THE police have seen improvement to the use of government vehicles after working hours over the past week, says operations director Senior Superintendent Rusiate Tudravu.
He attributed the positive results to the efficient response by government officials.
"We have seen an improvement and this shows government officials are adhering to the directive enforced by the Prime Minister's Office," SSP Tudravu said.
In Vanua Levu, police media officer Constable Luke Rawalai said no government vehicle was impounded for not having a proper pass to use after working hours.
"We have not seized any vehicle in the north and this really shows that officials are well compliant with the regulation," he said. "Government departments in the north have complied well with the rule of having a pass to use the government vehicle after working hours and it's a positive attitude."
SSP Tudravu has reminded government vehicle drivers and officials to maintain the positive attitude.
"We are advising officials to maintain the positive attitude and comply with the rules for the purpose of taking good care of government resources.
"We are trying to manage our resources wisely, so that they're used for appropriate government purposes."