Charlottetown Police Services conducted road side vehicle checks on July 3rd with a focus on motorcycles and impaired drivers. Officers set up check points throughout the city.
The checks were specific to proper registration, insurance and drivers licenses and also included the inspection of exhaust systems that are louder (typically custom/modified) than the legal factory installed systems.
Over 50 motorcycles were checked. Two tickets were issued, one for having a suspended drivers license and the other was for not having the proper class drivers license. Several warning tickets were also issued.