Driver’s Written Test to Be Automated

Driver’s  Written Test to Be AutomatedDriver’s  Written Test to Be Automated

The driver’s license written test in Iran will be computerized soon, announced the head of the Driver License Processing Center at the Traffic Police. “By automating the test process, human error will be eliminated and the chances of cheating will be reduced to a minimum,” said Colonel Hoveyda Tazar, Mehr News Agency reported. The test places will also be separated from driving schools (where applicants currently visit to take the test), and the schools will only be used for training courses. In Iran it is mandatory for those who want to obtain a driving license to take driving courses at designated schools. There are 1,474 registered driving schools across the country. According to data released by the Tehran Traffic Police, 1.7 million new driving licenses were issued in 2014 alone.

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