As we all know that year is winding up, it is good to take security tips very serious so to end the year in celebration.
These are the important counsel for all road users:
1. Schedule it between 9am to 4pm. Don't leave too early and don't be caught in the late hours.

2. Remove titles from your phone contacts. Example: Hon, Alhaji, Chief, Inspector and military ranks in general.

3. While driving, focus on the road and ensure that every 5-7 minutes, there is traffic on the returning lane.

4. Try not to exceed 100km per hour so you can make your judgements timely. It will also help you look out for traps and appreciate the terrain.

5. If you can, please don't use tinted sheets on your car. It passes a message to bandits and criminal elements that you are a uniformed man/woman.

6. Make sure you always have a spare tyre, plug and fuel pump in your car. Don't ignore this.

7. Even if you are not the one driving, put your phone away and keep your eyes on the road.

8. Moving in a convoy has proven not to intimidate criminal elements. Bandits took on an 8-car convoy along Kaduna-Abuja last December.

9. If you must stop to buy food article or ease yourself, it is advisable to take that break at a town or village.

10. These are safety tips. They will help tremendously, though cannot guarantee total protection from these elements.

11. Remove security insignia from your vehicle while on the road.

12. Don't hastingly interfere or introduce yourself as a security professional if in a commercial vehicle that's apprehended by uniformed men 

13. Make sure your vehicle particulars are complete and updated 

15. Keep your mouth shut in public places and vehicles 

16. Don't travel with huge volume of cash, maximum of N20k is advisable 

17. A car camera can be helpful 

18. Don't follow unfamiliar routes

19. Make sure you can see 500 metres away always while driving and be sure no one is following you 

21. Don't be extravagant in your appearance 

22. And above all, don't forget to commit your journey into the hands of God in prayers. 



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