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He says the main offences which traffic police will be concentrating on include riding or being carried in a dangerous position on a motorcycle.
The penalty for this offence is Shs20, 000 while careless or inconsiderate use of a motorcycle will attract a Shs40, 000 fine.
“Carrying passengers on a motorcycle without an operator’s license (PSV) will attract a fine of Shs40, 000 and riding a boda boda in a dangerous mechanical condition will see the offender pay Shs50, 000,” notes Kaweesi.
The police boss also warns riding a motorcycle without a valid driving permit or insurance will cause a Shs40, 000 penalty.
“It is imperative that we immediately address this issue to ensure safety of motorcyclists, passengers and by-standers alike,” says Kaweesi.
The better part of road accidents in Kampala city is caused by reckless boda boda riders. Hundreds have sustained broke limbs, jaws and others lost lives due to irresponsible boda bodas.