The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has made a clarification on its ban on the use of Google map while driving.
Speaking at a news conference in Abuja on Wednesday January 8, FRSC corps marshal Boboye Oyeyemi said road users can only use Google map with the aid of car-holding phone devices.
According to him, those nabbed making use of Google map without the aid of car-holding phone devices will be arrested and prosecuted.
“The use of google map while driving is allowed, but hand-held driving and usage are offences associated with driving and anyone caught would face the law squarely.
“If you must use Google map while driving, you must get the car-holding phone devices which is both for your safety and for better usage of the device and the application.”
Source: Linda Ikeji