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2,800 commercial vehicles issued tickets over speed limiting device – FRSC

It was gathered that the Corps Marshall of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Mr. Boboye Oyeyemi, has said 2800 commercial vehicles were issued tickets for the speed limiting device at the commencement of the speed limiting device across the country.

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In a statement, which was made available to the media on Sunday in Abuja, the agency said the FRSC boss expressed satisfaction with the advisory enforcement of the device aimed at reducing road accident.

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The statement read: “2,800 commercial vehicles were issued tickets for speed limiting device on take-off.

“The Corps Marshal today expresses satisfaction with the advisory enforcement of speed limiting device nationwide, as 2,800 commercial vehicles were issued tickets on take-off.”

Oyeyemi, according to the statement, said the enforcement was not to inflict pain on motorists and road users, but rather for commercial vehicle owners to voluntarily imbibe the culture of its usage and key in to it.

6 Comments on 2,800 commercial vehicles issued tickets over speed limiting device – FRSC

  1. A very welcome development

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  2. I think this will reduce the roads accident

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  3. Good move

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  4. Pulin Pulin // October 3, 2016 at 8:46 am // Reply

    Is ok

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  5. I hope u people have the machine use in reading speed limit at all?

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  6. Bad roads is the leading cause of accidents in Nigeria
    Where are the roads to run excess speeed sef?
    Road safety is just useless. So many things to do , it is the most unimportant they will focus on just to reap moni from motorist
    Not their fault bcos we allow them

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