NIS 4,000 fine over driver’s license

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Beer Hatorah Yeshiva has decided to take back students who were expelled after secretly getting driver’s licenses, as long as they deposit a check of NIS 4,000 (about $1,058) and promise not to drive.

The students’ driver’s licenses will not be revoked, but should any of them be caught driving – the yeshiva will cash the check as a fine.

About three months ago, the prestigious Jerusalem yeshiva decided to issue expulsion letters to 30 students who attained driver’s licenses against the institution’s regulations.

The yeshiva management used the students’ ID numbers, against the law, to check the Transportation Ministry website and find out who of its 350 students owns a driver’s license.


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