There is a high level of misconception and miscommunications across the globe on persons who qualified to hold a driver’s license to enable them drive vehicles.
The misconception, according to available records generated series of argument and debate between law enforcement agencies and some drivers who owns driver’s license.
In order to clear the miscommunications and misconceptions widely spread, Coverghana.com.gh deems it necessary to provide a verified education on persons who qualify to hold driver’s license.
Who is a driver?
A driver is a person who drives a vehicle such as cars, buses, motors etc.
What is Driver’s License?
A Driver’s License is a legal document of authorization, or an official document that permits or gives a person the required or legitimate right or permission to operate or drive a vehicle.
Below are category of persons disqualified for holding Driver’s License and driving vehicle.
1. A person is not qualified to drive a motor cycle, if he or she is under 18 years of age.
2. A person is not qualified to drive a commercial vehicle, if he or she is under 25 years of age.
3. A person is not qualified to drive an agricultural tractor, if that person is under 25 years of age.
4. A person is not qualified to drive any other motor vehicle, if that person is under 18 years of age.
Any person who goes contrary to these regulations commits an offence and is liable to pay a fine or be jailed or both.