Saturday, 28 January 2017

FRSC Releases 6 Documents Every Nigerian Driver MUST Have

The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC)
has posted a list of documents ever Nigerian
driver must have to avoid been penalised or
their vehicle been impounded.
Below is a full list:


1. Driver's License


Your driver's license is one must have by every
driver. To get one you should apply to the FRSC
office, undergo a mandatory driving test and pay
a token.


2. Vehicle License

After your license as a driver, getting your
vehicle license is also as important. This can be
easily done on the FRSC official website.


3. Certificate of Roadworthiness

This is a document certifying that a vehicle is
roadworthy and can be driven on the Nigerian
road for a stated period of time.
This document is mandatory for all commercial
vehicles and its validity is for a period of 6
months. For private vehicles, however, that are
older than 5 years, the road-worthiness
certificate is to be obtained once a year.
The roadworthiness certification process has
been adopted on the AutoReg platform in Kebbi
and Niger states.


4. Insurance Certificate

A vehicle insurance is also known as car
insurance, motor insurance or auto insurance. It
is insurance for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and
other road vehicles.
It provides financial protection against physical
damage and/or bodily injury resulting from
traffic collisions and against liability that could
also arise therefrom.
The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM)
handles vehicle insurance.


5. Proof of ownership

This is to prove that you own the vehicle and
can be gotten from the Vehicle Inspection
Office (VIO).


6. Learners permit

Drivers with these permits must have their
instructors with them while driving. You may
also need CMR is some states

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