This followed a special exercise mounted jointly by the Division, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) and the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC).

wpid-motorbikes-and-cars-at-Tamale-300x156.jpgDeputy Superintendent of Police (DCOP) Charles Ahiamale, the Deputy Ashanti MTTD Regional Commander, said some of the offenders did not have license, while others had neither number plates on their bikes nor insurance cover.

There were also those who were riding without helmet.

The Deputy Commander told journalists that majority of them were caught in Aboabo and Alabar communities.

He said some of the unregistered bikes were believed “to have been used in robbery attacks and those without number plates and documents involved in hit-and-run”.

DSP Ahiamale said the exercise would continue to make sure that “everybody gets right with the law”.

By Florence Afriyie Mensah, GNA

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