GPF launches Road Safety Month in Reg 2 – Guyana Times
In an effort to emphasize road safety as a crucial societal concern, the Guyana Police Force (GPF), in collaboration with the Guyana National Road Safety Council (GNRSC) and the Home Affairs Ministry (MoHA), on Wednesday launched National Road Safety Month in the Region 2 township of Anna Regina.
Singh also emphasized the necessity of eliminating any complacency or compromise in the application of regulations, as he emphasised the critical role that enforcement plays in preserving the integrity of the road safety process.
He advised that since the Christmas season is approaching, people must take responsibility for their actions. He also cautioned that persons intending to drink should have a designated diver.
“The statistics reveal that a significant portion of accidents – nearly 80% – are linked to speeding. However, this term encompasses various aspects beyond merely accelerating; such as alcohol misuse, distracted driving due to texting, smoking, or even listening to loud music while in public transport,” Minister Benn posited.
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