A student of Singapore Safety Driving Centre (SSDC) is apparently trying to sell his riding test date in an online forum, and wonders if it is legal to do so.
"I personally feel that traffic examinations should be treated with respect. There should not be any grey areas in the procedures of the examinations," said the STOMPer in an email to STOMP yesterday (Apr 4).
"If it is not legal, I hope actions will be taken," he added.
In a written reply to STOMP, the SSDC representative said:
"We would like to stress that as far as SSDC is concerned, our customers are strongly told to refrain from selling or transferring of test dates.
Action would be taken by SSDC if a student was found auctioning their test date in our premises."
This follows a STOMPer's feedback last Saturday (Apr 5) on a riding student who was selling his Class 2A Traffic Police practical test date in an online forum.
Said: "There should not be grey areas in the procedures of the examinations."
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