FRSC gives condition for use of Google map while driving
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has made clarified its ban on the use of Google Maps while driving.
The FRSC Corps Marshal Boboye Oyeyemi, speaking at a news conference in Abuja said road users can only use Google Maps with the aid of car-holding phone devices.
The commission had earlier banned the use of google maps on smartphones while driving, threatening arrest and prosecution. However, the Marshal reinstated his statement but with a condition on how the application is to be used.
According to him, those nabbed making use of Google map without the aid of car-holding phone devices will be arrested and prosecuted.
He said; “The use of google maps 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.”