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Traffic police will go undercover in a bid to tackle illegal street motorbike racing, the HCM City Police Department has announced.

HCM City launches campaign to reduce number of outdated vehicles

The campaign to inspect and handle outdated motor vehicles in the city will take place from March 1 to June 14 this year.

“Magic eyes” - great help for traffic police officers

Lieutenant Colonel Doan Ngoc Minh Tuan, Deputy Head of the Da Nang Traffic Police Department, said the deployment of traffic cameras has eased work pressure on police officers.

Traffic police to make random inspections from May 15

Traffic police nationwide will have the right to stop any driver to check their vehicle registration certificate, driving license, vehicle insurance, certificate of technical safety and environmental protection and other vehicle documents.

Traffic accidents kill 23 on first day of Tet holiday

Thirty-one traffic accidents occurred, killing 23 and injuring 15 others on January 23 (the 29th day of the 12th lunar month), the first day of the week-long Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday.

Citizens allow to film traffic police from January 15

Citizens can now film and record traffic police officers, as long as they are not interfering with police duties, according to a new circular that took effect on Wednesday.

VN police to strengthen checks on fake number plates

The Traffic Police Department under the Ministry of Public Security has asked traffic police units across the country to strengthen inspections of automobiles using fake number plates.

Money can't buy you class

The deputy director of a real estate firm in HCM City refused to get out of his car when ordered by traffic police, saying that the vehicle cost VND5 billion (US$215,700), much more than the VND8 million monthly salary of a police officer.

Thousands of traffic violations reported in HCM City

Traffic police have dealt with thousands of violations in HCM City three days after launching a national traffic inspection.

Traffic police launch vehicle inspections nationwide

Traffic police have kick-started a nationwide campaign to inspect coaches, passenger cars, container trucks and motorbikes in an effort to prevent serious accidents.

Hanoi police tackle traffic violations

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi traffic police have proposed a plan to the Ministry of Public Security to strictly handle cases of traffic law violations.

HCM City to revive special force on crime

 VietNamNet Bridge – Police in HCM City has proposed to the Ministry of Public Security a plan to revive the special anti-burglary force to deal with robberies in the city.

Public Security Ministry proposes to arm traffic police

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Public Security has proposed to let local police use weapons given the number of people attempting to resist arrest or confrontations, especially with traffic police.

Dak Nong: Hundreds of homes lose main-road access

 More than 400 households in Nhan Co commune in the Dak R'Lap District of Dak Nong Province are complaining that their main road has been incorporated into the Nhan Co industrial complex.

HCM City traffic police get helmet cameras

 VietNamNet Bridge – The traffic police in District 7 of HCM City were recently equipped with helmet cameras that, they said, would help them catch traffic violators with clear proof.

Italy willing to train Vietnam’s traffic police

 Italy is willing to support Vietnam in training and improving professional skills for Vietnam’s traffic police force, an Italian official has said.

Police move gingerly on new law

VietNamNet Bridge – Traffic police in several northern localities say they are finding it difficult, if not impossible, to enforce a new law that imposes administrative penalties on people failing to register their ownership of used vehicles.

Drivers use radar detectors to avoid traffic police speed-guns

 VietNamNet Bridge – A 16-seat car which was travelling at a very high speed on Highway 51 in Tan Thanh district in Ba Ria - Vung Tau province suddenly reduced speed when a device sounded "beep ... beep ...."

Public car decree may save $71m

 VietNamNet Bridge – The State budget will save about VND1.5 trillion (US$71.4 million) a year if a draft decree on cutting back car purchases by Government agencies is approved.

Police struggle to identify substandard helmets

 VietNamNet Bridge – Yesterday was the first day for traffic police to start fining motorcyclists wearing sub-standard helmets as part of a National Traffic Safety Committee campaign.