This, they said is an offense and in breach of the laws of the Federation.
Speaking on radio on Monday, Sgt. Calvin Amory of the Traffic Department indicated that on numerous occasions, officers of the department have witnessed vehicles with the markings on their licence plates, thus they are encouraging drivers to refrain from such practice.
Amory however stated that though drivers cannot be ticketed for the offence, they can be reported, which can lead to prosecution in the courts.
He also encouraged motorists to continue to use their seatbelts while driving; indicating that the non-use of seat belts is common among a number of drivers.
Said others are still electing to use their cell phones while driving, which he also said was a common practice