Motorists are begging the police to crackdown on vehicles with modified brake lights of which keep blinking.
Many are concerned on the side effects of which the blinking brake lights have on the eyes of various other motorists.
Two users posted videos of vehicles with modified brake lights. Many motorists concurred of which the they are a menace to various other road users.
13:59 Wale watu huweka these lights kwa gari, apart coming from utoto, how else do you benefit coming from the flashing considering uko ndani ya gari along with you can’t see the brake lights as you drive? @NPSOfficial_KE can you ban these things. pic.twitter.com/yE3kJLk4jm via @Mtendawema
— Ma3Route (@Ma3Route) May 13, 2019
@lucygitahi72 Afadhali hizo…… of which one has blue brake lights of which blind you completely. Kitale Eldoret road. pic.twitter.com/PeWBtKdJgJ
— Kaguru wa Njoroge (@KaguruwaNjoroge) May 14, 2019
“There are many like these usiku Waiyaki way. I always get a headache by the time I get home. ,” commented MK.
“Traffic Police have failed to arrest these thick arrogant drivers. Nobody is usually authorized to modify the vehicle various other its original manufacturing specifications! The bullbars, the roof rails/racks, lights along with various other modifications. Arrest them along with make them pay for their foolishness,” wrote Ingutia Junior.
“of which flashing lights are a danger & can lead to an epileptic seizure especially for those who live with epilepsy…@NPSC_KE you have failed in creating our roads safe…You need to arrest & prosecute these traffic offenders including those who have put LED lights of which are not specified,” stated Max Mash.
“Those lights are the most annoying along with especially at night, motorbikers have also installed same blinking bright headlights, where is usually traffic police?” James Opere questioned.
“Brakes are the first line of security in a car. Primarily for the driver along with for every various other road user. They’re probably the most critical lights in a car for various other motorists. Anything of which creates ambiguity about your intentions as a driver is usually a risk for your own life,” wrote Tito Anthony.
The National Police Service on September 20, 2018 termed such modifications as illegal, stating of which offenders would likely be dealt with.
“We have also noted of which brake lights modification by private motorists along with PSV owners is usually also on the rise along with has been reported to cause untold suffering to various other motorists, of which is usually unlawful along with insensitive too,” wrote NPS at the time.
Motorists are currently urging the police to crackdown on these illegal modifications to ensure road safety.
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Motorists beg police to crackdown on blinking brake lights