Fresh reports reaching E247mag.com indicate that men of the Vehicle Inspection Service popularly known as (VIO) are back on Lagos roads to check rickety, overloaded and unregistered vehicles.
According to the head of Control, Regulations and Enforcement of the agency, Olusoji Adebayo, the VIS in Lagos has adopted a new operation system of carrying out vehicle inspections in the state.
He said: “The VIS personnel are on the road doing random checking of only unregistered, overloaded and rickety vehicles.
“That is our new arrangement of enforcement now and also checking people that are covering their number plate; you know when they are doing that, they easily use that to perpetrate evil.
“The agency is now operating one of the best practices in the world in vehicles inspection.”
The VIS boss also disclosed that the new Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) has been introduced and is aimed at helping the officials in detecting vehicles with expired particulars.
Adebayo said that 24-hours camera was being handled by a special squad to monitor the service.
“We can compare ourselves with other parts of the world now because we are taking enforcement to the doorsteps of the offenders.
Officials of the Lagos state Vehicle Inspection Vehicle are back to Lagos roads to check rickety, overloaded and unregistered vehicles.