Safety organisations and police fear a rapid rise in riders’ injuries and deaths after seeing up to 50,000 motorbikes a weekend on Welsh roads after lockdown ended.
It is thought to be a reaction against cuts to public transport and the rising costs of using cars, trains or buses.
Police have towed away cars illegally parked in Snowdonia while owners went into the mountains.
Civil enforcement officers have also slapped fixed penalty notices on others after warnings about clearing congestion on the Snowdonia roads which threated to block access to emergency vehicles last week.
Thousands of drivers and vehicle owners have been hit by a backlog of document processing at the DVLA, Swansea.
Social distancing legislation means the hundreds of staff have been distributed throughout the Morriston towerblock with some IT staff working from homes to ease the space pressure and the Government agency recommends users go o-line to overcome issues where-ever possible.