A road user shared photos of what looks like a Cardboard Metro Police car on his Facebook page earlier in April. He revealed that they were placed on the N4 before Rosslyn.
These cardboard Metro Police cars are placed near different roads as part of road safety initiative. Isaac Mahamba, Tshwane Metro Police, confirmed to Wheels24; “the cut-out police car was part of a road safety initiative by the Bakwena road agency to curb speeding during the Easter period. “
Arrive Alive expressed; we plead for visible and effective traffic enforcement. Even though this may not be what we have referred to, it may be a worthwhile initiative to remind road users to Obey the Rules of the Road All of the Time, whether there are actual enforcement or just a reminder of such possible enforcement!
Is this the ultimate ghost car? Will it make roads safer? https://t.co/DYWkwatdzU @Wheels24 @huisgenoot #ArriveAlive pic.twitter.com/nvvvTA9ASp
— Arrive Alive (@_ArriveAlive) April 6, 2017
We love the idea, and believe it can somehow make the difference…….your thoughts?
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