Federal Road Safety Corps, Nasarawa Sector Command, has urged drivers to rest after four hours of driving.
Mrs Faustina Alegbe, the state sector commander, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lafia on Wednesday that the move would prevent fatigue and accidents on the roads.
Alegbe asked drivers to take a minimum of 15 minutes after every four hours of driving to relax and energise themselves.
“I want to use this medium to advise drivers to endeavour to take a break after every four hours of driving. At least, drivers should take a minimum of 15 minutes rest before continuing driving.
“The time will afford them the opportunity to rest and assess their driving. The drivers can also use the 15-minute rest period to check the vehicle. Read more