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Drivers must get digital number plates or incur a Ksh20,000 fine.

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On August 30th, digital number plates were introduced, and the government has since implemented stringent steps to ensure their registration.

The traffic police department will enforce Traffic Act Chapter 403 to make sure all drivers in the nation comply with the new plate system.

To violate this provision is punishable by a fine of up to Ksh20,000 or up to six months in prison, as stated in the Act.

If convicted again, violators face a maximum fine of Ksh 30,000 and/or a maximum jail sentence of six months, or both, according to the Act.

However, obtaining a digital plate would cost a driver Ksh3,000 for each vehicle.

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