BY ALFRED PAGEPITU
CAB drivers in Gizo have been cautioned to drive carefully along the town’s roads during the current wet weather in Western province’s capital.
Police say there have been reports of several taxis witnessed driving carelessly, and therefore a warning is issued forth.
A police officer tells Island Sun that “due to the current wet-weather affected the provincial capital town drivers have been urging to think safety first and no drink drive”.
He adds that in such narrow roads like Gizo’s, and with the deteriorating road conditions, drivers need to take extra precaution while driving and concentrate when driving along the road.
“Most drivers are not cautiously to drive along road and this must be put a stop to avoid unwanted accidents.
“We must take extra care and think safety first for the public, school children and oor yourself before driving along the main road.”