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12 September 2019 → An unusual bus simulator for the first time arrives in the capital for a rally of police and H.O.G Rally Minsk

Visitors to the Minsk police rally at the closing of the H.O.G Rally Minsk 2019 motorcycle season will be able to study the capabilities of the simulator of the State Traffic Police Department of the Russian Interior Ministry, the "Minsk-Novosti" Agency correspondent was told at the State Traffic Police Ddepartment of the capital.

The action "For a Safe City - Together!" will be held on September 13 and 14 at the site near the Sports Palace (Pobediteley Ave., 4). At the Festival, they will put up police retrotechnics, organize the work of various interactive sites. Children will be able to try their hand at karaoke, do face painting, pass an exam and get their first driver’s license, as well as get acquainted with the riot police weapons and paint a real car.

"The main surprise will be the opportunity to visit a kind of training class on wheels - a specialized simulator bus of the State Traffic SafetyI Inspectorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia "School of Road Safety". There are only a few of them in the world,"  the traffic police of the capital noted.

In addition, through workshops and competitions during the event, they will emphasize the importance of observing the Traffic Rules by all its participants.


News provided by Agency "Minsk-Novosti"


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