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RTA finds several violations during night checks

4-day campaign aimed at verifying compliance with applicable legislations of the RTA. (Supplied)

By Staff

RTA's Licensing has carried out 117 inspection processes over four days targeting driving institutes and centers, and resulted in 25 offences.

The campaign aimed at measuring the compliance of driving institutes with the applicable rules and training modules of night lessons for drivers under training.

It also aimed at verifying the compliance of instructors with the correct recording of the training details in the training cards.

"The campaign that resulted in 117 inspection processes and 25 offences, is part of a series of campaigns RTA always is keen to carry out targeting driving learning field with the aim of verifying compliance with the approved rules and training modules,” said Mohammed Nabhan, Director of Monitoring and Enforcement, RTA’s Licensing Agency.

"The specialist work team made tireless efforts towards achieving RTA’s vision of Safe and Smooth Transport for All," he added.

"The inspection processes focused on Emirates Driving Institute, Belhasa Driving Institute, Al Ahli Driving Institute, Dubai Driving Institute, Galadari Driving Institute and Dubai International Driving Center. The inspection campaigns paved the way for developing improvement plans which will be initiated and monitored in the near future.

"Work is in full swing to upgrading the online link between driving institutes and RTA’s licensing systems such that auditing can be done online, where it could be possible to verify the commitment of trainees to taking the prescribed training lessons as per the applicable systems. This exercise would save time and effort of the parties concerned, and accelerate the procedures of providing the information required from training centers," added Nabhan.