Hohoe DVLA holds workshop for motorcycle licence applicants

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By Lorlornyofm April 16, 2017 09:58

Hohoe DVLA holds workshop for motorcycle licence applicants

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), Hohoe Office, has held a training workshop for persons who have applied to acquire licence A which will permit them to ride motorcycles.

The workshop which was held at the premises of the DVLA in Hohoe took the 36 participants through road signs, road markings and their interpretations.

They were also taught lessons in defensive riding so as to prevent accidents.

The applicants were told to always keep their headlights on to make them visible to other road users.

Debunking the misconception that headlights weaken batteries of motorcycles, one of the instructors, Samuel Ankudey said headlights of motorcycles are powered by regulator/rectifiers when engines are started.

Interacting with Lorlornyo News after the workshop, Mr Ankudey encouraged riders without licences to visit the offices of the DVLA to acquire one, adding the authority has abolished the computer-based test system for motorcycle licence applicants.

“Acquiring a licence is not difficult. I will urge people who wish to ride or drive and don’t have licences to visit any office of the DVLA to acquire one. We have also abolished the computer-based test system for motorcycle licence applicants.”

Story by Geoffrey Gah-Mensah

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By Lorlornyofm April 16, 2017 09:58
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