Holder of learner’s licence for motorcycle need not be accompanied by instructor: Karnataka HCSeptember 11 2019
In a recent judgment, the Karnataka High Court held that a learner’s licence is a valid licence, and that the holder of such licence for a motorcycle does not need to be accompanied by an instructor.
The judgment was passed by Justice K Natarajan in an appeal filed by National Insurance Company Limited against the order passed by a Motor Accidents Claims Tribunal (MACT) at Belagavi, Karnataka.
A claim was filed by the husband and the son of the deceased . . .
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