Stop engaging middle men for license, DVLA cautions


The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has cautioned the general public especially drivers to desist from engaging middle men in the acquisition of driving license.

The authority has pledged to help eliminate indiscipline on the road hence warning drivers to abstain from acquiring discounted and fictitious vehicle documents from unauthorized people who are popularly known as ‘Goro boys’.

Deputy Director in charge of Driver Training Testing and Licensing division, Joseph Clifford Obosu disclosed when the Compliance and Enforcement Unit of DVLA and the Police Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate (MTTD) arrested 44 drivers with fake licenses in Accra.

The drivers were arrested with their cars impounded for various degrees of offences including fake License, fake or expired road worthy, physical conversion, tinted glasses and fake or embellished number plates.


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