More surveillance on secondary roads

THE DGT traffic authority has launched a new surveillance campaign on secondary roads in Malaga province.

Of the 22 people who have died on Malaga’s roads so far this year, 70 per cent did so in accidents on secondary roads, the DGT reported, which has led it to increase surveillance on this type of road.

Spot checks have been planned to test for alcohol and drugs, announced provincial DGT leader Trinidad Hernandez.

Hernandez has urged drivers to keep their vehicles in good condition and drive carefully, and stressed that speeding is the main cause of accidents on this type of road.

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