Stop the exams for the license in the red areas. That is: Piedmont, Lombardy, Calabria and Valle d’Aosta. A week after the last DPCM, a new decree from Minister Paola De Micheli arrives with which all driving exams are suspended until November 21st.
The news triggered immediately the reaction of the operators in the sector. With this provision – reads the press release from Unasca (National Union of Driving Schools and Automotive Consultancy Studies) – driving schools will reduce activity by 50%, but will not be able to access any contribution because they are open, therefore excluded from the Refreshments.
A situation that Unasca defines absurd and too penalizing for a sector that has already paid a lot and which also experiences the delays of the DMVs on a daily basis. The Union polemically points out that the sector operators have not been heard on the latest measures (After numerous interviews, we have not received any communication from the Ministry and we learned the news of the decree from the MIT website), who asked at least not to interrupt the practical exams for A, C and D licenses, for which – in the case of motorcycles and buses – the problem of physical distancing is not posed in the same terms as for the B license.
At this point Unasca asks that all driving schools, nautical schools with activities in the red zone-regions are at least included among those for which refreshments are provided.
November 13, 2020 (change November 13, 2020 | 13:14)
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