“Freedom convoy” in Quebec: the SPVQ ready to tow vehicles from 5 p.m.

After having issued a first warning in the morning, the Service de police de la Ville de Québec (SPVQ) warned on Twitter that from Sunday, 5 p.m., “any vehicle immobilized in a prohibited place is liable to a fine and even of towing in order to avoid the continuation of the offence’.

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On the other hand, the Quebec police took stock of the situation for the night of Saturday to Sunday. In all, there were 15 statements of offense under the Highway Safety Code. This can include the nuisance horns, it has been reported.

Also, seven statements of offense were recorded under various municipal by-laws, such as insulting a peace officer or causing disorder in a public place.

Furthermore, 17 tickets were issued for vehicles parked in prohibited places. On the other hand, a person was arrested because he was the subject of an arrest warrant.



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