—(1) The Deputy Commissioner of Police may by notice in writing require the person alleged to have been driving or in charge of any vehicle at the time of the occurrence of any accident in which the vehicle was concerned or the commission of any offence connected with the driving of the vehicle to attend before him at such time and place as may be stated in the notice for the purpose of inquiry into the accident.
(2) Such person shall attend and shall answer truly all questions relating to such occurrence or offence put to him by such officer except that the person may decline to answer any question the answer to which would have a tendency to expose him to a criminal charge or to a penalty or forfeiture.
(3) No such answer shall in any case be used in evidence in any proceedings, civil or criminal, except proceedings against such person on a charge of an offence under subsection (5).
(4) Such person shall, if so required by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, produce his driving licence.
(5) Any person who fails, without reasonable cause, to comply with any of the requirements of this section shall be guilty of an offence.