38 C
Kuwait City
June 6, 2020
Home » Motorists use t-shirts to avoid strict seatbelt laws – News

Motorists use t-shirts to avoid strict seatbelt laws – News

Source link

It has a seatbelt design printed on it.

Police in Spain have tweeted out against a new fad of wearing t-shirts emblazoned with a seatbelt design to avoid fines.

The Spanish Civil Guard tweeted: “If they don’t catch you with your anti-fine t-shirt you might avoid getting a ticket but will it save your life in an accident? The real seat belt has saved many lives.”

According to The Times, the shirts show either a belt or a simple diagonal line across the chest and are sold for around 10 euros. The fine for not buckling up is around 200 euros.

A blurb on one of the websites that sell these shirts reads “The fake seat belt shirt won’t protect your life but it’ll keep the fuzz from issuing you a ticket.”

Many angry motorists have responded to the trend, saying that those wearing such shirts should be fined. Nearly a quarter of drivers killed in accidents were not wearing seatbelts, according to the Civil Guard.

Click here to read more news from @khaleejtimes

Related posts

Covid-19 news bulletin from UAE: 294 new cases announced; permit needed to leave house; no visa violation fines; avoid fines, use these roads; intercity bus services suspended – News


Arab League meetings on media’s role in combating terrorism – News


UAE police find Indian man still alive after hanging from ceiling – News


This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Please spend a minute

Gulflance Poll

Which is worst social media?
Vote Now

You're currently offline