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OneGlove: Beyond speed and limits | Urban Tales
Indonesia’s fairly strict traffic laws cover almost all dos, don’ts and details punishments for violations, but many still disregard the law so long as the police aren’t present. With a new system implemented by the National Police, drivers may encounter less traffic police, but will not escape the law. The new Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement or ETLE system has been on trial since November 1st, on Sudirman and MH Thamrin, in Central Jakarta.
(The Jakarta Post/Wendee Widiantini)