A communication team member of the NPP, Ellen Ama Daaku has disclosed that, because the inappropriate use of LED lights by drivers on our roads at night has made her at a point in time to get one on her car to use as a retaliation.
Ellen Ama Daaku made this disclosure on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro TV this morning when she narrated her ordeal with heavy trucks with LED lights on her night travels which could be the causes of road accidents at night.
According to her, she had to stop traveling at night because she realized that most of the big trucks had bright and huge LED lights, and when you face those lights, and God is not on your side, you will be blinded and end up in the ditch.
"It is terrible. We should have Regulations only lightening on cars because it got to a point I had to get one of the LED lights on top of my car so that when I meet them, I also turn it on. I tilt it in such a way that it hits them.
How do we do this to ourselves on the roads and nobody checks it? " - she said
He added that a lot of accidents happened on our roads due to this situation because most of the drivers are blinded by these LED lights.
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