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OPS, MTO conduct vehicle inspections in east end

A total of 45 vehicles were inspected, 17 charges were laid while nine vehicles were taken off the road. 
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Ottawa Police Service vehicle. File photo

The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) Traffic Unit , along with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO), laid several charges and removed nine vehicles off the road after conducting a vehicle inspection blitz and and inspections by appointment in two areas in Ottawa's east end on Aug. 18. 

The OPS Traffic Unit and the MTO conducted an inspections by appointment of tow trucks on Trim Road and an inspections blitz on commercial vehicles at the Navan Arena. 

A total of 45 vehicles were inspected, 17 charges were laid while nine vehicles were taken off the road. 

Charges were laid for improper licences, overweight vehicles, load security, defective brakes, daily inspections, missing emission equipment, expired annual inspections, driving with major defects and dangerous goods charge. 

 

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