The Uganda Highway code instructs that vehicles should have child locks, safety belts, child restraints and children should not be put front seats while traveling. At the same time it is mandatory to check beneath the car and inside before one starts off.
Oloya says in addition to their off-road ability, the Carib is affordable. Oloya recalls that he bought his Carib at a paltry amount of only two million shillings, compared to over six million shillings he would have used to buy a taxi. He has already recovered all the money he used to purchase the car.