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Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 8:06pm On Jan 29, 2019
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 8:07pm On Jan 29, 2019
A Speed Limiting Device is an electronic device fitted in a vehicle (Buses, Trucks, Vans Tankers etc) with a view of ensuring this vehicle maintains a speed limit according to the regulations of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Speed Limiting Device operate through electronic sensors and the engine's computer.
A series of sensors detect how fast the vehicle is going, then communicates that information to the engine's computer, which manages nearly all the engine's functions. Once the vehicle reach a pre-determined top speed, the computer steps in and restricts the flow of air and fuel to the engine and even the sparks that cause combustion. Either way, the vehicle will be unable to exceed the top speed as determined by the car's manufacturer.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 10:13pm On Jan 29, 2019
FOR FURTHER ENQUIRY

CONTACT US AT

OWODE ONIRIN

ALONG IKORODU ROAD

LAGOS STATE

08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 11:16pm On Jan 29, 2019
08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 2:52pm On Jan 30, 2019
FOR FURTHER ENQUIRY

CONTACT US AT

OWODE ONIRIN

ALONG IKORODU ROAD

LAGOS STATE

08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 4:19pm On Jan 30, 2019
owolabi5:
08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 8:43pm On Jan 30, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 8:51pm On Jan 30, 2019
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT SPEED LIMITING DEVICE

What does a speed limiting device do?

A speed limiting device is a mechanical, electronic or electrical device installed on a vehicle to help monitor and prevent it from exceeding the approved speed limit

Is a speed limiting device really necessary?

Yes. A speed limiting device is important in the following ways:
It helps to prevent your vehicle from exceeding the approved speed limit
It helps to lessen the risk and magnitude of accident arising from over-speeding
It helps to keep vehicle fuel consumption at an acceptable level
It helps to lessen the impact of wear and tear on motor vehicles
It reduces maintenance cost generally


Why is the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) enforcing the use of the Speed Limiting Device?

One of the major causes of road accidents is excessive speed by motorists. Such uncontrollable speed often results in avoidable accidents that claims lives and destroy properties. So to help reduce the incessant cases of accidents on our highways, the FRSC, in conjunction with other relevant agencies and stakeholders is enforcing the use of speed limiting devices by motorist in Nigeria, starting with commercial vehicles



Yes. All vehicles in Nigeria are required to install the speed limiting device. However, the FRSC wants fleet operators and commercial vehicles to commence the use of the device not later than October 1, 2016. The deadline for enforcement of the policy on private vehicles would be announced by the FRSC in due course.


Is they any penalty for non compliance with this regulatory requirements?

Yes. There are penalties for non-compliance with this regulation and this may range from outright vehicle impoundments to prosecution of the driver/vehicle owner.



How can I request for a speed limiting device?

To request for a speed limiting device, simply contact one of the licensed dealers
The dealer would inspect your vehicle and recommend the most appropriate speed limiting device for it
The device would be installed on your vehicle by the dealer or his accredited agent
Upon completion of the installation, the dealer would forward your vehicle data to the FRSC for installation certificate to be issued to you

CALL 08033539981 OR 08182880902 FOR QUICK INSTALLATION ANYWHERE IN NIGERIA
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 3:38am On Feb 01, 2019
08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 6:00am On Feb 05, 2019
Call 08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 8:06pm On Feb 05, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 2:37am On Feb 06, 2019
owolabi5:
A Speed Limiting Device is an electronic device fitted in a vehicle (Buses, Trucks, Vans Tankers etc) with a view of ensuring this vehicle maintains a speed limit according to the regulations of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Speed Limiting Device operate through electronic sensors and the engine's computer.
A series of sensors detect how fast the vehicle is going, then communicates that information to the engine's computer, which manages nearly all the engine's functions. Once the vehicle reach a pre-determined top speed, the computer steps in and restricts the flow of air and fuel to the engine and even the sparks that cause combustion. Either way, the vehicle will be unable to exceed the top speed as determined by the car's manufacturer.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 4:04pm On Feb 06, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 11:32am On Feb 07, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
owolabi5:
[/quote][quote author=owolabi5 post=75239162]Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 4:26pm On Feb 07, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 4:20am On Feb 08, 2019
FOR FURTHER ENQUIRY

CONTACT US AT

OWODE ONIRIN

ALONG IKORODU ROAD

LAGOS STATE

08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 11:10am On Feb 11, 2019
owolabi5:
Call 08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 12:06am On Feb 12, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 2:47am On Feb 13, 2019
owolabi5:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT SPEED LIMITING DEVICE

What does a speed limiting device do?

A speed limiting device is a mechanical, electronic or electrical device installed on a vehicle to help monitor and prevent it from exceeding the approved speed limit

Is a speed limiting device really necessary?

