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Traffic regulations ammended

12 November 2012, 16:12

Nairobi - Transport Minister Amos Kimunya has warned that the government may consider imposing more stringent traffic regulations should the amended Traffic Act fail to deter reckless drivers.

Daily Nation reports that the Traffic Act - which outlines Kenya's most severe traffic regulations - will become operational December 1, 2012.

Under the new laws, all drivers of public service vehicles and commercial ones will be required to undergo physical fitness, eye and hearing testing after every three years to qualify for a renewal of their driving licenses.

- For more visit Daily Nation


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