Kuwait 32,000 foreign driver’s licences Revoked

Kuwait 32,000 foreign driver’s licences Revoked. According to the Department of Transportation, the number of new driving licences issued decreased by 43 per cent between January and the end of October 2021, from 72,000 to 41,000.

From January through the end of October 2021, 32,000 driving licences were cancelled in Kuwait, with thousands of Kuwaitis, including thousands of foreigners, having their licences cancelled at the same time. A 43 per cent decrease in the number of new driving licences issued, with the number dropping from 72,000 to 41,000, was also seen.

Approximately 32,000 foreigners have lost their driving licences in Kuwait as a result of the government’s inability to satisfy the necessary standards, while foreigners who got driving licences illegally in the first ten months of this year have increased by a factor of three. Licenses were cancelled, as were the driving licences of 2,400 Kuwaiti individuals who had their licences revoked owing to mental illness, some of whom had vision impairments, and the vast majority of whom were males.

According to the local newspaper Al-Rai, the number of new driving licences issued plummeted by 43 per cent between January and the end of October 2021, with the total number of licences issued falling from 72,000 to 41,000, according to General Traffic.

Colonel Nawaf Al-Hayan of the department claims that the department is severe when it comes to giving driving licences, particularly after tying them to other government ministries, such as the Ministry of Residential Affairs, the Public Authority for Manpower, and the Authority for Disabilities. Individual ministries are included.

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