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Police in Bali are proposing a new system for bike owners who rent out their bikes to tourists on the island. The move comes as the new Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ELTE) cameras that have been installed in Denpasar, Badung, and Tabanan are flagging foreigners breaking traffic rules. However, since the rental bikes are registered …

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Bali is working to improve road safety across the island, as well as improve transportation infrastructure. From building a new toll road to installing electric car charging points ahead of the G20 summit, from awareness campaigns around the dangers of drunk driving to the police’s latest announcement of a ban on smoking while driving.  A …

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Throughout 2020, 405 people died due to motor vehicle accidents in Bali. This figure is being compared to the fatality rate of COVID-19 in 2020, which was a total of 523. According to the COVID-19 Handling Task Force, the numbers aren’t significantly different.

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Klungkung Traffic Police have confiscated 68 illegally customized motorcycles with aftermarket exhaust pipes causing excessive noise and disturbance while violating traffic laws. (Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika) The operation was initiated early November in Klungkung after continuous reports were filed by residents about loud noise produced by motorcycles with customized exhaust units. …

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