The Vehicle Inspection Unit officials have been tasked to ensure that only roadworthy vehicles are allowed on roads.
If a driver defaults, he/she can attract hefty punishments. VIO officials will check to determine if your vehicle is roadworthy.
However, Dr Joe Abah, the Director-General, Bureau of Public Service Reforms, has revealed an interesting memo that will stop drivers from being harassed unjustly.
He tweeted this circular:
Below is a picture of the memo:
The circular makes it clear that VIO officers have no business checking vehicles between 7am-9am and 4pm-6pm.
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Meanwhile, the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has posted a list of documents ever Nigerian driver must have to avoid been penalized or their vehicle been impounded.
Legit.ng compiled a full list. Your driver's license is one must have by every driver. To get one you should apply to the FRSC office, undergo a mandatory driving test and pay a token.
Watch a Legit.ng video on how to save below: