On Monday, February 15, road traffic authorities will start enforcing the law on the display of motor vehicle insurance.
This follows an ACT of parliament, passed last year to effect this.
And Road Transport and Safety Agency -RTSA- Acting Senior Public Relations Manager, Fred Mubanga says all motorists must therefore comply.
Mr. Mubanga has explained that there has been enough publicity for this requirement, hence the grace period up to February 14, 2016.
Meanwhile,the Zambia Police Service says it will not hesitate to met out punishment on its officers found engaging in corruption.
Police Principal Traffic Officer, Yoram Phiri says all traffic officers have since been enlightened on this measure.
Mr Phiri says time and again, traffic officers have been accused of engaging in corruption, however, the police command is working to reverse this public assertion.
He has since advised members of the general public to report any traffic officer found engaging in corrupt activities to the police command.