In the accident rate and road inspection report, the National Road Safety Authority (ANSR) reports that the authorities inspected, between January and February, 69.9 million vehicles and detected 592,948 infractions, which represents an increase of 19.7% compared to the same period of the previous year.

According to ANSR, in the first six months of the year, there were increases in the various types of infractions, particularly those relating to speeding (39.2%), infractions for not having a child seat (30.8%), due to lack of insurance (17.8%), lack of mandatory periodic inspection (12.2%), alcohol (10.6%), and lack of seat belts (8%).

From the table provided by ANSR, the only fine that registered a decrease in the first half of the year was that of administrative offenses for using a cell phone while driving, which fell by 2.8%, from 11,609 to 11,280, reversing a situation of increases.