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South African tech helps get your drivers license faster

Proposed changes to the National Road Traffic Act could see it taking up to 12 months longer to get a drivers license.
iDRIVE.co.za says new technology developed by it simplifies the process.

iDrive says, "after years of research and testing the new system is designed to provide learner drivers with all the training, resources and qualified driving instructors required to become a legal driver."

iDRIVE founder Rafiq Phillips says, "Every week learner drivers send hundreds of SMS and email messages directly to driving schools."

"Knowing that we only connect them with qualified driving instructors ensures that the education and training they receive will increase the chances of them passing the first time, alleviating the backlog at testing stations."

According to a World Wide Worx's study about internet access in South Africa. "6,02-million people have access to the internet on computer, laptop and tablet."

Phillips says this is the audience iDRIVE.co.za has been designed for.

Source: The Times
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