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No seat belt, no ride

Seat Belt Copy Overloading of passengers on both commercial and private transport will gradually become a thing of the past with the war on the use of seatbelts, which kicks off on Monday, September 1. In fact, owners and drivers who would be going to register their motor vehicles or renew their roadworthiness certificates whose vehicles do not have seat belts will be disappointed. This is because vehicles, whether for private or commercial purposes that do not have seat belts fixed in them, will not pass the roadworthiness test or be registered. The war on seat belts was declared few months » Read More

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