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‘Operation Number Plates Verification’ begins in Plateau: FRSC

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The Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC), Plateau State Sector Command, says it has commenced “Operation Number Plates Verification” in the state.

The Guardian reports Route Commander Andrew Bala, Spokesman of the Plateau Command, in a statement, said the operation would be carried out in conjunction with sister agencies.

Bala stated: “This follows the directive of FRSC National Headquarters on enforcement of new vehicle number plates, as resolved by the Joint Tax Board (JTB) at its 144th meeting held 28th October, 2019.

According to him, the resolution “directs the enforcement of the new Vehicle Number plates with effect from 01 January, 2020.

“This is pursuant to regulation 2-10, 36-41 and 73 of the National Road Traffic Regulations (NRTR) 2012 on vehicle registration and database.

“Consequently, the FRSC, Plateau Sector Command wishes to inform the general public and owners of vehicles that it has commenced “Operation Number Plate Verification” in conjunction with sister agencies,” he said.

Road users and vehicle owners in the state are advised to process and ensure proper registration of their vehicles, he said.

The Route Commander advised them to do so at the Plateau State Internal Revenue Services, Motor Licencing Office, in Jos.

He also called for cooperation from members of the public and motorists, as the exercise was aimed at creating safe motoring environment for all.

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