Full implementation of speed limit devices begins in April – FRSC

Road Safety Corps marshall, Boboye Oyeyemi

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) in Itori, Ogun, says it will commence the full implementation of speed limit device in April.

The Unit Commander of FRSC in Itori, Ogun State, Ime Offiong, made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Ota, Ogun.

Mrs. Offiong explained that the commission had embarked on advisory and cautioning of commercial vehicles which do not attract any fees or bookings, saying it will end on March 31.

“We implored commercial vehicles and private vehicles to install the devices to ensure reduction of crashes on our roads,” she said.

The unit commander lamented that one of the major challenges confronting the FRSC was disobeying of traffic rules by motorists.

Mrs. Offiong advised transport owners, drivers and stakeholders to co-operate with the commission to achieve the implementation of the speed limit devices.

“As the day of the full implementation is drawing nearer, we enjoin people to comply with the full implementation of the speed limit devices,” she said. (NAN)


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  • Angry Niaja

    What is this again, yes I support speed limits, but then we have to now buy and install some device!? Is that what they are saying, if so NO, too many things to take money from the masses again, how many times did we change car number plate drivers licenses, now this. I beg No, No, No

  • uche

    MAD PEOPLE….THIS IS OUTRIGHT EXTORTION FROM THE MASSES…WE SAY NO TO THAT…..FRSC MILE2,DON T WORK AT ALL..DAY STAY BY THE THE RD SIDE AND EXTORT MONEY FROM ROAD USERS…WILE COMMERCIAL BUS DRIVER AV A SWELL TIME PARKING ON THE HIGHWAYS…CRIMINALS IN UNIFORM

  • lo

    It’s an obsolete technology. We used it in SPDC for operational cars near 20 years ago. I think one if the FRSC contractor is the one pushing fir this obsolete devices.

  • Omooba Adekunle Orafidiya

    I swear to God that nothing (I repeat, nothing) will make me install any useless device on my cars @ N36,000/car. These FRSC people need to submit themselves to psychiatric evaluation. If they want to monitor over-speeding vehicles, they’d better install radar and speed cameras as is done all over the world.

  • Uzoma

    The ordinary citizen is completely helpless in this country.