NTSA and traffic police have come with new traffic NTSA rules offenses and fines which every car owner , car drivers and passengers must come in compliance with. Failure to comply then there is a rude shock that awaits you. So pewa.co.ke has a list of rules , offenses and fines that you can keep off from .
List of new traffic NTSA rules offenses and fines
Well , if you are a learner and failure to display “L” sign on the rear and back of the car you are driving then you risk a fine of ksh 1000.
Mobile phone is one gadget many seem can’t keep away from them for even half an hour but guess what , when found using mobile while driving you will pay a fine of ksh 2000.
Never leave your house without your drivers lincese, why? Because failure to produce your DL, yea drivers license when demanded to produce . It is an offense and you will pay a fine of ksh 1000
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Now never drive past a traffic officer or police in uniform when requested or signaled to stop or park on the side of the road , if you disobey , risk a fine of ksh 5000.
If you are driving and failed to renew your drivers license (DL) fine of ksh 1000.
Failure to obey traffic rules , fine of ksh 3000 and,
When you overlap , overtake on the wrong side and drive on pedestrian walkway or pavements you risk a fine of ksh 5000.
In a nutshell, Kenya new traffic NTSA rules offenses and fines have been reviewed to help each person to be responsible on the road and to save lives It also help eliminate small errors that can be avoided . Each passenger must have his/her own seat in public vehicle . Heads up , to remind you its called the Michuki rule.