Digital transport operators, Uber and Taxify according to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) will soon be provided with distinct identification after the pilot of its news regulation.
The new regulations which will provide distinct DVLA identification for the digital transport operators will also promote faster registration.
Chief Executive of DVLA Mr.Kwasi Agyeman Busia mentioned that, “the changes would include a clearer identification, a faster registration, and the twice a year renewal of road Worthiness of such Vehicles”.
According to him, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority is ready to implement the Computer based Voice Over Test for drivers without formal education beginning September this year in six local languages (Ga, Akan,Ewe, Dagbani,Hausa and Nzima).
The Authority has been putting in much effort to expand its services across the country.
It is in line with this that it has commissioned a new office at Koforidua to improve efficiency and quality service to customers.