Five drivers having had their licences suspended will need to follow a training course at the MITD.
Five driving licences will soon be suspended by the Court, following a request from the Traffic Branch.
The individuals to whom the licences belong will have to follow a training given by the Mauritius Institute of Training and Development (MITD).
These are drivers who have broken the rules regulating driving on our roads such that they obtained 6 points based on the new measures of the Minister of Public Infrastructure. Having been thus sanctioned, they will only get their licences back after the training course which will start in two months’ time.
It is to be noted that the training is not free: rather, each individual will have to pay Rs 1,000 for it to be dispensed to him. The course will include both theoretical and practical sessions; the instructors will include psychologists and Health and Safety Officers.