Despite the fact that the functional forces are constantly handling homemade tricycles, these vehicles are still roaming the streets of Hanoi.
Although there have been many traffic accidents in Hanoi caused by homemade tricycles carrying corrugated iron and iron, these vehicles still operate blatantly.
These vehicles operate from small alleys to major roads, rushing at any time is always a danger to pedestrians.
Recorded at Nguyen Trai Street (the section leading to the overpass of Nga Tu So, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi) within a few minutes, up to 10 homemade tricycles passed.
These vehicles range from billboards that stretch over a meter in length to bundles of sharp scaffolding. In particular, there are trucks carrying iron fences tied on three sides, weighing hundreds of pounds.
It is worth mentioning that many cars driving in defiance of regulations and going in the opposite direction have caused accidents.
Typically, on the morning of May 8, an agricultural vehicle carrying a bundle of iron nearly ten meters long traveling in the opposite direction from Vu Trong Phung Street (Thanh Xuan Trung, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi) to Nguyen Trai Street collided with a bus.
After the collision, the whole bundle of iron pierced the car’s glass and penetrated the cockpit. Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident.
The common feature of this homemade vehicle is that it uses a tractor powered by an engine, or an electric motor, without lights, without turn signals and without mirrors.
The safety receivers such as gas pedals, brakes… are poorly designed and have not been tested for safety by the authorities.
The Hanoi People’s Committee has issued many directives to strengthen the prevention and handling of rudimentary vehicles, motorcycles, 3-wheeled motor vehicles, and homemade vehicles that cause unsafety when participating in traffic.
Hanoi City Police also continuously take action to handle organizations and individuals using bulky, oversized and overloaded vehicles to violate the law on traffic order and safety. still roaming the streets.
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