Road Safety Authority laments lack of towing trucks after Tesano car crash
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Road Safety Authority laments lack of towing trucks after Tesano car crash


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The National Road Safety Authority has lamented the lack of towing trucks for the Ghana Police Service to remove broken-down vehicles from roads.

According to the Authority, the last towing truck provided for the police service was acquired in 1988.

Drivers were to pay a road safety levy ranging between GHS10 and GHS200.


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