Road Safety

10 Worst Driving Habits (with Mind blowing Info-graphics)

Common sense will tell you that habits such as speeding, texting while driving and using your phone while driving are tantamount to stupidity behind the wheel. But motorists persist in indulging in these inadvisable acts. Other habits like eating and smoking at the wheel might not seem as dangerous or reckless. But they can be sufficiently distracting to cloud a ...

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Nigeria’s FRSC Set to Harmonize Offence Codes with State Traffic Management Agencies

In furtherance of the global best practices in traffic signs and signals and in the spirit of the recent capacity building workshop organized for relevant stakeholders in traffic management under the auspices of the United Nations, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) is set to harmonize the offence codes of the State Traffic Management Agencies. This was one of the ...

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Yuletide: FRSC to Deploy 1,000 Personnel on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Nigeria’s Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Ogun State, says it will deploy more than 1,000 personnel to ensure safety on the Lagos/Ibadan Expressway and respond to other emergencies during the yuletide. The Sector Commander, Mr Clement Oladele, made this known on Tuesday, during the 2017 “Ember Month” Road Safety Campaign Mega Rally held at the Asero Park in Abeokuta, ...

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Kano Pledges Support to Reduce Road Accidents

Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has pledged to support the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), in reducing road accidents in view of the increasing rate of accidents on roads. Ganduje made the pledge on Wednesday during the flag off of the 2017 `ember months campaign’ of the Corps in Kano. NAN reports that the governor was represented at the occasion ...

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Stakeholders Harp on Prompt Response as Nigeria Marks World Day of Road Crash Victims

As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to mark the 2017 World Day of Remembrance For Road Traffic Victims, road safety stakeholders emphasized the need for prompt response by first aiders to victims of road traffic crashes to enhance the possibility of survival and prospect of quick recovery. This was the consensus of the speakers during the joint press ...

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FRSC Takes Safety Campaigns to Primary Schools

The Jos Zonal Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has embarked on a child Safety campaign in primary schools in Plateau. Flagging-off the campaign at the St. Luke Primary School on Monday in Jos, the Zonal Commanding Officer, Mr Jonas Agwu, said the initiative was “timely”. According to Agwu, the rationale behind the campaign was to stem the ...

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Importance of Brake Lights

Brake lights are designed to light up automatically whenever the brakes are used. This is understandably critical to safe driving conditions because it gives drivers behind you a distinguishing warning for when your speed is about to change. Driving behind someone with broken or malfunctioning brake lights is both frustrating and dangerous because the extended delay between their change in ...

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Tips on Vehicle Tyre Checks: How to Stay Safe and Avoid Unnecessary Bills

Drivers are increasing their motoring costs as well as the risk of being involved in an incident by ignoring tyre maintenance, according to TyreSafe. The organizer of Tyre Safety Month is reminding motorists that regular tyre checks are a ‘win-win’ as they will help road users stay safe and avoid unnecessary bills. To help them, TyreSafe has drawn together a ...

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