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  1. #41 Re: Beijing crackdown, June 2013 
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    totally agree.
    Enforcing of the no talking on the cell phone whilst driving would greatly make the traffic better.

    Common sense, and sense of community would be amazing, but we can't have everything. This will slowly come. But cracking down on motorbikes is ridiculous especially when as you say, there are so many other problems.

    When will those stupid diandong che's be cracked down on? i dno't think ive ever once seen them obeying traffic laws..
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    Most of the problems are these campaigns take place because of the number of stolen bikes. This is why when pulled over and with valid documentation the majority of the time police just ask about my bike or chat and let me go.. In Dali they ask where I live and when I tell them the neighbourhood.... They don't even look at my valid paper work.
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    Last week west of Beijing on the roads round 慕田峪长城 Mutianyu , we saw a check point that seem'd to be checking cars and bikes....it was in the mountains. On the way back two sport bikes were pulled and a little distance was a tow truck.....didn't see the event or the results.
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    I guess that was all in relation to that coming APEC meeting at YanQi lake.
    For that time they even start to regulate the city traffic as one day odd another day even numbers.
    I wouldn't be surprised to hear about a total grounding of all motorcycles during this period.
    They are simply too paranoid.
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    On a related note; I read on a Ch!nese MC forum that the Hefei CBD MC ban trial (Jul-Sept) was a success and is now a permanent ban - so another city (Hefei) becomes another 'dry' city with a complete MC ban. In the post I read that any rider caught on a MC within the banned area will be subject to CNY200 fine and 12 points! Meanwhile any rider caught on a MC without a MC DL (D or E class) will be subject to a fine, bike confiscation and mandatory 15 day detention.
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