SPEEDING, DRINKING & DRIVING ARE STILL THE MAIN CONTRIBUTING FACTORS TO ACCIDENTS

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With driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding still the main contributing factors to accidents locally, the Guyana National Road Safety Council is advocating for there to be a 30 km speed limit in certain areas, as the world observes Road Safety Awareness Month this November. More from Amel Griffith.

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