A girl has been jailed for sitting 150 riding assessments for other folks.
Inderjeet Kaur, 29, sat theory and helpful checks all the absolute most life like way by Britain, including in Swansea, Carmarthen, Birmingham and London, from 2018 to 2020.
She became in the ruin caught when workers at test centres modified into concerned she became impersonating candidates.
They alerted the Driver and Automobile Requirements Company (DVSA) and an investigation became began by Tarian, the regional organised crime group for southern Wales.
Officers realized that Kaur became sitting assessments for candidates who can also now not talk and browse English in return for cash.
Kaur, of Llanelli, South Wales, pleaded guilty to fraud at Swansea Crown Court on Wednesday, July 6, and became jailed for eight months.
Drivers who secured licences fraudulently by Kaur for the time being are anticipated to occupy them revoked, the DVSA said.
Detective Chief Inspector Steven Maloney, of Tarian, said Kaur build lives in pain by sitting the assessments for unqualified drivers.
“The crimes Kaur dedicated build harmless toll road users in pain by allowing unskilled and unsafe motorists to occupy seemingly legit licences,” he said.
“Security on our roads has constantly been a priority and bright those who flaunt the regulation ensures that we’re going to be in a position to attach unqualified drivers off the toll road.
“By working with the DVSA, this complex criminal investigation highlighted the extent of Kaur’s offending which became purely out of greed.”
Caroline Hicks, head of regulatory companies and products and transformation on the DVSA, said: “The DVSA’s priority is to guard each person from unsafe drivers and vehicles.
“Riding and theory assessments exist to lend a hand guarantee folks occupy the unbiased appropriate files, abilities and angle to pressure on our roads.
“Circumventing the assessments puts lives in pain, we now occupy ideas in situation to detect test fraud and can near down vital on the oldsters enthusiastic.
“This comprises cancelling test passes which were received fraudulently.”