Denpasar traffic authorities are once again trying to bring order to the four-wheeled vehicles operating in Bali’s capital.
Local transportation officials commenced a bold new step of locking the wheels of four-wheeled vehicles parked illegally along major roadways in the city. Trucks parked in no parking zones along Jalan Kargo and Jalan Mahendradatta saw their tired locked pm April 25, 2012.
Radar Bali also reports how a vehicle parked on the sidewalk on Jalan Gatsu next to the Pizza Hunt Restaurant.
City-parking officials said the wheel-lock program is needed to improve parking conditions and to educate people to obey traffic rules.
When the owners of the illegally parked vehicles return, the locks are removed only after the driver surrenders his driver’s license and vehicle registration, which can be retrieved when the driver settles a fine with the traffic court.
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