DESPITE the many bookings over the past three weeks, the Land Transport Authority is pleased with the outcome of the Red Zone Operation presently being conducted in the Western Division.
LTA chief executive Naisa Tuinaceva said no road fatalities have been recorded in the Western Division since the commencement of the operation.
"Despite the more than 700 vehicles being issued with defect orders in the west, the authority is pleased to note that no one has died on the road in the west so far," he said.
"The LTA is quite pleased with the results based on the progressive reports. LTA intends to have this type of operation in place throughout the year."
Mr Tuinaceva confirmed that some rental car companies in the west have been issued warning letters for breaching their contract. He refused to name the companies involved.
"We have issued warning letters to these companies to refrain from such activities or they may have their permit revoked from operation," he said
"The permit is the property of the authority and the CEO in his capacity can revoke or suspend through the right process according to LTA law."
Mr Tuinaceva said the Red Zone Operation would continue until next month.