Government vehicle drivers need to follow speed limit - Ro Filipe
PM speaks to ministers to ensure Govt vehicles are not speeding

Government vehicle drivers need to follow speed limit - Ro Filipe

PM speaks to ministers to ensure Govt vehicles are not speeding

By Mosese Raqio
Monday 11/03/2024
Minister for Transport Ro Filipe Tuisawau

There is a need to re-inculcate into the drivers of all vehicles including Government vehicle drivers, the importance of adhering to the speed limit.

This has been highlighted by Minister for Transport Ro Filipe Tuisawau when asked by fijivillage News on the rising serious concerns raised about the reckless driving on our roads.

Ro Filipe says the issue was brought up today in the parliamentary caucus and it has been an ongoing issue and he believes it's a hangover from the past.

He says even when he came in to hold the position of Minister for Transport, that was one of the issues he experienced.

He adds they are looking for ways to plan and organise things accordingly, even if they are late so that they are not rushing.

Ro Filipe says this issue has been emphasized by the Prime Minister to all the Ministers to work with their Ministries in terms of speeding by government vehicles.

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