Mens dripping car saw the car on the spot foolish eye dripping company was fined 18,000

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 Mens dripping car saw the car on the spot foolish eye dripping company was fined 18,000


When dripping a car,

I got the same car as my license plate!

Lately,

Mr. Zeng has encountered such a bad thing.

After discovering the deck,

Mr. Zeng rushed to the police for help.

Last,

The suspects car was seized.

Dripping Quanzhou Branch was fined 18,000 yuan.

Not long ago, Mr. Zeng, who lives in Zishan Town, Huian County, Quanzhou, Fujian Province, called the police and said that he caught an online taxi registered with his family license plate when he took a taxi on the drip platform software. The police of Zishan Police Station went out to investigate and found out that Mr. Zeng was hitching a taxi in a district of Huian County through drip platform software. On the way to Youyuan Village of Zishan Town by car, Mr. Zeng unexpectedly found that the license plate number of Fujian CQxxxxW was actually a family license plate. He suspected that someone had falsely used registration.

Subsequently, the police transferred the police situation to the squadron directly under the traffic comprehensive administrative law enforcement brigade of Huian County for further processing. After investigation, law enforcement officers found that the driver of the Min D0xxxW minicar, Shangguan Moufei (male, 28 years old, from Anxi County, Quanzhou), had handled the Network Reservation Taxi Drivers License, but could not provide the Network Reservation Taxi Transport Certificate of the Min D0xxxxW minicar, nor the Network Reservation Taxi Transport Certificate of the Min CQxxxxxW minicar.

Finally, according to the relevant provisions of Fujian Road Transport Regulations, law enforcement officers temporarily detain Min D0xxxW minicar according to law, and impose a fine of 18,000 yuan on Quanzhou Branch of Drop Travel Technology Co., Ltd. according to law, and order the Drop Platform to correct the illegal use of registered network vehicles.

Source: responsible editor of Southeast Morning Post: Yang Yi_NBJ10647