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Rotational Number Plate is Illegal in Nigeria- FRSC

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has declared that it is illegal to use a vehicle number plate with double features in Nigeria, as such does not emanate from the corps.

The commission made this clarification in a recent statement in reaction to a video circulating on social media which displayed a vehicle with rotational number plates.

The vehicle number plates on display are KUJ-304BV, while the other side which was automatically flipped carries a number tagged presidency with the following details, 01B-266FG.

The FRSC Ag. Corps Marshal, Dauda Ali Biu, has ordered a full investigation into the trend as FRSC does not produce a number plate with such double features,  only one number can be assigned to one vehicle and its owner at the same time 

FRSC recently placed a public notice on the mainstream media dissuading Nigerians and the Motoring Public from according regard to vehicles with unauthorized number plates as the users are not duly registered and are often with sinister motives.

The Ag. Corps Marshal is also warned  Nigerians from replicating the same as it is considered a criminal act which has its place in law.

 

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