The National Roads Safety Authority (NRSA) will on Monday, September 30 embark on a coordinated enforcement action nationwide to clamp down on the use of illegal lamps by drivers.

According to the Authority, its attention has been drawn to the use of unprescribed lamps by sections of drivers.

This is an act contrary to Regulation 65 of the Roads Traffic Regulations, 2012 (L.I.2180).

Thus, its decision to collaborate with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) and the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service.

In a press statement issued by the NRSA, such unlawful practice “exposes other road users to the threat of crashes especially at night.”

NRSA to embark on enforcement exercise to end use of illegal lamps by drivers
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During its exercise, offending drivers will be arrested and prosecuted.

Meanwhile, the National Road Safety Authority has advised drivers and vehicle owners “to voluntarily comply with the law to avoid any inconvenience.”



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