—(1) The holder of a Class 4, 4A or 5 driving licence who is required by the Deputy Commissioner of Police to pass the Proficiency Driving Test shall make an application to the Deputy Commissioner of Police who shall arrange a time and place for the test to be conducted.
(2) Where the holder of a driving licence referred to in paragraph (1) has failed the Proficiency Driving Test —
he may apply to the Deputy Commissioner of Police for a retest; and
until he has passed the retest, his driving licence shall cease to be valid and shall have no effect notwithstanding that he has been certified physically and mentally fit to drive a motor vehicle by a registered medical practitioner in accordance with rule 5(1)(a).
(3) Subject to rule 22(2), the holder of a Class 4, 4A or 5 driving licence that has expired or lapsed before the date of his Proficiency Driving Test or retest may apply to the Deputy Commissioner of Police for a provisional driving licence, the validity of which shall not exceed 6 months and which shall not be renewable.
[S 562/2002 wef 16/12/2002]