Motorists have been warned by the Directorate of Road Traffic Service against pasting ‘for sale’ on their vehicles without authorization in the federal capital territory (FCT).
The agency spokesman, Kalu Emetu, said pasting of such was a violation of the FCT Administrative Transportation Master Plan.
Emetu explained that such vehicles would be impounded and owners would pay fines ranging from n25,000 to n50,000 before the seized vehicles would be released.
He advised motorists seeking to put their vehicles on sale to pay for advertisement and other fees.
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