Wednesday, March 9, 2005

Certificate for Driving means more frequent trips, inconsistent treatment at problematic driver's license testing stations reports that UT law students Jen Comiskey and Maha Ayesh discovered "discrepancies between Department of Safety regulations and how individual driver's license stations implement them."

"They also found occasional problems that include 'rudeness and hostility, number skipping, false assumptions (and) inconsistent acceptance of documents,' according to the presentation they gave at a November community meeting in Knoxville."

Holders of a Certificate for Driving have to return annually to renew the document, compared to once every five years for a driver's license.

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