Traffic Offences that Must be Avoided
- Driving motor vehicles without Driver’s License or Learner’s Permit.
- Riding motor cycles without Driving License or Learner’s Permit.
- Driving or Riding with Learner’s Permit without a licensed driver to instruct and without the letter ‘L’ displayed in the front and rear of the vehicle as warning.
- Driving an unregistered vehicle or failing to exhibit the Registration number at the front and rear of the vehicles are required by laws.
- Driving or Riding without light or failing to dim light for approaching vehicle from the opposite directions.
- Wrong overtaking and excessive speeds, particularly of motor cycles.
- Carrying more than one passenger on a motorcycle and failing to wear crash or steel helmet.
- Failing to observe and obey traffic signs.
- Wrong parking of motor vehicles and Motor cycles and bicycles.
- Driving or Riding on Lawns and Krebs.
- Making illegal U-turns on Roads.
Registration of Vehicles
All Motor Vehicles and Motor Cycles owned by students must be registered with the Division of Students’ Affairs within one week of purchase or arrival on the Campus.
The University Security Unit is responsible for enforcing all Traffic Regulations and other Bye-Laws in the University. In addition, the Traffic Division of the Nigeria Police gives necessary assistance in this regard. Apart from surprise checks on all Motor Vehicles, and Motorcycles, the Security unit and the Traffic Police can arrest and prosecute all offenders in accordance with the Laws of the country.