LAUTECH New Vehicle Regulations

LAUTECH New Vehicle Regulations

The Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, has made an important announcement regarding the movement of vehicles within the university campus. After a recent meeting held on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, the University Management has deliberated on the occurrence of motor traffic accidents on campus and decided to implement new regulations for the safety and well-being of staff and students. In this blog post, we outline the key decisions made by the management and their implications for the university community.

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Vehicle Regulations for Students

The University Management has decided to ban vehicles owned by students from entering the university campus. This decision aims to reduce the risk of accidents involving students and to promote a safer campus environment.

No Unregistered Vehicles Allowed

Vehicles without registration numbers will no longer be permitted on the university campus. This regulation helps to ensure that only authorized and properly registered vehicles are allowed on campus, reducing the likelihood of unauthorized activity.

No Roadside Parking

Roadside parking of vehicles is now prohibited. Vehicles must be parked in designated parking areas to avoid obstructing traffic and causing potential accidents.

Removal of Unauthorized Vehicles

All unauthorized vehicles parked at various locations on the university campus must be removed immediately. If the vehicles are not removed, university security will take appropriate action.

Ban on Tinted Vehicles

Tinted vehicles being used by staff and students are now prohibited on campus. This ban is intended to enhance security and ensure that individuals using such vehicles can be easily identified by university security personnel.

Learner Permit Requirement

A Learner Permit must be placed on the vehicles of beginner drivers on campus. This requirement helps to identify inexperienced drivers and promotes safety awareness among the university community.


The new vehicle regulations announced by the LAUTECH Management aim to improve safety and security on the university campus. The Head of Security Unit and Dean of Student Affairs have been informed of these decisions and are expected to take appropriate action to enforce the new regulations. Staff and students are urged to comply with these new rules to maintain a safe and secure campus environment.


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