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Written by: PoliceCanDo - 9th Sep, 2014 - 10:07pm Trinidad Safety Reply
According to the current National Budget there will be a 50% increase on fines related to traffic offenses - that should be a good guide as to how to drive.
Written by: trini cars - 15th Oct, 2011 - 11:08pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Car accidents that lead to death are becoming very prevalent now. There were four deaths between yesterday and today due to car accidents. One woman was dismembered totally earlier this week. There needs to be more street patrols and tougher measures on people who both drive drunk and drive w recklessly.
Written by: JB - 18th Feb, 2011 - 11:20pm TT Crime Reply
From tomorrow if you are driving and caught holding or using a mobile phone while driving you will have to pay $1,500. If you fail to pay the fee then an additional $1,000 will be added.
Written by: JB - 25th Dec, 2010 - 11:13pm TT Crime Reply
One thing to add to this list:

* During Christmas or any holiday that there are likely to have crazy drunks on the road - do not drive, stay home.

Just today a whole family died in a car accident and as I am writing this TV6 just reported yet another death on the highways of Trinidad.
Written by: JB - 9th Oct, 2009 - 2:19am TT Crime Reply
international QUOTE (Geenie)
What does this mean?

At the start of the race there is a light (similar to a traffic light) that goes from red to amber to green. On green the race cars go. I am saying that they do not need to see a public road traffic light in the same light where as it turns green they race off.

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If you are going to a mall or supermarket and you notice that there is a space for handicapped drivers, please respect this and leave it free for the handicap drivers.

Good one, this must be one of the most ignored traffic violations in Trinidad. I have even seen security guards place cones out to block the space and people who are not disabled literally step out of their car and move it so they can park!
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