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At a Glance
    2017-September-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Unhandled violations

IN an action Tuesday, Shenzhen police captured 63 heavy vehicles, in four categories such as long-distance buses, tourism buses, school buses and trucks carrying dangerous chemicals, which had failed to handle their violations within 45 days.

According to the related rule, drivers of heavy vehicles who fail to handle violations within 45 days will be fined 1,000 yuan (US$153) and have three penalty points added to their driver’s licenses. The fine will be doubled to 2,000 yuan on the third violation within a year.

There were 1,704 heavy vehicles in the city that had failed to handle violations within the designated time period as of the end of August. By Monday, there were still 160 such vehicles and 63 of them were captured by cameras as they ran on the road.

ID-based tickets

SHEKOU Prince Bay Cruise Homeport will implement ID-based liner tickets starting Oct. 1. Ticket buyers can use their ID cards, passports, travel permits to Hong Kong and Macao, or permits to Taiwan to purchase tickets. They need to register their information when they purchase tickets through WeChat or the homeport’s website, or provide their ID if they make their purchase at the ticket counters, according to the homeport.

Mooncake den raided

LONGGANG police busted two warehouses of a food company where 1,243 packages of mooncakes, which infringed on the rights of brand-name mooncake producers, were being stored.

A total of 15 people were arrested by Longgang police in the action Monday night.

The suspects, identified as Zhuang and Zeng, and their other relatives would make the mooncakes in Shantou and transport them to Shenzhen for packaging. They planned to sell the mooncakes online for 85 yuan per package.

The case is still under investigation.

 

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