Road Training teachers believe that Navarro makes a mockery of Parliament

Road Training Teachers are incredulous in a statement by the level of 'ignorance' that shows Navarro in that hearing, the Congress of Deputies, as' among their specious arguments to justify their stubbornness in granting permission for Points mentioned that drivers have to do every 5 years, the CAP on a course of 200 hours, and that some of these centers are driving schools CAP. "

The Federation pointed out that the training duration is 35 hours and most of the centers CAP (Certificate of Professional Competence) are driving schools, says while not understanding how the Traffic Safety Commission allows a senior to appear before them and give wrong information in answer to a Parliamentary question with a lot of time.

In this way, say the Road Training teachers, Pere Navarro mockery of the legal control of elected representatives, not the Commission itself arbitrator remedies.

Teachers also refer to Navarro argument about how easy it would be to make the nocturnal schedule of courses for driving schools in the event of a change in the criterion of 'concession' into 'consent' or 'communication ', made fraud to allow the lack of assistance in exchange for money.

This is considered an insult to the field of Road Training 'to doubt our professionalism', which 'probably deserved to take legal action against his prosecution. "

Road Training Teachers add that, in short, 'so that the DGT is more comfortable, allows free competition is violated (the National Commission of Competition it is), put the nail driving schools and their teachers have made a tremendous effort and financial staff to be accredited as CAP sites. "

Similarly, 'allows a monopoly in the course of recovery points, harms denying drivers the choice of where to retrieve your points, forcing them to travel up to 60 km, making them wait their turn and undermines a culture of law, a tradition Our legal democratic state as the 'public interest'.

Not content with this, in his explanation of Road Safety Plan 2011-2020, Pere Navarro argued that 'the issue of accompanied driving is not so urgent for this year, yes I want to establish the legal basis for its future implementation before the end of 2011, but he understands that it is social demand '.

However, within the measures set by the Government as priority action for the 'Road Training' is precisely the "accompanied driving" over others, such as a much needed and demanded 'road training audit "that would review the current system: training of teachers, principals and examiners, evaluation systems of the students, and so on.

This review of the 'Road Training' would modernize and make it more efficient, effective and above all would have an incalculable impact on improving road safety.