Lae Traffic Registry

Lae Police tighten up on traffic rules

Metropolitan Superintendent Anthony Wagambie Jnr said, “There is a large number of PMV buses and private vehicles locked up at the Morobe Traffic Registry yard.

“These vehicles will not be released to the owners until (vehicle) defects are fixed.

“That is for tail light defects, brakes, signals and other mechanical faults. The owners are to arrange for parts and mechanics to be brought to the yard and for vehicles to be fixed there.

​Fake licence producers risking people’s lives: Police

“Now we have come to realise that licenses are being produced outside of the Government mandated Traffic Registry. This is partly to be blamed for the increase in road accidents and careless driving,” says Lae police boss, Anthony Wagambie Jnr.

“This act in itself, of producing fake driver’s licence, may seem trivial to the person/s producing them, but it is much more than that. They are putting so many people’s lives at risk for just K100.”