29 road crashes occurred in Oyo State in April.
The Sector Commander, Godwin Ogagaoghene, said that 29 road traffic accidents were recorded during the period.
He said 236 persons were involved in the accidents while 119 had various degrees of injuries.
The FRSC boss attributed the crashes to reckless driving and over-speeding, saying most of the victims disregarded traffic rules and regulations.
He, however, said that there was a gradual reduction in the number of recalcitrant drivers, adding that many had seen the need to obey traffic rules.
“We are getting positive results from our campaigns as more motorists, especially the commercial drivers, have started imbibing a ‘safety first’ approach in carrying out their operations,” he said.
Mr. Ogagaoghene also backed the commission’s initiative of having speed limiters installed in convoys and commercial vehicles to check over-speeding.
“It is a very good move; however, we need to be able to measure its efficacy based on our attitudinal peculiarities and differences.
“We sometimes have this habit of ignoring alarm signals and even some people’s engine noise can override the sounds of the alarm.
“I would rather have us institutionalise mental speed limiters in drivers which will give us far better results than the physical ones,” he said.
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