City Traffic Police (CTP) Rawalpindi has decided to improve the quality and transparency of the current driving license process. CTP Rawalpindi has launched a computerized traffic sign testing system.
It is launched for the license issuance of both the Light Traffic Vehicles (LTV) and the Heavy Traffic Vehicles (HTV)
Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Rawalpindi, Muhammad Bin Ashraf spoke about this new system and said,
“The new computerized system will ensure a more transparent licensing procedure. This decision has been taken because previously, licenses have been issued without proper testing due to which a lot of drivers who lack the basic knowledge of road signs and laws are certified with a license to drive.”
Motor Vehicle Examiner (MVE) will collaborate to conduct the computerized test for the licenses of LTV and HTV.
The present procedure of attaining a license is quite complicated as people don’t know where to get the information from.
But now in order to improve this system, CTP Rawalpindi has decided to set up an information desk at the traffic police headquarters’ entrance. It will help the general public in attaining information.
They will get information regarding the procedure for attaining the driving license from the information desk. It is important to end the culture of references by allowing every person to have equal access to information regarding license attainment.