Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Bayelsa State Command, has advised motorists to imbibe road safety culture, in order to reduce the alarming rate of accidents and deaths.
FRSC Commander in the state, Wobin Ayuba Gora, who gave the advice yesterday during a chat with journalists in his office in Yenagoa, said the carnage on our roads will continue to deplete the most productive segment of our population if certain measures are not taken.
“The motoring public should ensure that they have good wipers, good and genuine tyres that are up to date and also a good lighting system during this raining season. These are the things that come to play during this period, if they are not in order, there will be road crash. Every driver should apply common sense speed limit during heavy rain fall to avoid collision with another vehicle.
“When it is raining find a place to pack, if you cannot see two to three hundred meters away from where you are, consider that moment to be dangerous. If you must drive, you should adhere to the specified speed limit at that time. Vulnerable road users, pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists should also observe traffic rules to avoid accidents.”

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