Yes. A speed limiting device is important in the following ways:
It helps to prevent your vehicle from exceeding the approved speed limit
It helps to lessen the risk and magnitude of accident arising from over-speeding
It helps to keep vehicle fuel consumption at an acceptable level
It helps to lessen the impact of wear and tear on motor vehicles
It reduces maintenance cost generally


Why is the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) enforcing the use of the Speed Limiting Device?

One of the major causes of road accidents is excessive speed by motorists. Such uncontrollable speed often results in avoidable accidents that claims lives and destroy properties. So to help reduce the incessant cases of accidents on our highways, the FRSC, in conjunction with other relevant agencies and stakeholders is enforcing the use of speed limiting devices by motorist in Nigeria, starting with commercial vehicles



Yes. All vehicles in Nigeria are required to install the speed limiting device. However, the FRSC wants fleet operators and commercial vehicles to commence the use of the device not later than October 1, 2016. The deadline for enforcement of the policy on private vehicles would be announced by the FRSC in due course.


Is they any penalty for non compliance with this regulatory requirements?

Yes. There are penalties for non-compliance with this regulation and this may range from outright vehicle impoundments to prosecution of the driver/vehicle owner.



How can I request for a speed limiting device?

To request for a speed limiting device, simply contact one of the licensed dealers
The dealer would inspect your vehicle and recommend the most appropriate speed limiting device for it
The device would be installed on your vehicle by the dealer or his accredited agent
Upon completion of the installation, the dealer would forward your vehicle data to the FRSC for installation certificate to be issued to you

CALL 08033539981 OR 08182880902 FOR QUICK INSTALLATION ANYWHERE IN NIGERIA
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 5:36pm On Feb 13, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 9:41pm On Feb 13, 2019
WhatApp No = 08182880902
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 3:29am On Feb 15, 2019
08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 6:46am On Feb 18, 2019
owolabi5:
08182880902 OR 08033539981
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owolabi5:
WhatApp No = 08182880902

quote author=owolabi5 post=75239162]Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.[/quote]
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 5:22am On Feb 21, 2019
owolabi5:
A Speed Limiting Device is an electronic device fitted in a vehicle (Buses, Trucks, Vans Tankers etc) with a view of ensuring this vehicle maintains a speed limit according to the regulations of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Speed Limiting Device operate through electronic sensors and the engine's computer.
A series of sensors detect how fast the vehicle is going, then communicates that information to the engine's computer, which manages nearly all the engine's functions. Once the vehicle reach a pre-determined top speed, the computer steps in and restricts the flow of air and fuel to the engine and even the sparks that cause combustion. Either way, the vehicle will be unable to exceed the top speed as determined by the car's manufacturer.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 10:51pm On Feb 21, 2019
owolabi5:
FOR FURTHER ENQUIRY

CONTACT US AT

OWODE ONIRIN

ALONG IKORODU ROAD

LAGOS STATE

08182880902 OR 08033539981
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 6:58am On Feb 22, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 2:04pm On Feb 22, 2019
FOR ENQUIRES CALL:
08033539981 or 08182880902
Email: owolabiakinniyi01@yahoo.com
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 10:04pm On Feb 25, 2019
08033539981 or 08182880902
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 12:21am On Feb 26, 2019
owolabi5:
A Speed Limiting Device is an electronic device fitted in a vehicle (Buses, Trucks, Vans Tankers etc) with a view of ensuring this vehicle maintains a speed limit according to the regulations of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Speed Limiting Device operate through electronic sensors and the engine's computer.
A series of sensors detect how fast the vehicle is going, then communicates that information to the engine's computer, which manages nearly all the engine's functions. Once the vehicle reach a pre-determined top speed, the computer steps in and restricts the flow of air and fuel to the engine and even the sparks that cause combustion. Either way, the vehicle will be unable to exceed the top speed as determined by the car's manufacturer.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 6:59am On Feb 26, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 7:55pm On Feb 27, 2019
owolabi5:
FOR ENQUIRES CALL:
08033539981 or 08182880902
Email: owolabiakinniyi01@yahoo.com
owolabi5:
FOR ENQUIRES CALL:
08033539981 or 08182880902
Email: owolabiakinniyi01@yahoo.com
Re: Speed Limiting Device (08182880902/08033539981) by owolabi5: 11:08pm On Feb 27, 2019
owolabi5:
Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) as the Lead Government Agency saddled with the responsibility of Road Traffic Management in Nigeria has identified speeding as a major contributing factor to road crashes and attendant casualties in Nigeria. To create a safer motoring environment which is our core vision, Federal Road Safety Commission in line with the resolutions reached with Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Automotive Council of Nigeria, Transport Union Association and other stakeholders intends to implement and enforce the use of Speed Limiting devices in vehicles starting with commercial vehicles , n ationwide. The legal frame work backing the Commission’s implementation and enforcement of Speed Limiting Device for all categories of vehicles in Nigeria is stipulated in section 10(3) (m) of the FRSC (Est.) Act, 2007 and section 152(4) of National Road Traffic Regulation, 2012.

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