Trucks and trailers with permits to operate on the band route on Carnival Monday and Tuesday will have their validation stickers in time, courtesy a collaboration between the Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC), the Trinidad & Tobago Police Service (TTPS) and the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA).
In an official statement from ATTIC, the Association confirms that the stickers will be available for those with the necessary permits.
The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is extending sympathies to the many victims of this week’s floods and says it stand ready to do its part to assist our nation.
ATTIC says that while the full extent of property and motor losses are still being assessed, it wants to extend the following advice to insured persons:
· If more than half of your vehicles was submerged in flood water, please do not attempt to start the vehicles. Have it inspected as soon as possible by your authorised repairer.
The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is giving advice to persons whose property sustained damage by Tuesday's powerful earthquake.
ATTIC says losses sustained within 72 hours of the event, which includes aftershocks, will be treated as one.
The following is a statement ATTIC issued on Thursday.
With 30 road deaths for the year already, the Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies is calling for the implementation of several measures, including parents limiting young drivers on the nation's roads at nights.
The association issued a statement today also calling for increased police presence on the nation's roads and the erection of proper barriers on the highways.
The following is ATTIC's statement: