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Thursday, March 4, 2021

Police announces massive traffic compliance checking

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Press release

The office of the Inspector General of Police hereby informs the General Public that, beginning Monday 1st July 2019, it will conduct operations to scrutinize drivers’ license, number plates and other motor vehicle requirements to ensure compliance with the Motor Traffic Act and Regulations.

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Accordingly, all drivers are urged to carry along their drivers’ license when driving to avoid unnecessary delay at various check points.

Equally, vehicle owners and drivers are hereby reminded to never permit individuals without prescribed categories of licenses to drive their vehicles as that amounts to an offense under the Traffic Laws and Regulations.

Similarly, vehicles registered with private number plates and are currently used for commercial purposes are strictly warned to desist from such practices as any driver found wanting will be dealt with according to law.

In this regard, the office of the Inspector General of Police solicits the cooperation of all drivers to ensure safety on our roads.

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