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Sunday, July 21, 2019

FRSC Cautions Motorists Against Purchasing Fairly-Used Tyres

"Fairly used tyres are cheaper, but you cannot use them for more than six months without them being expired and worn out, new tyres may be more expensive but are safer, safety must never be compromised

116 SON Drivers Undergo NITT Safe Driving Course

One of the participants of the training exercise, Mr Daniel Audu, praised the SON for the opportunity afforded them, saying that himself and all the other trainees were hugely impacted by the exercise which in the Lagos Study Centre as well as Zaria, the NIIT's headquarters.

Lagos Records 49 Fatalities, 264 Road Traffic Accidents In 6 Months

He also revealed that 25,344 offenders were apprehended for various traffic offences like overloading, driving without seat belts among other offences.

Senator Laments Road Crashes On Abuja-Kaduna-Kano Expressway

“Drivers plying the road don’t care to obey traffic signs at diversion areas and as a result leads to accidents. If road users obey signs, it will minimize accidents.

FRSC Impose Safety Standards On Articulated Vehicles

Oyeyemi concluded by saying that some of the defaults the FRSC was on the look-out for were, tyre violation, latching of loads, failure to put speed limiting devices, number plate violation, driver’s licences, overloading, as well as others.

4 Dead, Many Injured In Lagos Container Accident

“many people were injured too. I don’t know how many were injured but about six people have been rushed to the hospital."

Nigeria Highway Code: ​ Road Signs, Signals, and Markings

  It is baffling to know that majority of the road users in Nigeria lack adequate knowledge of the roads they ply daily. And one mistake often made is that we have all seeded the effective utility of the roads to only vehicle drivers, whereas, the road is meant for all, pedestrians and animals, inclusive. Haven established that, if there is...

76 Traffic Safety Advocates Undergo Training In Abuja

The Executive Director of the NGO, Mr Simon Obi, explained that the purpose of the training was to check the economic losses caused by incessant

Gombe Motorcycle Crashes: 7 Dead, 66 Others Injured

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“Twenty-five motorcycle and two tricycle accidents were recorded between April and June involving 177 people; 92 cases of

Tanker Tumbles On Lagos – Ibadan Expressway, Four Injured

The accident which happened at about 6.50 a.m saw the victims of the accident sustain burns to parts of their bodies.
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