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e-PoS Detects Fake Driving Licence

Published: 29th April 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th April 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA: Using e-PoS technology, the traffic police have detected a fake driving licence with one Sai and arrested him.

According to police, the traffic police stopped Sai at Challapalli Bungalow in their routine checking of documents of vehicles and asked him to produce his driving licence. When he did, the police used e-Pos technology and found that it was a fake one. The card had one number on one side and a different number on the other.

When these two numbers were fed into ePos machine, the answer was that the two numbers were the licence numbers of two different individuals.

On interrogation, he said that he had asked one person to get him licence after handing over his photo and his brother’s driving licence.

A case has been registered at the Governorpet police station.

The police said that e-PoS machine would immediately advice if a vehicle number was genuine or fake as soon as a number is entered. The machine would also be able to help the police identify if a driving licence, RC book and other documents were genuine or fake. The police advised the vehicle drivers to keep their documents with them always.

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