The Bulgarian Traffic Police and all the institutions responsible for road security have increased their monitoring work mainly on transit roads in the country during the summer period.
Police officials stated that the controls on the Thracian Highway, which forms part of the “Sella Road” and extends to Kapikole, will continue intensively during the summer period without interruption.
In addition to the traffic police personnel, officials of various institutions such as the Customs Authority, General Directorate of Highways, National Revenue Agency and State Traffic Security Directorate participate in the teams deployed at various points throughout the country.
Caravan crossings create problems
The Director of Traffic Security of the Sofia Region Police Department, Georgy Gesev, made a statement to the AA reporter at the checkpoint on the Thracian Highway, near the city of Plovdiv in the southeast of the country.
The greatest danger on the way to Sila, said Gegev, was the crossings in the caravan.
Pointing out that traffic increases during the active summer period, Gecev said, “We ask Turkish drivers transiting from Bulgaria or coming to our holiday centers not to travel in caravans.” He said.
Pointing out that speed limits in Bulgaria and compliance with other rules are subject to inspection on all highways, Gesev said, “Drivers are required to follow instructions given by the police. Drivers will be checked for first aid kit, seat belts, fire extinguisher, alcohol and drugs when they turn over.” Use the ferry .
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