Published:Wednesday | March 24, 2010 | 12:00 AM
The Editor, Sir:
I am writing this letter on my smartphone at the motor vehicle examination depot. If we are to move forward as a nation, we must increase productivity. We must come up with novel ways to improve the service. My suggestion is a system I have seen used in England, where the task of testing the vehicle's fitness is divested to certified private automechanics, who, in the event that there is a need for any adjustments on the vehicle they can immediately deal with the problem. This would cut the Government's cost and increase efficiency at the same time by reducing the waiting times.
I am, etc.,