The Directorate of the Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS) and the Lagos Computerised Vehicle Inspection Service (LACVIS) has said it has concluded plans to unveil eight LACVIS Safety Ambassadors (LSA) in Lagos today .
According to a statement signed by spokesperson of LACVIS, Abike Akintuyi said it part of measures to reduce carnage on Lagos roads and increase the awareness of computerized vehicle inspection particularly during this Christmas season.
Akintuyi said LSA is a pioneer scheme set up to work with individuals across all sectors that are promoting and institutionalizing safety, especially on the roads.
She said it is an advocacy project aimed at encouraging motorists to imbibe high maintenance culture of their vehicles through voluntary presentation of their vehicles for inspection at any of the LACVIS Centres across Lagos State.
Akintuyi noted that the appointees, who have pursued safety related issues and causes in their professional endeavour, were nominated through a stringent process by a panel of safety and auto experts.
The appointees according to her are expected to use their platforms to further promote causes on road safety, sustainable environment and computerized vehicle inspection as the pathway to reducing carnage on the roads.
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