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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CAG has come out with the findings that licences are being issued to driving schools, flouting norms. According to the rules, licences can be issued only to schools which have at least one vehicle from each category and all of them have duel control facilities.
 
But the CAG has found out that driving schools that have got licence didn’t have these facilities.
 
In 1227 driving schools under 11 RTOs, 5,472 with expired registration period were found. Despite that, RTO had given permission for driving schools to use those vehicles for training. Fitness certificates and registration date of these vehicles were often not checked. 
In the 1,270 cases regarding overloaded good vehicles, compounding fees were not charged, incurring a loss of Rs1.22 crore to the government. In 2014-17, 14,127 vehicles were found with expired permit, causing a loss of Rs 3.32 crore to the government exchequer.
 
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