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List Of Lagos State New Traffic Rules: Offences and Penalties [Full List]

Lagos State is one of the most populous cities in Africa, and even in Nigeria yet one of the smallest in size. It was once the capital of Nigeria, but the capital was changed to Abuja.

The newly elected governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu assumed public office as the executive governor of Lagos State, there has been a very strict approach to traffic management in the state. This extends to bringing every resident of the state to a whole new level of sanity and punishment for breaking Lagos traffic rules.


After working so hard or taking a loan to acquire a car, the last thing one would want is to watch the car being auctioned off at a ridiculous price to some stranger who doesn’t know what you passed through to get the car. But that can only happen if one violates any of the many traffic rules in Lagos State.

  1. Driving without a Driver’s licence – Impound vehicle.
  2. Driving of any vehicle by a person under 18 – N30,000.
  3. Driving with fake number plates – N30,000, 3 years in prison.
  4. Driving with forged vehicle particulars – 6 months in prison.
  5. Driving with a fake driver’s licence – 6 months in prison.
  6. Driving without road worthiness – Impound vehicle.
  7. Driving only yellow – N80,000. Enforce painting 8. Driving without Hackey permit – Impound vehicle.
  8. No display of Hackey permit – Impound vehicle 10. Kabu Kabu without a permit – Impound vehicle
  9. Disobeying LASTMA Officer – N30,000/ Impound vehicle.
  10. Neglect of traffic direction light – 3 months in prison.
  11. Smoking while driving – N30,000/Impound vehicle.
  12. Physically assault traffic officer – N50,000/6 months in prison.
  13. Driving without full light – N50,000.
  14. Driving with worn out tyre – N30,000.
  15. Driving without spare tyre – N30,000
  16. Driving smoking vehicle – N30,000
  17. No fire extinguisher – N30,000
  18. Broken windscreen – N30,000
  19. Tinted windscreen – N30,000
  20. Eating and driving with one hand – 3 months in prison.
  21. One way driving – 3 years in prison
  22. Driving without fasten seat belt – N30,000
  23. Not painting a commercial vehicle the approved colour – N50,000
  24. No car hire service permit – 1st 20,000; 2nd N30,000, Impound vehicle
  25. Parking on the yellow line on any public highway/ illegal parking – 1st N20,000; subsequent N30,000
  26. Vehicle crossing double yellow line/center line – 1st N20,000; subsequent N30,000.
  27. Staying within the yellow junction box (offside rule) – 1st N20,000; subsequent N30,000
  28. Failure to yield to the right of the way of the pedestrian at a zebra crossing – 1st N20,000; subsequent N30,000
  29. Failure to give to traffic on the left at a roundabout – 1st N20,000; subsequent N30,000.
  30. Driving on walkway or kerb – Impound
  31. Reversing on the highway & parking on walkways – 50,000 naira
  32. Obstruction of traffic -20,000 naira
  33. Picking/Dropping passengers on illegal B/stop -50,000 naira
  34. Driving on BRT lanes – 70,000 naira.
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