21/07/2016 16h00 - Updated 21/07/2016 16h00

DMV-AM autua 32 vehicles during heavy load operation in the Industrial District

seven vehicles, between carts, mechanical horses, dumpsters and trucks were seized for having bad condition.
Photo: Divulgação/ Detran-AM
Photo: Divulgação/ Detran-AM

The agents of the Amazonas State Traffic Department (DMV-AM) They have assessed 32 drivers, on the morning of Thursday (21/07), for another edition of Operation "Heavy Load" held by the state agency to curb irregularities in heavy traffic in the city of Manaus.

seven vehicles, between carts, mechanical horses, dumpsters and trucks were seized for having bad condition (bald tires) and licensing delay. A driver was spotted headed to the National Driver's License (CNH) overcome.

"We seized a truck with several bald tires, with fully exposed rubber pieces, this type of vehicle carries a very heavy load, if a tire burst these, certainly, It would cause a serious accident where several people could come to hurt. What is missing is people realize that this is a matter of security”, He lamented the CEO of the DMV-AM, Leonel Feitoza.

Also they were caught without container locks, drivers with different category of CNH required to drive large machinery, load without coverage and inadequate mooring.

Operation, which started at 9am and went on until late morning, It was held at Avenida General Rodrigo Otavio, area south of the city, near Air Base, which concentrates much of the heavy vehicle traffic, carrying cargo for private ports Chibatão and Super Terminal.

According to the CEO of the DMV-AM, Leonel Feitoza, the fines ranging from R $ 70 and R $ 569. The seized vehicles were sent to the parking of the state transit agency, and will only be released after the attendance of the owners to remedy the identified irregularities.

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