Commercial Car

A Start To Finish Walkthrough of Editing a Commercial Car Image

If you’re interested in taking pictures of vehicles and wonder what it takes to get a commercial grade result, sit back and enjoy a complete walkthrough.

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Commercial vehicle drivers, police, others shun protocols in Delta

By Okungbowa Aiwerie, Asaba

Many inter-city commercial transport operators plying routes within Asaba, the Delta State Capital, and environs have shunned COVID-19 protocols.

The Nation observed that the law enforcement of COVID-19 protocols is non-existent, notwithstanding the presence of several police checkpoints on the Asaba-Kwale axis.

It was learnt that on the Asaba-Ogwashi-Uku-Kwale-Ughelli-Warri routes, commercial transporters not only conveyed commuters without face masks, but ignored social distancing rules.

Commercial vehicle drivers overloaded their vehicles with two passengers in front with four commuters crammed in the back seat.

Some commuters expressed helplessness over the situation.

According to some commuters, the policemen, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIO) officers on the route, especially at the Olloa Ogwashi spot, are only interested in collecting bribes from drivers.

A civil servant, Onwuka Uzor, said: “This is really very sad that despite all the awareness campaign on radio, television and newspapers,

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Commercial vehicle travel ban ordered. Here’s what it means.

Commercial vehicles will be barred from several New Jersey highways beginning at 12 p.m. Sunday as a major snowstorm looms, state officials announced.

The restricted vehicles include tractor-trailers, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, passenger vehicles pulling trailers and “empty straight CDL-weighted trucks,” officials said. They are not allowed on parts of nine highways, although there are exceptions, according to an administrative order from Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, the state’s transportation commissioner.

The restrictions don’t apply to the New Jersey Turnpike, the Garden State Parkway or the Atlantic City Expressway. The order does not have an expiration date. Officials asked all drivers to stay off the road Sunday night and Monday if possible.

“The safest place to be is at home,” the department said in a statement.

Restricted highways

Commercial vehicles are restricted from the following roads in New Jersey:

  • I-76: From the Walt Whitman Bridge (Pennsylvania border) to NJ Route 42.
  • I-78
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‘Monumental storm’ moving out, but conditions remain dangerous, officials say. Commercial vehicle ban lifted.

Gov. Phil Murphy is again urging people to stay home and off the roads Tuesday as a long-lasting winter storm that covered parts of the New Jersey with more than 30 inches of snow gradually moves out Tuesday.

The governor referred to the snow totals in parts of the state as “impressive,” adding it’s been more than a decade since the state has recorded the amount of snow dropped on parts of the state.

“This was a big one,” Murphy said at a briefing on the storm. “This has been an all hands on deck storm. Just because the snow may be letting up, please just stay in.”

Murphy said snow clearing efforts continue Tuesday and people should “let the crews complete their jobs” as the storm moves out.

The commercial vehicle ban instituted on Sunday was lifted as of noon Tuesday, but the state of emergency remains in effect,

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