'Speed limiting devices will reduce accidents by 70%, annually', FRSC predicts

The use of speed limiting devices is expected to reduce, at least 70percent of road traffic crashes, every year.

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According to Mr Adegoke Adetunji, the Ogun state FRSC Sector Commander, the use of devices could accidents by 70percent, annually, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

Speaking at an awareness campaign and stakeholders forum, themed: ''Speed Limiter- A Nostrum for Road Traffic Crash Reduction in Nigeria'', he called on Nigerians to embrace these devices.

'No nation can attain sustainable development by continuously losing its future leaders to road crashes.

The higher the speed of a vehicle, the higher its chances or propensity to crash,'' he stressed.

He was supported by Mr Tunde Adesanya, the Chief Marketing Officer of Megatracker Speedlimiter, sponsors of the event.

Adesanya stressed the importance of the devices by saying that it ensures sanity on the roads.

''The more we encourage people to embrace the policy, the more lives would be saved from crashes,''he said.

The installation of these devices is set to commence soon.

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