Rabat - Moroccan minors aged between 14 and 18 will soon be able to pass their driving licence examination, according to a draft bill adopted yesterday by the government.
Rabat – Moroccan minors aged between 14 and 18 will soon be able to pass their driving licence examination, according to a draft bill adopted yesterday by the government.
The Governing Council, meeting on December 28, adopted two draft decrees concerning the application of the Highway Code. The first text concerns minors over f 14 and under 18 years old who wish to pass the “AM” driving test, reserved for mopeds with a displacement of no more than 50 cc. Their applications will now be subject to certain conditions specified in the decree.
The same text also updates certain provisions relating to notifications of drivers in the case of offenses requiring the withdrawal of points from the driving license. These cases have been completed and certain provisions have been added concerning the number of points remaining on their licences after the offenses.
The second decree concerns professional driving. Carried by the Secretary of State for Transport, the legal text now requires to have the professional card to be able to drive the assistance vehicles intended for the towing of broken or damaged vehicles.
For the government, it is a necessary measure to “strengthen the skills of this category responsible for driving the vehicles used in this activity and improve the level of road safety.”