Monday, 18 February 2013

Driving schools gear up for hi-tech licence test


DOHA ABOUT2,000 trainees at various driving schools in the country cannot apply for licences, as the schools scramble to complete the installation of computers to facilitate the new process mandated by the Traffic Department of the Ministry of Interior (MoI). To increase road safety, the MoI recently introduced the computerised system in place of paper-based theory test to evaluate the trainees’ knowledge of traffic rules and practices.

Most of these trainees have completed their mandatory practical sessions but now wait for the schools complete the installation of computers to facilitate the new process. Talking to Qatar Tribune, Assistant Training and Development Manager at Al Khebra Driving School Munir Muhawish said the theory would cost the candidate an extra QR50, after passing which he/she can take the practical test or training session.

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