The yuletide is just around the corner and Ghanaians will be travelling to join family members in other parts of the country to celebrate the occasion.
As has been observed over the years, the celebration which is supposed to be a joyous one often turns sour, especially for families who lose relatives through road traffic crashes, most of which could have been prevented with a little carefulness on the part of drivers and other road users.
As we prepare to celebrate the festival this year, DVLA wishes to advise all drivers to voluntarily check the braking and lighting systems as well as the tyres of their vehicles, among others, in order to help prevent road traffic fatalities.
DVLA, similarly, advises all road users- drivers, pedestrians etc to exercise a lot of caution when using the road. It is only when we play our individual roles as expected of us that we can prevent unnecessary road traffic crashes and enjoy an accident-free celebration.
DVLA wishes all Ghanaians a very happy Christmas and a prosperous 2017
DVLA: Your Safety, our Concern