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No flouting new traffic ticketing system

KINGSTON — Traffic chief, Senior Superintendent of Police Radcliffe Lewis yesterday sounded a warning to motorists whom he says “think they can flout the new traffic ticketing system”.

Lewis issued the caution as he lauded his team for securing some $20 million in outstanding fines between September 2010 and the beginning of this September in the Corporate Area. Nine-hundred-and-eighty-five people were also arrested for various traffic offences during the period, he said.

“Some people think they can get away like they did with the old system but that is not so,” warned the tough talking Lewis.

“Once you get that ticket it has to be paid,” he emphasised. “This new system is 99.9 per cent fool proof.” (Observer)

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