Taipei--Those who fail to yield to vehicles with drivers taking a road test will face a fine of up to NT$1,800 (US$58.8) from next month, according to revised traffic safety regulations published by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications
The ministry said that to avoid traffic hazards on the road, road users will now have to yield to vehicles marked with the sign "drivers under test," in addition to fire trucks and ambulances.
Those who fail to abide by the new rules will be fined between NT$600 and NT$1,800.
Under the revised traffic safety regulations, those who want to obtain a driver's license not only have to pass a written test and a simulated road test at their training schools, but will also be required to take a real road test, starting from May.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel