The digital driving licenses and paper documentations been deployed by the DVLA have gradually cleared out all the middlemen who were earlier engaged in manipulating with fake documents at the various DVLA offices.
The Bono East district manager of the DVLA, Victor Ekow Takyi Sagoe speaking with the Nkyeremu News team said, all the DVLA offices across the country have switched from manual to biometric which makes it more difficult to fake.
He said with their new modifications, there would be no way to fake the driving license since it demands ten fingers print with code numbers.
Victor Ekow Takyi Sagoe said there are few others who still try to fake their temporary driving license but they cannot try with a driving license designed on the standard rubber plate.
The DVLA manager has cautioned all Ghanaians to avoid the middlemen in manipulating faked documentation since it cannot help either side.
The DVLA manager, Victor Takyi used the occasion and addressed drivers to avoid, overspending, overloading, and reckless driving among others which attribute to several road accidents.