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31 May 2014 :: 09:05:11 am 88372

Banglamung Department of Provincial Transport Crowded

The reporter reported that the Department of Land Transport was crowded with many Thais and foreigners renew their driver’s license before the new test curriculum comes into effect on 1 June 2014.
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CHONBURI – May 31, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]: In compliance with the new policy issued by Department of Land Transport to intensify the driving curriculum and test for the best interest of their citizens, the Provincial Land Transport Office of Chonburi Banglamung Branch now have revised training and test to obtain a new driver’s license . This is also to improve driving skills and enhance knowledge and understanding of driving safety to the public.
 

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Mr. Kosin Veerananthanapan, head of the Department of Land Transport revealed that the old curriculum has 30 test questions, out of which a candidate must pass atleast 75% of the test. Whereas, the new curriculum has 50 questions randomly taken from the 1,000 main questions that is accessible to public with questions and answers on official transport website www.dlt.go.th
 
Mr. Kosin also revealed that there is an increasingly number of people who are now coming and taking the test before the new curriculum comes into effect. He emphasized that the initial training is 4 hours only and at present, Banglamung Provincial Transport Office has signed an MOU with Technical College Pattaya and Sattahip Techincal College to request for a training facility on weekend starting from 2 June onwards. People who live nearby can hence apply for training and contact the transport office nationwide accordingly once they have passed the test.

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