The Federal and Brussels police speed-tested nearly 9,000 vehicles on Saturday; at least 864 were going too fast.
Around fifty police officers were part of an Integrated Police Action (Fipa), which took place in Brussels on Saturday, between 8am and 6pm. As well as fixed radars, the law enforcement teams set up mobile radars in 25 places in the capital. They also checked vehicle documents and performed breathalyzer tests.
The mobile radars on their own flashed 864 drivers who were speeding: the rest of the results will be known on Monday.
Apart from a driver who was ended up in court after being flashed twice as well as testing positive for alcohol, “the action went well”, according to a police spokesman.
Sarah Johansson (Source: Belga)