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Old 29-10-2009, 08:13 PM   #29
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Yesterday, October 28, 2009 was approved in Brazil, the law that requires all cars to have a national identification chip with data from the car. These data will be read by a network of antennas installed in streets, avenues and highways. The driver who does not have the chip installed will be committing a serious offense, a fine, currently R $ 125.69 and recording five points in the drivers' license. The vehicle must also be withheld until the installation of equipment.
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