SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, March 24 (EUROPA PRESS) –
Members of the Investigation and Analysis Group of the Canary Islands Traffic Sector, in collaboration with the Provincial Traffic Headquarters of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Civil Guard, have identified four people during the theoretical exams to obtain the driving license for the class B when using a mobile phone and wireless microphone.
The events were detected in the examination room of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Provincial Traffic Headquarters between March 15 and 20 when the four applicants raised suspicions about the possibility of using foreign aid to carry out the theory test. .
Those affected are four males aged 27, 32, 25 and 52, and after carrying out the necessary checks, the agents verified that they were using a communication system with the outside of the classroom consisting of a wireless headset and a mobile phone hidden in their clothing.
The Civil Guard informs in a note that they face a fine of 500 euros and the impossibility of taking a new exam within a period of six months.