Permis à Points : Driving License Counterpart -> a burden

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  • http://themediaguru.blogspot.com carrotmadman6

    The Fail is strong with this one.

    You might have to redefine stupidity.

  • http://www.facebook.com/akiavelic A-Key Illuminaki

    donc si mone bien comprend, mo bisin asT ene coffre fort pu garde sa + baygon + anti fungus spray + humidity je sais pas quoi encore!! prend dimune pu bouffon!!

  • http://profiles.google.com/reena.dkl Reena Devi Kissoon-Leste

    If you start trying to understand the system over here, you might end up mad…lol!!!

  • http://tinyurl.com/2f7olfl Mike

    LOL there is a problem with administration in MRU. I suppose the signature part should read “signature on behalf of Licensing Officer”. They love paper here, must be a hereditary illness from the colonial days. My information is that any foreigner who is using the international license does not require the DLCP. However, if they commit a driving offence the points system will be applied and electronically recorded. I suppose the paper will eventually be redundant when the police force have a proper data network? As for showing their web address on the document that proves that they do not know how to use “page set-up”. As for MID = N/A ?

  • Tushal

    Human stupidity knows no limit.

  • http://profiles.google.com/akashsky Akash Gura Goredo

    ” I suppose the paper will eventually be redundant when the police force have a proper data network”

    Can you please stop supposing? :-) If I tell you that they still take your statements with pen-and-paper, not even a word-processor. Sorry, most police stations don’t even have a PC. Records are still searched for manually – a person goes at a records room somewhere in PLouis and searches through files and files. Just a question to make you understand that you’re too much in advance for Dodoland – do you remember that smart-phone that every policeman should be carrying? You’re speaking of something that will not come in, er, half a century. At least.
    Political people here are so fond of mimicking every fad from other devekopped nations, aping any gadgetry craze and never ever think about applicability to the local context, and other implementation / maintenance issues. No ground-up analysis and design.
    Just copy-paste.
    Monkeys, parrots, I tell you.

    Speak about “Cyber Island”…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Chadee-Ashwin/100000441468004 Chadee Ashwin

    @ yashvin awootar to ti bizin ecrire ” HOW STUPID” sur papier la meme au lieu dans en cahier LOL

  • http://www.yashvinblogs.com Yashvin Awootar

    LOL. haha.

  • http://tinyurl.com/2f7olfl Mike

    I understand what you are saying. However, the PM and his government is continuously talking about advancement ref modernisation in the police policy context. Added to that MRU is benefiting from several police and security training given by several countries. Then you have all those EU and other country grants. How to explain the use of old methods when financial and human resources are available? The answer must be the Dodoland attitude that you mention, i.e. mindset.

  • http://profiles.google.com/akashsky Akash Gura Goredo

    Speaking about those training bursaries, they’re reserved only for rewarding a coterie of yes-men. Just like anywhere else in the civil-service.

  • MotiZil

    “Every driver starts with a balance of 0 points. The first one to score 15 points will have his license suspended for a period of 6 months on top of the individual fines which still need to be paid.”

    Can you please correct this. Many people have not yet understand the point system. In fact, your license is not suspended when you reach 15 points. It is in fact when you get your 16th point that your license is suspended and 11th point for those having Learner.

    Information confirmed from Mauritius Police Force.

  • http://www.yashvinblogs.com Yashvin Awootar

    Thank you for this valuable piece of info. I will update it right now.
    1 point is a big deal :-)

  • Ashvin Bhookhun

    Les 19 délits sous le permis à points et le barème de déduction de points prévus sont les suivants :

    Délits Barème de déductions

    non-port du casque de moto 2 à 4 points
    refus de céder le passage prioritaire 3 à 6 points
    refus de s’arrêter lors d’un accident 4 à 8 points
    refus d’obtempérer aux instructions de la police 2 à 4 points
    usage du téléphone au volant d’un véhicule 2 à 4 points
    usage de véhicule sans les feux prescrits 3 à 6 points
    cargaison non-sécurusée sur véhicule 3 à 6 points
    non-respect de la priorité au passage piétonnier 4 à 6 points
    dédoublement de véhicule au passage piétonnier 4 à 6 points
    excès de vitesse (par moins de 25 km/h) à la limite 2 à 4 points
    excès de vitesse (par plus de 25 km/h) à la limite 4 à 6 points
    excès de vitesse (par plus de 50 km/h) à la limite 6 à 8 points
    non-port de la ceinture de sécurité au volant 2 à 4 points
    dédoublement sur ligne blanche 2 à 4 points
    non-respect des panneaux de signalisation 2 à 4 points
    conduite dangereuse 8 à 10 points
    conduite imprudente (section 123 c) 3 à 6 points
    non-respect des couloirs sur l’autoroute 3 à 6 points
    homicide involontaire et coups et blessures 8 à 10 points

    La disqualification du permis de conduire pour une période de six mois interviendra avec un cumul de 15 points pour les chauffeurs et de 10 points pour ceux détenant un Learner”

    Le chauffeur, dont le permis a été annulé pour la première fois, peut le récupérer de manière automatique suite à une demande officielle à l’expiration des six mois. “Attention, si ce chauffeur récidive et voit son permis être annulé une seconde fois avec les 15 points, il devra recommencer à zéro avec un Driving Test à la Traffic Branch après le délai de disqualification”, avertit la police.

    Le nouveau barème des amendes est le suivant :

    Infractions Amendes

    Excès de vitesse Rs 2 000
    Non-respect de Traffic Sign Rs 2 000
    Non-respect à la priorité (passage clouté) Rs 500
    Doublement sur le passage clouté Rs 500
    Usage de cellulaire au volant Rs 2000

  • Ashvin Bhookhun

    parey kuma soz

  • Khoush

    I fail to see the point of carrying the DLC around with me along with my driving licence. I mean, what will the police officer do after he sees my DLC? As far as I know, the DLC will be produced in court when there is any conviction. So, how does it help the police if I have my DLC with me or not when I’m driving? Moreover, even if I have exceeded 15 points, what’s to say that I won’t still have my first photocopy accompanying my licence? (the one showing 0 point)

  • Tushal

    excès de vitesse (par moins de 25 km/h) à la limite 2 à 4 points
    excès de vitesse (par plus de 25 km/h) à la limite 4 à 6 points

    B si mo ti pe faire exactly 25 km/h plis ki limit?

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  • Alain Bastien

    Sometimes I just wonder where are those Laureats ? as from this year 68 nominees ? And we still need Foreigners to resolve our major issues !!! Are we really an independent country ?

  • Alain Bastien

    5 points et demi ?