The Royal Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force is again appealing to motorists using the nation’s roads to desist from changing the color of the lights used on their vehicles.

This appeal was made by Sergeant Kennie Jones of the Traffic Department during the 'Traffic Highlight' program aired on NBC Radio.

Sergeant Jones said that they are concerned about an emerging trend where motorists are changing the color of the headlights on their vehicle and he reiterated that this is an offence.

Sergeant Jones said that the Traffic Department has a zero tolerance approach to colored lights and they have stepped up their patrols to address this issue.

He said that motorists caught breaching this law will be prosecuted and their vehicles can be removed from the road.




SOURCE: National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC)

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