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 MOTOR VEHICLES RULES, 1969

 

Rules

Contents

 

 

Chapter 1

Preliminary

 

1

Short title, extend and commencement

 

2

Definitions

 

3

Payment of fees

 

4

Power of Government to exempt motor vehicles from the operation of the rules

 

 

Chapter II

 Licensing Of Drivers Of Motor Vehicles

 

5

Licensing Authority

 

6

Authorization to drive a public service vehicle

 

7

Power to make inquiries of applicant for driving licence

 

8

Testing Officers

 

9

Testing of trainees of the Road Transport Corporation

 

9-A

Minimum experience for a driving test

 

9-B

Re-appearance of a driving test

 

10

Appellate Authority

 

11

Conduct and hearing of appeals

 

12

Photograph to be affixed to She medical certificate

 

13

Requirements as to photograph

 

14

Licences lost or destroyed

 

15

Defaced or torn licences

 

16

Issue of duplicate licences

 

17

Temporary authorization in lieu of a licence

 

18

Procedure when licence is forwarded to a Court

 

19

Learner’s driving licence

 

20

Disqualification under Sections 16 and 17

 

21

Intimation to original authority of endorsements and renewals

 

22

Change of address of licence holder

 

23

Schools of motoring

 

24

Appellate authority

 

25

Conduct and hearing of appeals

 

26

Fees for the issue and renewal of driving licences

 

26-A

Renewal of licence by Postal Authorities

 

27

Certain persons to be exempted from driving licence fees

 

 

Chapter III
Registration Of Motor Vehicles

 

28

Registering Authority

 

29

Appellate authority

 

30

Conduct and hearings of appeals

 

31

Assignment registered weights

 

32

Assignment and exhibition of registration marks

 

33

Registration mark a trailer

 

34

Particulars to be printed on transport vehicles

 

35

Issue and renewal of certificate of fitness

 

35-A

Licensing of Automobile Workshops

 

35-B

Suspension or cancellation of a licence for the establishment of an automobile workshop to grant and renew certificate of fitness

 

35-C

Appellate Authority

 

36

Temporary registration of newly sold vehicles

 

37

Loss or destruction of certificate of registration of a vehicle other than transport vehicle

 

38

Loss or destruction of certificate of registration and certificate of fitness of a transport vehicle

 

39

Defaced or torn certificate of registration and certificate of fitness of transport vehicles

 

40

Procedure when a last certificate is subsequently founded

 

41

Temporary receipt for a certificate of registration or certificate of fitness taken into possession by competent authority

 

42

Registration fees

 

43

Exemption from payment of registration fees

 

44

Maintenance of record of Motor Vehicles by registering authority

 

45

Authority to suspend certificate of registration

 

46

Hire-purchase agreements

 

47

Transfer of ownership

 

48

New registration marks

 

49

Application for charge of address and alteration in motor vehicle

 

50

Vehicles entering the Province from outside

 

51

Hiring agreement

 

52

Exemption of vehicles in the possession of manufacturer or dealer

 

53

Exemption of road rollers, graders and delivery vans

 


MOTOR VEHICLES

RULES, 1969

 

3rd November, 1969

 

In exercise of the powers conferred by Sections 22, 43,68,69,70,74 ,”95 and 120 of the Provincial Motor Vehicles Ordinance, 1965 (Ordinance, XIX of 1965,), and in supersession of the Punjab Motor Vehicles Rules, 1940 the North-West Frontier motor Vehicles Rules, 1940 the Baluchistan Motor Vehicles Rules, 1940 and the Sind Motor Vehicles Rules, 140 the Governor of West Pakistan is pleased with the Government of West Pakistan, Transport Department Notification No. T-9/225-65, dated the 26th July, 1968 in the Gazette of West Pakistan, Part I, dated the 6th December, 1968, to make the following rules:-

 

Baluchistan N.W.F.P. Punjab and Sind

Motor Vehicles Rules, 1969

Chapter I

Preliminary

 

1.  Short title, extend and commencement : (1) These rules may be called the Baluchistan N.W.F.P. Punjab and Sind Motor Vehicles Rules, 1969.

 

(2)  They shall extend to the whole of the Pakistan, except the Tribal Areas.

 

N.W.F.P. Amendment :

 

 

(2) They shall apply to the whole of the North-West Frontier Province.

 

3. They shall come into force at once.

 

For the word “Corporation” and the words Road Transport Corporation” wherever occurring, the word “Board” and the words “North-West Frontier Province Road Transport Board” shall respectively be substituted.

2.  Definitions : In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires, the following expressions shall have the meaning hereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say :

 

(a) “Articulated vehicle” means a motor vehicle to which a trailer is attached in such a manner that part of the trailer super-imposed on, and part of the weight of trailer is borne by the principle vehicle :

 

(b) “Government”: means the Government of Pakistan;

 

(c) “Form” means a form set forth in the First Schedule to the Ordinance or appended to these rules;

 

(d) “Forwarding Agent” means any registered firm or a company with limited liability engaged in the business of booking goods for transit from one place to another and permitted under Chapter VIII of the rules to use a place for the loading, unloading and halting of goods vehicles;

 

(e) “Motor cab rickshaw” means a motor cab, with three wheels, the unladen weight of which does not exceed 900 pounds avoirdupois, constructed, adapted or used to carry not more than two passengers excluding the driver;

 

(f) “Motor cycle rickshaw” means a motor vehicle with three wheels, the unladen weight of which does not exceed 900 pounds avoirdupois, constructed, adapted or used for private purposes, other than for hire or reward, to carry not more than two persons excluding the driver;

 

(g) “Motor Vehicles Examiner” means an officer appointed by the Inspector-General of Police under rule 35;

 

(h) “Ordinance” means the Provincial Motor Vehicles Ordinance, 1965 (Ordinance XIX of 1965);

 

(i) Passenger” for the purposes of the rules in Chapter IV means any person traveling in public service vehicle other than the driver or the conductor or an employee of the permit holder while on duty;

 

Punjab Amendment:

 

(ii) “Tribunal” means Claims Tribunal constituted under Sec. 67-A of the Ordinance.

 

(j) “pounds” means pounds avoirdupois;

 

(k) “province” means the Province of West Pakistan;

 

(I) “section” means a section of the Ordinance;

 

(m) “urban area” means the area of a municipality, small town or cantonment, or other local area which may be specially notified by Government as urban area.

3.  Payment of fees: The fees prescribed in these rules shall be paid in advance in accordance with the instructions and means notified by Government from time to time.

4. Power of Government to exempt motor vehicles from the operation of the rules: Government, in consultation with the Provincial Transport Authority or the Chairman, Provincial Transport Authority, if authorized by that authority in this behalf, may, by order in writing: exempt any motor vehicles or class of motor vehicles from the operation of all or any of these rules

 

Chapter II

 Licensing Of Of Motor Vehicles

 

              5. Licensing Authority: (1)  The licensing authority shall be the Superintendent of Police of the District or Gazetted Police Officer nominated by him to act as such on his behalf.

 

(2) The area of jurisdiction of each licensing authority shall be the area of the District.

N.W.F.P. Amendment:

 

Provided that the Licensing Authority for the District of Peshawar shall be the Assistant Inspector-General of the Police Traffic, or any person nominated by him in this behalf.

Punjab Amendment:

 

              5. Licensing Authority: The Licensing Authority for the grant of driving licences of various types of Vehicles shall be as under: –

 

(i) for heavy transport Vehicles Assistant Inspector-General of Police incharge of Transport; and Superintendent of Police of the District concerned or any other Gazetted Police Officer authorised by him in this behalf and where an Additional Superintendent of Police is incharge of a Sub-Division of a District, such Additional Superintendent of Police:

 

(ii) for other Vehicles

Provided that for the purposes of renewal of a licence, other than a licence for driving a light or heavy transport vehicle or a licence covered by the proviso to sub-section (4) of Section 12 of the Ordinance, the Post Master Incharge of a Post Office shall be the Licensing Authority.
Provided that for the purposes of renewal of licence, the Post Master Incharge of a Post Office shall be the Licensing Authority.

6. Authorization to drive a public service vehicle: (1) No person shall drive a public service vehicle unless in his licence an authorization in Form C to the Ordinance has been granted or counter signed by a licensing authority.
(2)  No person shall drive a public service vehicle on any road specified in the First Schedule to these rules unless the words “Valid also for his Hilly Roads” have been added to the aforesaid authorization by the appropriate licensing authority.
(3)  Subject to the provisions of sub-rule (4) a holder of a driving licence may at any time apply to the licensing authority in Form L.P.S.A. for the grant or counter signature of the aforesaid authorization and shall forward his driving licence with such application-
(4)  No authorization to drive a motor cab, other than a motor cab rickshaw, shall be granted unless the applicant holds a valid licence to drive a motor car for one year or more. Similarly, no authorization to drive a public service vehicle, other than a motor cab, shall be granted unless the applicant has previous experience in driving a heavy transport vehicle at least for one year. No such restriction shall apply in the case of licence to drive a motor cab rickshaw:
Provided that Government, if satisfied that any vehicle or class of vehicles can without danger to public safety be permitted to be driven without insisting on such previous experience as aforesaid, may, by general or special order, exempt applicants for authorization to drive such vehicle or class of vehicles from the operation of this sub-rule.
(5)  The licensing authority to which application is made as aforesaid may, if it thinks fit in order to ascertain whether the applicant is a fit person for being granted the authorization, make enquiries into his character and antecedents and by a notice in writing summon him to appear before it at such time and place as it may be appointed and may in the case of the holder of a driving licence issued outside the Province or in the case of an application under sub-rule (7) require the applicant to pass the test as set forth in the Third Schedule to the Ordinance notwithstanding that the applicant shall previously have passed the test.
(6)  if the licensing authority is satisfied that the applicant in all respects fit to be authorised to drive a public service vehicle, the driving licence shall be signed or counter signed accordingly. The licensing authority shall then return the driving licence to the applicant thereof and shall at the same time, if the driving licence was issued by a different licensing authority send an intimation in Form L.P.S. to such a licensing authority. The licensing authority shall refuse to grant or counter sign the authorization if it finds that the applicant is not a fit person to be charged with the safe carriage of passengers and property.
(7) Notwithstanding anything herein before contained no person shall be authorised to drive a motor cab or a motor rickshaw within the city of Karachi, Hyderabad, Multan, Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi or Peshawar unless the appropriate licensing authority is satisfied that such a person has adequate knowledge of the topographic features of that city and has granted or counter signed authorization accordingly.
(8)  Where a person holding an authorization to drive a public service vehicle makes an application for its renewal, then he shall, if so required by the licensing authority, submit himself to medical examination to a registered medical practitioner and shall obtain a certificate in Form B (as set forth in the First Schedule to the Ordinance and forward it to the licensing authority together with driving licence.
(9)  If the licensing authority on considering the certificate received by him . under sub-rule (8) is of opinion that the applicant is suffering from a disease which makes driving of a public service vehicle by him undesirable, it may after giving the applicant an opportunity of being heard refuse to renew the authorization applied for.
(10) If a licensing authority refuses to issue or cancel or refuses to renew any licence it shall do so only after giving the applicant an opportunity of being heard.

7.  Power to make inquiries of applicant for driving licence: Upon the receipt of an application for a driving licence, the licensing authority may make such enquiries as may reasonably be necessary to establish the identity of the applicant and to ascertain that the applicant is not disqualified for holding or obtaining a driving licence.

8.  Testing Officers: (1) The test of competence to drive as set forth in the Third Schedule to the Ordinance, shall be conducted:-

 

(a)        in the case of an application for a licence to drive transport vehicle, other than delivery van, or to drive any vehicle as a paid employee, by a Board consisting of:-

 

(i)     the Secretary, Regional Transport Authority of the area concerned;

 

(ii)    the Motor Vehicle Examiner of the area concerned; and

 

(iii)   a representative of the Road Transport Corporation.
The quorum of the meeting of the Board shall be two members, and one of the two shall be the Vehicles Examiner

Punjab Amendment:

(a)         In the case of an application for a licence to drive a public service vehicle, by a Board consisting of–

(i)        One representative of the Police Department to be nominated by the Assistant Inspector-Genera! of Police (Traffic);

(ii)        One representative of the West Pakistan Transport Federation; and

(iii)       One MNA or M.P.A. of the District, to be nominated by Government.

(iv)       Deputy Superintendent of Police (Headquarters) of the District.
The quorum of meeting of the Board shall be two members and one of the two shall be the representative of the Police Department. The test shall be held at least twice a month-

(b)        in the case of licence to drive any other vehicle, by an Inspector or Sub-Inspector or Sergeant of Police authorised by the Superintendent of Police in this behalf:

Provided that in either case a second test may be conducted, if and when so required by any officer authorised in this behalf by Government in consultation with Inspector-General of Police, West Pakistan.

