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A TOTAL of 55,000 vehicle owners were found to have allowed unlicensed individuals to drive their vehicles from January to May this year, according to Road Transport Department (RTD) deputy director-general (planning and operations) Aedly Fadly Ramli.
He said most of the offences involved family, especially parents who allowed their children, including minors, to drive without a licence.
“According to RTD’s latest observations and analysis, there has been no significant change in attitude and responsibility for the past four years.
“This was evident when 347,300 vehicle owners were found to have allowed individuals without a licence to drive their vehicles from January 2019 to May this year,” he said in Chukai, Terengganu, last night.
Aedly warned the public that offenders will be prosecuted under section 26 (1) of the Road Transport Act 1987, which provides for a fine of up to RM3,000, imprisonment of up to three months, or both.
“Besides that, the RTD can also seize their vehicles under section 64(1) of the same act,” he said. – Bernama, June 25, 2022.