried out between April 4 and 10, was monitored by agents of the Civil Guard’s Traffic Group (ATGC) and the local and regional police involved in the operation. 4,607 offenses of drivers or passengers not wearing seat belts. Nearly half of the reported offenders were Passengers (2,115)of which 1,101 were traveling in the front seats and 1,014 in the rear seats,
DGT constantly reminds that the belt is Required in rear seats too, since in the event of a frontal impact, for example, the chance of fatally colliding with another passenger in those seats may be 8 times greater. Without seat belts and at 80 km/h, the rear passengers have no way of catching up and are presented against the front With a force equivalent to hitting a 1,200 kg ball at a speed of 10 km/h, which could kill or seriously injure people in the front seat.
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