            (2)  Subject to sub-section (7) of Section 7, the applicant shall furnish a serviceable vehicle of the class to which the application refer and present himself for the test at such time and place as may be specified by the licensing authority or the testing officer.

            (3)  The fee payable by the applicant for the test of competence to drive shall- be five rupees for each test and shall be paid before the test is commenced. It shall not be refunded in any circumstances:
Provided that no fee for the test of competence shall be payable by the applicant:-

 

(a)       if he is employed in the service of the Central or the Provincial Government for driving a motor vehicle ; or

 

(b)       if he is ex-serviceman and produces a certificate of proficiency in driving a motor vehicle from an officer of the Armed Forces of Pakistan; or

 

(c)         if he has been exempted by special or general order of the Government.

 

 9.  Testing of trainees of the Road Transport Corporation: Notwithstanding the provision of rule 8, in the case of a trainee of the Road Transport Corporation Training School, recognised by the Board of Technical Education, West Pakistan, the test of competence to drive as set forth in the Third Schedule, Part I to the Ordinance, shall be conducted by a Board consisting of:–

 

(i) a representative of the Board of Technical Education, Pakistan;

 

(ii) Motor Vehicles Examiner of the area concerned; and

 

(iii) the Principal of the Road Transport Corporation Training School, or his representative.
The quorum for the meeting of the Board shall be two members.

Punjab Amendment:
              9. Exemption from Part I of the test specified in the Third Schedule of the Ordinance: The applicant for a licence in possession of a driving certificate issued by a driving institute recognized by the Board of Technical Education in consultation with the Punjab Provincial Transport Authority, shall be exempted from the test of competence to drive as set forth in Part I of the Third Schedule to the Ordinance.

9-A. Minimum experience for a driving test: The minimum experience of driving required for appearing in a test of competence shall be to drive six weeks from the date of such failure.

9-B. Re-appearance of a driving test: A person who fails to qualify in a test of competence to drive may re-appear in the test after a period of six weeks from the date of such failure.

10. Appellate Authority: (1) The authority empowered under sub-section (3) of Section 14 and sub-section () of Section 16 to hear appeals against the decisions of a licensing authority shall be the Deputy Inspector-Genera! of Police having jurisdiction in the District.
(2) The authority empowered under sub-section (4) of Section 17 to hear appeals against the decision of a Regional Transport Authority shall be the Chairman, Provincial Transport Authority.

11. Conduct and hearing of appeals: (1) An appeal under rule 10 shall be preferred in duplicate in the form of a memorandum one copy of which shall bear a Court-fee of one rupee, setting forth concisely the grounds of objection to the order of the licensing authority or the Regional Transport Authority, as the case may be, and shall be accompanied by a certified copy of that order.
(2) When an appeal is lodged a notice shall issue to the authority against whose order the appeal is preferred in such form as the appellate authority may direct.
(3) The appellate authority after giving an opportunity to the parties to be heard, and after such further enquiry, if any, as it may deem necessary, may confirm, vary or set aside the order from which the appeal is preferred and shall make an order accordingly.
(4) Any person preferring an appeal under the provisions of the Ordinance and of this rule shall be entitled to obtain a copy of any document filed with the licensing authority in connection with any order against which he is appealing, on payment of a fee at the rate of fifty paisa per page.

12. Photograph to be affixed to She medical certificate: (1) The photograph to be affixed to the medical certificate of fitness in Form B shall be firmly affixed to the form and the medical practitioner shall affixed his signature or seal to the photograph in addition to signing the form.
(2) The licensing authority may decline to accept a medical certificate of fitness granted more than one month before the date of application for the grant or renewal of a licence as the case may be.

13. Requirements as to photograph: (1) The copies of the photograph required by sub-section (4) of Section 7 shall be not more than two inches by two inches and half in size.
(2) The photograph of the licence-holder when affixed to the licence shall be sealed with the seal of the licensing authority in such a manner that part of the impression of the seal is upon the photograph and part on the margin.

