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Police reject licence number claims

Wednesday 21 June 2017 | Written by Richard Moore | Published in Local

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Police reject licence number claims
A group of young holidaymakers from Kaikoura, New Zealand, gives the thumbs up to Monday's lowering of the motorcycle licence fees for visitors to Rarotonga. The group was waiting to pass their driving ability tests at the police station before heading out to see the sights of the island. 17062010

Police are refuting claims that the introduction of new laws regarding motorbike helmets - and higher fees for first-time riders - have affected the number of licences being issued.

Police are refuting claims that the introduction of new laws regarding motorbike helmets - and higher fees for first-time riders - have affected the number of licences being issued.


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