OPP lay hundreds of charges in safe trucking blitz


Ontario Provincial Police say they laid over 1,800 charges during their recent enforcement blitz.

OPP say close to 3,500 vehicles were stopped for Operation Safe Trucking, which ran from Dec. 11-15.

Police laid 223 distracted driving, charges, 336 speeding charges and 111 charges of following too closely.

Officers also took 71 unsafe vehicles off the road.


Commenting Guidelines

  • Comments are open for 2 days only after publication of article
  • All comments subject to approval
    • Comments must be constructive and a minimum of 5 words
    • Please do not submit multiple identical comments
    • Personal attacks will not be posted
    • We reserve the right to edit submissions for spelling, grammar, and language
  • CH-CHing! points will be awarded upon submission, however comments will not appear live until they have been approved
  • During the approval process, we reserve the right to withdraw CH-CHing! points awarded to you for comments that do not meet the above guidelines


philostine says:

good work by police – well done

Sandra says:

Unfortunately some Companies and us individuals need a little push sometimes.