Sind Amendment:
(2-A). The thumb-impression of the applicant shall be obtained on the application form and portion thereof containing the thumb-impression shall be affixed on the licence issued to him.
(3) If at any time it appears to a licensing authority that the photograph affixed to a licence has ceased to be a clear licence authority may require the holder to surrender the licence forthwith and to furnish two clear copies of a recent photograph of himself, and the holder shall, within such time as the licensing authority may specify, appear in person before the licensing authority and present photographs accordingly.
(4) Upon receipt of the copies of the photographs as provided in the preceding sub-rule, the licensing authority shall remove the old photograph from the licence and affix and seal thereto one copy of the new photograph and return the licence to the applicant, and shall, if he is not the” licensing authority by whom the licence was issued, forward the licence alongwith two attested copies of the recent photographs to the authority who issued the same. These photographs shall be compared with the photograph on record with the licensing authority, and, if in order, affix one copy on the licence and after sealing photograph, return the licence to the licensing authority to whom the application was made and such authority shall return the licence to its holder. The other copy of the photograph shall be retained on the record of the issuing authority:
Provided that “f that holder of the licence so desires the licensing authority shall issue a duplicate licence with the new photograph affixed thereto and shall destroy original licence.
(5) When a new photograph is affixed to a licence, a note shall be made upon the photograph of the date of affixure.
(6) The fee for a duplicate licence issued under the proviso to sub-rule (4) shall be five rupees.

14.  Licences lost or destroyed: (1) If at any time a licence is lost by the holder or is destroyed, the holder shall forthwith intimate the facts in writing in Form L L D or in a letting setting out the particulars required by Form L L D, to the licensing authority in whose area he has his place of residence at the time.
(2) Upon the receipt of intimation as aforesaid the licensing authority shall, if he is not authority by whom the licence was issued, forward the application along with the two attested copies of recent photograph to the licensing authority concerned, who after making such enquiries as he thinks fit shall, if he is satisfied that a duplicate may be issued, issue a duplicate and send it to licensing authority to whom the application was made, and it shall return the duplicate to the holder thereof.
(3) Where a photograph is required to be affixed to a duplicate licence issued under the provisions of those rules, the holder of the licence shall furnish the licensing authority with two clear copies of recent photograph of himself, one of which shall be affixed to the duplicate licence.
(4) The fee for a duplicate licence issued under the rule shall be five rupees; provided that if the licence is lost while in the custody of a Court or an authority to which it has been submitted or surrendered in pursuance of the provisions of the Ordinance or these rules, a duplicate copy shall be issued free of charge.
(5) When a duplicate licence has been issued upon representation that a licence has been lost and the original licence is afterwards found by the holder he shall deliver it forthwith to the licensing authority who issued the duplicate.
(6) Any other person finding a licence shall deliver it to the nearest Police Station or nearest licensing authority. The Officer-in-charge of the Police. Station, on receipt of the driving licence, shall immediately forward it to the nearest licensing authority. The licensing authority shall restore the driving licence in case the duplicate driving licence has not been issued and shall substitute it for the duplicate in case such a duplicate has already been issued.

15.  Defaced or torn licences: (1) If at any time it appears to a licensing authority that a licence held by any person is so torn or deface that it has ceased to be reasonably legible or that any important part of the original licence has been detached or is missing or that any unauthorized alterations have been made, the licensing authority may impound the licence and issue a duplicate.
(2) If any of the entries are illegible or are missing or it appears that they have been detached or altered without authority, the licensing authority shall, if he is not the authority by whom the licence was issued, toward the licence alongwith two attested copies of recent photographs, to licensing authority concerned, who after making such inquiries as he thinks fit, shall, if he is satisfied that a duplicate may be issued, issue a duplicate and send it to the licensing authority, who impounded the licence and it shall be delivered to its holder. It is established that deliberate alteration has been made in the licence, the licensing authority shall be competent to cancel the licence after affording an opportunity of being heard to the holder of such a licence.
(3) If a licence impounded as aforesaid is required to have a photograph of the holder affixed thereto, then:–

 

(i)        if the photograph on the impounded licence is in the opinion of the licensing authority satisfactory and conveniently transferable to the duplicate licence, the licensing authority may so transfer, affix and seal the photograph to the duplicate licence; or

(ii)       if the photograph affixed to a licence impounded under the provision of sub-rule (8) is not in the opinion of the licensing authority such as can be transferred to the duplicate licence, the holder of the licence shall on demand by the licensing authority furnish two clear copies of a recent photograph of himself one of which shall be affixed to the duplicate licence and sealed and the other shall be recorded by the licensing authority by whom the licence was issued.

(4) The fee for a duplicate licence issued under this rule shall be five rupees.

 

Baluchistan Amendment:
In sub-rule (4) for the words “five rupees” the words “Ten rupees” substituted.

