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Road carnage report impresses ZRST

The Zambia Road Safety Trust -ZRST- says it is impressed with the drastic reduction in road carnage during the festive season this year, compared to last year. ZRST Senior Communications Adviser Mailos Mwale has noted that by the third quarter of 2017, there was a reduction of 20 percent in the number of road accidents compared to 2016 during the same period. Mr.

Mwale says it is gratifying to see how Zambians have become road-smart and adherent to the safety rules. He says it is possible to continue recording reduced road fatalities if everyone takes it upon themselves to observe traffic rules. This is contained in a statement made available to ZNBC News today by Mr.

Mwale.

Meanwhile, the Road Transport and Safety Agency -RTSA- has given a grace period of 14 days, within which motorists should pay road tax for the year 2018.

RTSA Head of Public Relations, Frederick Mubanga says the grace period, which starts next Monday, January 1, 2018, will last up to January 14, 2018.

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