On Thursday, the Federal Road Safety Authority, FRSC, said it did not introduce the use of Point of Sale (POS) machines to receive payment of traffic fines at patrol points.
Bessie Kazim, the corps’ public relations officer, noted that it has become necessary to clarify to members of the public because unscrupulous people may benefit from using the Federal Road Safety Corps’ electronic reservation device (E-Tablet), specifically designed to issue tickets for traffic violations. By patrol customers, as a point of sale (POS) machine to deceive people.
As an ISO certified organization with global recognition for its leading role in road safety and traffic management, he said, the organization has advanced in providing essential services to people and has developed transformative initiatives focused on people, processes and technology.
He added that in order for the wire to improve robust data collection and speed up the instant synchronization of traffic offender information into the national database, there was a need to introduce the device that could best serve the people.
FRSC denied the introduction of traffic fines payment at patrol points