16. Issue of duplicate licences: When a duplicate licence is issued under rule 13, rule 14 or rule 15, it shall be clearly stamped “Duplicate” in red and shall be marked with the date of the issue of the duplicate and the seal of the licensing authority.

17. Temporary authorization in lieu of a licence: (1) Where the holder of a licence has surrendered it to a licensing authority at other authority for renewal or for obtaining an endorsement to drive a public service vehicle, or for any other purpose under the Ordinance or these rules, and has deposited the prescribed fee, and the licence has not been suspended or cancelled, the licensing authority or other authority shall furnish him with receipt for the licence in Form L-Tem or Form L-Tem (Police) and during such time as the receipt shall be specified to remain in force it may be produced in place of the licence under sub-section (1) of Section 90.
(2) The granting authority in the case of a receipt in Form L-Tem, or a Magistrate or the first class in the case of a receipt in Form L-Tem (Police), may at his discretion extend the term of the receipt issued under the preceding sub-rule by order endorsed thereon provided that a Magistrate shall not extend the term of a receipt if the holder of the licence is present before him and the licence is available in Court.
(3) No fee shall be payable in respect of a receipt given under this rule.

18.  Procedure when licence is forwarded to a Court: (1) Notwithstanding the proviso to sub-section (1) of Section 90, in cases where a driver driving as paid employee or the driver of a transport vehicle has forwarded his licence to a Court under sub-section (2) of Section 116, it shall subject to the condition in sub-rule (2) be a sufficient compliance with Section 90 if he produces the licence within ten days (or in the case of any driver, if he does not receive the licence back from the Court within ten days, then within four days of its receipt) at a police station or such other place-in the region as may be specified by the police officer or other authority making the demand.
(2) No driver shall be entitled to the benefit of sub-rule (1) unless he exhibits to the police officer or authority who has demanded the production of his licence:-
The summons received by him from the Court, being a summon requiring him to attend on a date not more than fourteen days before or after the date on which the demand is made, and
Postal receipt for the registered letter under which the licence has been forwarded to the Court.

19.  Learner”s driving licence: (1) Section 3 shall not apply to any person driving a motor vehicle in a public place during the course of receiving instructions or of gaining experience in driving with the object of presenting himself for the test required by sub-section (6) of Section 7 so long as:-
(i) the driver has obtained and carries a learner’s driving licence in Form L.Lr. entitling him to drive the vehicle;
(ii) there is, besides the driver, in the vehicle as instructor a person duly licensed to drive the vehicle and sitting in such a position as to be. able readily to stop the vehicle;
(iii) there is affixed both to the front and rear of the vehicle a white plate or card seven inches square bearing the letter “L” in red four inches high and three and-a-half inches wide:
(iv) no fare-paying passengers are carried in the vehicle:
Provided that clause (ii) shall not apply to a person driving a two-wheeled motor cycle with or without a side car attached.
(2) A separate application for a learner”s driving licence for each type of a motor vehicle shall be made in LLR. A to the licensing authority having jurisdiction in the area in which the applicant ordinarily resides and shall be accompanied by a fee of rupees ten.
(3) An applicant for a learner”s driving licence shall, if so required by a licensing authority, present himself for a preliminary oral test in the road traffic regulations.
(4) A learner”s driving licence shall be valid for a period of six months and may be renewed for a further period of six months on payment of a fee of rupees two for such renewal.
(5) A licensing authority may after giving an opportunity of being heard refuse to issue or renew a learners” driving licence or may revoke such a licence issued by it for reasons to be recorded in writing which should be communicated to the applicant or the learner”s driving licence holder, as the case may be.
(6) Any person aggrieved by an order passed under sub-rule (5) may appeal within thirty days to the Deputy Inspector-General of Police of the area, whose decision shall be final.
(7) A person driving as a learner shall produce his learner”s driving licence for examination on the demand of any police officer in uniform.

20.  Disqualification under Sections 16 and 17: (1) A licensing authority taking possession of a licence under sub-section (2) of Section 16 shall, if the licence was issued under the Ordinance and was granted by another licensing authority, intimate the fact to that authority.
(2) A Regional Transport Authority, before declaring a person disqualified for holding or obtaining a licence to drive a transport vehicle in the Province, shall give such a person an opportunity of being heard.
(3) When a Regional Transport Authority declares a person disqualified under sub-section (1) of Section 17, it shall, if the person holds a licence, endorse the licence accordingly and shall send intimation of such declaration to the authority by whom the licence was issued.

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