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Employee found guilty of accepting payment to pass cars from VRT

An employee at a VRT garage ended up with his licence suspended for ten years after he was found to have certified a car which was not supposed to have passed the test.

Michael Anthony Cahill from Zurrieq, employed at a VRT garage in Luqa, was found guilty of accepting €90 to sign a  false declaration and pass a car from its VRT test without it ever being brought in for the test.

The case happened in January 2017. Apart from losing his licence for ten years, Cahill was fined €500.

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