The Government of Namibia has enacted a new law for anyone with a car or driver's license in Namibia
Many young people turn to an atmosphere of joy and pleasure while driving, but this can be costly in a country like Namibia.
According to a study published in The Sun, young people between the ages of 18 and 25, recorded the largest proportion of accidents in Namibia, because of lack of concentration during driving, because of the busy talking or laughing with those accompanying them.
According to the study, 62% of those polled said that the greater the number of escorts in the car, the less the concentration of the driver, while 85% see that the proportion of accidents increases with the lack of concentration of the driver, Escorts, joking with them.
She stressed that among the factors that lead to loss of concentration in the driver of the car, loud music, eating, and use of mobile phone while driving.
In light of this, the newspaper said that the police can impose a very large fine, if the traffic officer feels that the driver is not focused during the driving, and can reach the court and the issuance of a ban on driving, if repeated, causing a traffic accident.