Kuwait may put a halt to the issuance of new driving licenses to foreigners.

Kuwait stop granting driving licenses to expats

Senior traffic authorities in Kuwait are debating whether to stop granting driving licenses to expats, who make up the bulk of the country’s population.

Lt Gen. Faisal Al Nawaf, Undersecretary of the Interior Ministry, met with senior traffic authorities on Wednesday to discuss a proposal to stop granting driving licenses to expats.Trending Now: Britain is looking for new trade deals with Gulf nations

See also  Family Visit Visa Kuwait

The group discussed the proposal’s advantages and drawbacks. On the plus side, the publication claims that stopping the issuing of new driving licenses for foreigners will result in fewer automobiles on the road, decreasing traffic congestion and accidents. The conferees also considered the potential negative consequences of a corresponding prohibition.

See also  Kuwait has lifted the ban on PCR tests for travellers.

Lt Gen. Al Nawaf authorised the development of a new “advanced” method for awarding driving licenses to foreign residents, as well as the provision of information on the number of expatriates recently awarded driving licenses and their influence on the country’s traffic scene.

See also  Kuwait has resumed issuing new visas to expatriates in all categories.

Foreigners account for roughly 3.4 million of Kuwait’s 4.6 million overall population. Watch More: Gulf Tech & News




Works as an in-house Writer at Gulf Tech Plus and focuses on the latest smart consumer electronics. Closely follows the latest trends in consumer IoT and how it affects our daily lives. You can follow him on Facebook, Instagram & YouTube.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button