Freiburg: Focus on motorcycles – open and civil surveillance of vehicle traffic in the districts of Lörrach and Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald

The motorcycle conception of the police headquarters Freiburg sees
specific measures to combat the causes of motorcycle accidents and to combat motorcycle noise.

On Sunday, May 22nd, 2022, there were checks on the L 123 in the Wieden-Utzenfeld area in the Lörrach district and on the B 500 in the Schluchsee area in the Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald district. One focus was on monitoring the maximum permissible speeds. Civilian vehicles with built-in video measuring technology and hand-held laser measuring devices were used. A total of eleven significant speeding violations were recorded in both counties
at least 21 km/h documented and reported by drivers and motorcyclists. Two reported motorcyclists must expect driving bans. One had been measured on the L 123 at 146 km/h at the permitted 70 km/h.

A total of 181 motorcyclists and 27 drivers were checked holistically on this day. More than 20 noise level measurements were carried out, in three the measurements were above the permitted limit and tolerance values. In addition to administrative offense reports due to expired operating licenses, overtaking violations, worn tires and other technical defects were also reported
brought. In one case, a rear tire was worn down to the carcass (see attached picture), in two cases open clutch housings were installed on the motorcycles. Numerous warnings were issued.

The measures within the framework of this motorcycle concept will be continued throughout the area of ​​responsibility of the police headquarters until October.

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