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Massive Road Worthy And Vehicle Licensing Checks Operation To Hit The Upper East Region

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dvlaThe Ghana Police Service in collaboration with the Drivers’ Vehicle License Authority (DVLA) and the National Road Safety Commission in the Upper East Region will from next week embark on a massive exercise to arrest and prosecute riders and vehicle users who have no documents such as licenses and insurance as well as those who use unregistered cars and motor bikes.

Assistant Superintendent of Police, (ASP) Daniel Kwao Teye of the Upper East Regional Motor Traffic and Transport Unit (MTTU) of the Ghana Police Service on Wednesday on A1 Radio’s ‘Day-Break Upper East’ Program said the exercise is meant to minimize road accidents in the region.

He said individuals arrested will be asked to go and get the documents they do not have and if they fail to do so, their vehicles will not be given back to them.

ASP Kwao Teye added that after a long time if they fail to show up, the seized vehicles will be auctioned to the general public. “We can not sit down and think all is well when things are going wrong, this is the reason why we are embarking on this massive operation and we shall be every corner in Bolga and nobody can escape this exercise”.

The regional manager of DVLA David Nordor cautioned riders and drivers to carry their licenses along with them wherever they go.

“From today anybody who goes out has to carry his or her licenses and documents covering the motor bike and if somebody who is using a vehicle has to make sure that he has his roadworthy intact, insurance, and licenses intact”.

“If even you are a learner driver who have come and is in the process of getting a license, you need to make sure that you carry the documents that show that you are a learner licenses holder”.

By: Joshua Asaah | A1Radioonline.com | Ghana

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