MVD's techno gear shift leaves wannabe drivers in the lurch

T'puram: Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) seems to be moving ahead with time by incorporating latest technology but without giving adequate training or time for people to shift to the new gear. MVD here has launched Automated Driving Test Centre which has special track fitted with cameras to conduct 'H' test for giving car licence. But none was able to clear the test for the lack of adequate exposure to such a track. Many people pass the two-wheeler test but the driving test for the car is complicated as the track has slopes. Also, the new centre has no drinking water or toilet facilities adding to the woes of people including women who wait for hours in scorching heat for the driving test.

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