Home Affairs Minister Robeson Benn says traffic officers need to increase the rate of ticketing for errant drivers on the roadways. The Home Affairs Minister was on Monday evening addressing the launch of ‘The Right Turn’ Road Safety Magazine Volume II and the official website of the Guyana National Road Safety Council (GNRSC).
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Passengers Protest, Disembark Bus of Reckless Driver
Minibus accidents are frequent in Guyana, and it is largely due to reckless drivers, coupled with the complacency of the passengers who allow them to drive as they please. However, here is one case where all the passengers “held one head” and demanded their rights to safe travel – thus making Guyana’s roadways a tad pit safer. These passengers need to be praised for their heroic act as they have potentially saved the lives of countless people – and themselves.
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