What does FRSC stand for?

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What does FRSC stand for?

Federal Road Safety Corps What does FRSC stand for?

Full Meaning

Federal Road Safety Corps

Core values

Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Nigeria

Head of FRSC

Boboye O Oyeyemi
The FRSC is currently headed by Boboye O Oyeyemi, MFR, mni, whose title of Corps Marshal is the highest rank in the Corps ranking system.

Motto of FRSC?

Creating a Safe Motoring Environment in Nigeria

Name of FRSC boss?

Boboye Olayemi Oyeyemi (Jul 23, 2014–)

Who created FRSC?

National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

What is the duties of road safety?

Preventing and minimizing road traffic crashes. Educating drivers, motorists & other members of the public on the proper use of the highway. Designing and producing vehicle number plates and driver’s licences. Conducting researches into the causes, effects & methods of preventing road traffic crashes.

When was FRSC found?

February 1988, Nigeria

What is function of road safety?

The functions of the Commission generally relates to:

  • Making the highway safe for motorists and other road users.
  • Recommending works and devices designed to eliminate or minimize accidents on the highways and advising the Federal and State Governments including the Federal Capital Territory Administration and relevant governmental agencies on the localities where such works and devices are required, and
  • Educating motorists and members of the public on the importance of discipline on the highway.

In particular, the Commission is charged with responsibilities as follows:

  • Preventing or minimizing accidents on the highway.
  • Clearing obstructions on any part of the highways.
  • Educating drivers, motorists and other members of the public generally on the proper use of the highways.
  • Designing and producing the driver’s license to be used by various categories of vehicle operators.
  • Determining, from time to time, the requirements to be satisfied by an applicant for a driver’s licence.
  • Designing and producing vehicle number plates.
  • The standardization of highway traffic codes.
  • Educating drivers, motorists and other members of the public generally on the proper use of the highways.
  • Giving prompt attention and care to victims of accidents.
  • Conducting researches into causes of motor accidents and methods of preventing them and putting into use the result of such researches.
  • Determining and enforcing speed limits for all categories of roads and vehicles and controlling the use of speed limiting devices.
  • Cooperating with bodies or agencies or groups in road safety activities or in prevention of accidents on the highways.
  • Making regulations in pursuance of any of the functions assigned to the Corps by or under this Act.
  • Regulating the use of sirens, flashers and beacon lights on vehicles other than ambulances and vehicles belonging to the Armed Forces, Nigeria Police, Fire Service and other Paramilitary agencies;
  • Providing roadside and mobile clinics for the treatment of accident victims free of charge.
  • Regulating the use of mobile phones by motorists.
  • Regulating the use of seat belts and other safety devices.
  • Regulating the use of motorcycles on the highways.
  • Maintaining the validity period for drivers’ licences which shall be three years subject to renewal at the expiration of the validity period.

School certificate in Nigeria?

Following are the latest fees for new driving license application in Nigeria.

  • Certificate of driving school: 8,000 nairas
  • Certificate of VIO test: 1,000 nairas
  • Certificate of eye test: 500 nairas
  • Driver’s licence payment: 6,350 nairas (3 years) or 10,450 nairas (5 years)

What does FRSC stand for?

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