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Road Safety Act 2006

Section 41: Driver training

134.Section 99ZC of the RTA (Driver training courses: supplementary) is a regulation-making power. Subsection (2) of this section amends paragraphs (b) and (c) of section 99ZC(1) so as to include express provision regarding those persons giving instruction on compulsory driver training courses. Subsection (3) will enable the Secretary of State, by regulations, to make available information about persons providing, or giving instruction on, driver training courses.

135.Subsection (4) substitutes a new paragraph (ff) of section 173(2) of the RTA (forgery of documents etc.) so that it applies to a document evidencing the successful completion of a compulsory driver training course. Subsection (5) amends section 174(1) of the RTA (false statements) so that a person who knowingly makes a false statement for the purpose of obtaining a document evidencing the successful completion of a compulsory driver training course is guilty of an offence.

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