LTA suspends over 200 driving licences
November 29, 2012 12:02 am
The Land Transport Authority has suspended 117 driving license in the west, 54 in the north and 76 in the central division so far this year.
And Chief executive Naisa Tuinaceva has warned offenders that the Authority doesn’t condone habitual behaviour of misconduct by drivers.
Tuinaceva says in the past years most habitual offenders have their driving licences renewed with the perception that they were overlooked by the system.
However he says the LTA will soon introduce an improved IT software system that will have an up to date data on all offenders.
Twelve licence holders in all three divisions have also been given final warnings.