Road Ready Test and certification, Driving Licensure Test and rules

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Road Ready Test and certification, Driving Licensure Test and rules

Post by Chiqui Ape on Fri Aug 20, 2010 9:15 pm

I suggest the following (but should not be limited):

1. New and Second Hand car should be tested for ROAD READINESS, before it should be running on the road.

I just noticed that many of the PUV have no standard speed gauge, indicator, wipers, functioning headlights and tail lights... This is not safe to use in our roads and should be running on our roads..

Our government should have and be strick on implementing proper road rules and vechicle safety.


All New and second hand car that for sell should be check by a certified Mechanics for Safety Road readiness..

Check the headlights, taillights, windscreens, wipers, hazard indicator, turining indicators, seatbelts,
breaks, etc. before it can be sold or the owner should pay for teh cost of these test before driving the vehicle on the road.

Further, many of our drivers , do not know or do not have at least theoretical knowledge about the Road signs ( Road lines, traffic lights, when to stop and give way).

2. Learners should take and pass theorical road rule test and perception driving test before giving a learners license and getting on the wheel and learn practical driving.

Provisonary Driver's license P1 - People ages 15-18 should be on this level.. This provision will be required the driver with Provisionary P1 to drive with max 2 passagers under 18 and alcohol level (breath testing) 0.00 readings or /and not influenced of prohibited drugs..

P2 - P2 license will be given to people who completed 2 years of driving ( or equivalent no. hours driving) with no violation of traffic and road rules and should be over 18 of age. P2 Drivers can have max. 4 passengers under 18 but with zero (0.00) alcohol level or/and not under influenced of prohibited drugs .

Professional driver's license will be grant after 2 years of P2 without violation of traffic and road rules.

3. Any violation to traffic and road rules will be a deduction to driving points (e.g. 20 points for S-platers, 50 points P-plater and 100 points Professional drivers) aside from penalties and fines depending to the seriousness of the offense.


Driving points should be incorporated to the Driver's License ID and should be database programmed.

Any violation, should be registered in a database and links to the Driver's license ID.





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Re: Road Ready Test and certification, Driving Licensure Test and rules

Post by Chiqui Ape on Sat Aug 21, 2010 11:15 pm

please check this Australian Vicroads website..

we can learn from their road and traffic rules.

http://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/Home/

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