The Civil Guard intercepts a tourism making an unauthorized trip and whose cargo completely occupied the interior of the vehicle
The interior of the vehicle was full of belongings, bags, backpacks, suitcases and packaging, constituting a serious risk for his own safety
In addition, the driver had the intention of moving to the Galician coast, coming from the center of the peninsula, contravening the mobility restrictions of the state of alarm
The Civil Guard, within the framework of the controls that it has been carrying out to guarantee compliance with the restrictions on mobility, has intercepted a tourism whose cargo completely occupied the interior of the vehicle.
In the framework of the actions carried out to verify compliance with the restrictions during the state of alarm, one of the patrols that formed part of the device established at kilometer 507 (Madrid direction) of the A-6 motorway, observed how A tourism circulated in A Coruña, clearly appreciating that the cabin intended for the transport of people was full of bags and other belongings.
The civil guards then immediately made a U-turn and tried to locate the vehicle, intercepting it at kilometer 517 of the A-6. At that time the agents found that except in the space reserved for the driver, the interior of the vehicle was full of belongings, bags, backpacks, suitcases and packaging. The quantity and distribution of all this constituted a serious risk for road safety, by compromising the integrity of its driver and sole occupant, limiting its own freedom of movement and preventing the proper use of rear-view mirrors, as well as the vehicle's own stability .
He then proceeded to make a complaint for alleged infringement of the General Traffic Regulations, and he was helped to transfer the load to another vehicle so that both could circulate without violating the applicable regulations and without risk to their safety.
In addition, the Civil Guard agents learned of the intention of the driver to move to the Galician coast, coming from the center of the peninsula, a trip for which she had acquired the car in which she was traveling. For these facts, it was denounced again for not complying with the restrictions on movement established during the current state of alarm, as the alleged reasons are not among the exceptions provided.
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