Stella Dimoko FRSC To Begin Speed Limit Enforcement Today


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Wednesday, February 01, 2017

FRSC To Begin Speed Limit Enforcement Today

The Federal Road Safety Corps will commence full enforcement of installation of speed limiting device in commercial vehicles nationwide as from today February 1,2017.

Those of you who drive like you are in a James Bond movie,please watch out.


  1. Wooow this is a very great news oo. Will really help curtail all these accidents at least. Nice one from FG!

  2. Replies
    1. PG18
      Bad newz, it is on every car manual that u dont add or remove anything on ur car.if you do oyo is ur case, them wan use stupid mechanic spoil peolple cars abi? Every road has a design if them put not more than 100km/hr on my car and i do 90km/hr on a residential i over speeding? U dont fix on cars you buy and stand by the road to monitor those not obaying road design speeds.

    2. They said speed limit not when your limit is 100 and you are going 90. Nothing will happen in that case and stop doing over Sabi with that your jalopy rat infested car

  3. Better.
    Happy new month to u all, May all our prayers be answered in jesus name.

  4. Good it's for commercial vehicles alone .I can't imagine not running up to 180km/h or more while going home for Xmas, a very long journey and d adrenal rush of overtaking every single vehicle along d way.

    1. Lmaooooooo! Funny character you IS aswear. Always making me laff. It might get to us too when they are done with the commercials you know. It's a good invention. I so love!

  5. Potholes is already doing the job but anyway, thanks FRSC at least with this we would make us safe.

    Speed limit + bad roads= torture.

  6. Stella this is for commercial vehicles and not private...and all it will lead to is extortion by the police / frsc / sss etc...

  7. *stiffles laugh*
    In this naija?

  8. They want to enforce speed limits abi? On which roads? Nigerian roads? They shouldn't bother. The bad nature of our roads are already speed limiting.

  9. ruky odogu agogbuo1 February 2017 at 10:03

    Welcome development, kudos to the authorities. Hope its not another way for VIO, FRSC and Co to make money. Hmmmm

    Ol jisike


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