Ruiu, Marin; Cioacă, Cezar
August 2014
Revista de Criminologie, Criminalistica si Penologie;2014, Issue 1/2, p171
Academic Journal
The tachograph is a device fitted to the motor vehicles which make a recording on a paper chart of the speeds traveled and the distances driven, together with the detailed of the driver's period of work and rest. It is most widely used in the countries of the European Union, where it is a requirement in the most largest goods and passengers carrying vehicles.


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