Potential driving test changes might affect thousands of people in the UK
An eight week consultation has begun into the way we take our driving tests.
At the moment, both the practical and theory tests can be taken in a number of languages but the Driving Standards Agency want to change that. They argue that the current system allows people to cheat and makes our roads unsafe.
But how could this affect the multi-lingual driving instructors whose specialism is sought after and the people who need to take the test in other languages? Reporter, Pav Bhatti investigates.
Available since: Mon 18 Feb 2013
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