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Delhi govt orders modifications at driving test tracks, Check new rules

The Delhi authorities has ordered the Transport Department officers to make modifications at numerous automated driving test tracks, in view of accelerating variety of folks flunking their assessments, stated officers as quoted by information company PTI. A committee constituted by the Transport Department to look into the matter has really helpful some modifications on these tracks, which is able to come into impact from August 8 this 12 months.

An official defined that there have been rising cases of individuals failing their driving assessments attributable to different issues that weren’t involved with driving.

“For example, the width of the last circle on which two-wheeler drivers had to go on spiral route was smaller than the other two circles, which meant for safety purposes. Due to this, people had to put their feet on the ground, leading to failure in driving test,” he additional described.

He knowledgeable that the pendency was additionally going up with the candidates failing their driving assessments. “People who fails their driving tests usually gets a new date of the next week, but the pendancy was going up with such instances,” the official advised PTI.

Providing particulars concerning the modifications on the driving test tracks, he knowledgeable that the width of the final circle will now be made like the width of the earlier two circles and folks will probably be allowed to make use of their ft.

He additionally stated that many ladies confronted problem attributable to this drawback earlier, they even stopped making use of for the licenses.

According to new rules, the candidates will now have to be told prematurely about sporting seat beat whereas showing for the driving test.

The official stated, “Earlier, it happened many times that the candidates did not wear seat belts while appearing for driving tests and they failed the test. But now, it is compulsory that they will be informed about it in advance.”

A test monitor has six sections – eight formations (driving in a hall constructed within the form of digit eight), overtaking, stopping at a visitors junction, stopping at the ramp and transferring ahead with out it rolling again, S formation in 120 seconds and parallel parking in 90 seconds.

(With PTI inputs)

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