Recently, the “Road Traffic Safety Regulations of Nanning” (hereinafter referred to as the “Regulations”) was officially implemented. The “Regulations” makes clear provisions for electric bicycles, urban project transport vehicles and so on. This is the first time that Nanning has legislation on road traffic safety. In view of the contents of the “Regulations”, the public has many questions. The following will provide detailed answers to some hot issues.
Electric bicycle drivers can use Bluetooth headset to make or receive calls.
Article 32 of the “Regulations”: the person driving electric bicycles or disabled motor wheelchairs shall not engage in the following acts: (1) using communication tools in a hand-held manner, driving without holding on to the handlebars, holding objects in the hands, hanging objects on the handlebars, smoking, eating and other behaviors that impede safe driving; (2) throwing objects on the road.
Interpretation: People who drive motor vehicles are not allowed to use mobile phones. The “Regulations” also carries out refined management on people who drive electric vehicles. The behavior of “using communication tools in a hand-held manner” is forbidden, which suggests that you can wear a Bluetooth headset to make or receive calls.
The dump truck driver is directly fined 6 points if he is speeding.
Article 20 of the “Regulations”: within the urban and town-built areas, motor vehicles carrying construction materials such as muck, sand and stone or construction waste shall pass at a speed not exceeding 40 kilometers per hour in accordance with the time and route formulated by the relevant departments.
Interpretation: Compared with the original regulations, the most obvious difference in the management of the “dump truck” is the speed of the car. Previously, there was no regulation on the speed of the dump truck, but now the speed should not exceed 40 kilometers per hour. In the past few years, most of the traffic accidents related to dump trucks in Nanning were connected with the over-speeding of dump trucks. Another problem is overloading. However, after last year’s action of “Making Our Blue Skies Again”, this issue has already been improved.