Saturday, April 13, 2024

The police target a 26-year-old in a very expensive routine check

It ended up being a very expensive pleasure when a 26-year-old man met the police on the Vestmotorvejen at Ringsted on Monday.

Since July 1, it has been illegal to drive around on Danish roads with nitrous oxide in the car. At least if the trip has no particular 'recognizable purpose'.

On the very same day, the first motorist fell into the police's new trap. And since several other cards are the same way.

On Thursday evening, Copenhagen's Vestegns Police received yet another motorist, a 26-year-old man from Nyborg, without any purpose but with quite a lot of laughing gas in the car. And then the stall block gained momentum.

This is stated by the Central and West Zealand Police in the dog report .

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Not only was the laughing gas seized, it also costs DKK 50,000 in fines to possess more than 2.7 kilos of gas. In that quantity, the law regards it as 'resale'.

It costs an additional DKK 10,000 to be stopped in a car in which there is nitrous oxide that is not properly secured.

As soon as a motorist cannot prove that the nitrous oxide is not to be used for business purposes, stalls waver.

However, the police will leave the stalls in place if it is a matter of nitrous oxide for cooking. For example river foam cartridges. Motorists – or others – must not buy too many of these either.

As soon as there are more than 17 grams of nitrous oxide in, for example, a car, the police must in principle crack down with a fine.

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