Oman: Court Takes Action Against Driving School

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Oman: Court Takes Action Against Driving School

Oman Observer, 22 August 2022: The Souhar Court of First Instance has charged a driving school for failing to provide its services properly.

The driving school owner has been sentenced to two months in jail and ordered to pay a fine of 100 Rials. The Directorate General of the Consumer Protection Authority in Souhar had received a complaint from a pupil at the school. She had been assigned an instructor who had died. The school did not provide her with an alternative and refused to refund her what she had paid. This was an offence under Oman Sultani Decree No. 66/2014.

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