LUXEMBOURG – DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE – SERIES OF CONTROLS

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keywords: driving under the influence, dui, drinking and driving, road safety, grand ducal police, luxembourg. After the recent series of driving licenses withdrawals for driving under the influence (alcohol), on request of the State Prosecutor, the Grand-Ducal Police carried out a large-scale control operation on the night of 18 to 19 July 2017. In the Gilsdorf, Diekirch and Erpeldange / CR351 checks, 271 motorists were subjected to summary breath examination, even in the absence of any serious evidence, in 18 cases the examination was positive (means 7% of offending drivers) and…

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POLICE LUXEMBOURG – DRIVER OVER 150KM/H ON MAIN ROAD

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keywords: speeding, road safety, grand ducale police, luxembourg. The Grand Ducal Police arrested yesterday afternoon a motorist on the N11 from Michelshof to Echternach measured at a speed of 152 km/h instead of the authorized 90 km/h. A criminal proceeding was opened against him and his driver’s license was taken. The Police multiplied the alcohol-driving controls and suspended several driving licenses for the only day of yesterday in Esch-sur-Alzette, Capellen, Sandweiler and Uebersyren. Share this page with:

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HEALTH LUXEMBOURG – DRINK LESS ALCOHOL IS BETTER

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keywords: alcohol consumption, health, prevention campaign, luxembourg. Alcohol use can be addictive, but health risks (cardiovascular disease, liver cirrhosis, cancers and mental disorders) and collateral damage to the consumer’s environment (accidents, violence, trauma, etc.) are often ignored. Based on this observation, the Ministry of Health initiated the national action week entitled “Alcohol? Less is better! ” from May 14 to May 21, campaign simultaneously conducted in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. This week’s objective is to raise awareness of excessive alcohol consumption risks by reminding the problems and consumption thresholds from…

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