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Driver gives reason for increased accidents

Mr. William Farr, Jr., a professional train Liberian driver and Program Coordinator
of the Royal Aid Driving School (RADS) in Gbarnga, Bong County says lack of
qualified drivers in traffic is responsible for continued accidents across the

According to him, Liberians continue to die in car accident and motorcycle accidents
in the Country from time to time due to unqualified drivers conveying them to their

Speaking to our correspondent recently, he underscores the need for central
government through the Ministry of Transport to cater to Liberian drivers by
providing them training such as road safety awareness so that they can know various
traffic signs.
“Our entity wants to battle the increase in number of accidents in the Country, but
the government of Liberia through the Ministry of Transport will need to aid us in
this struggle of saving lives in the Country,” he says.

Mr. Farr notes that it is a difficult war to fight, but with the help of government
“we will get there.”
His institution – Royal Aid Driving School was established between 2012 and 2013
with the aim of providing training for Liberian drivers and motorcyclists who are
desirous of acquiring knowledge in driving.

Mr. Farr boastfully says since the establishment of the Royal Aid Driving School in
Bong County, they have been able to graduate a little over 100 students from the
county, many of whom he says are self-reliant and contributing to the society.

Meanwhile, Mr. Farr is also appealing to humanitarian organizations and well-meaning
Liberians to join him in battling against the increase of motor car accidents in the
Country.–Edited by Winston W. Parley

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