Police from the Sharon region recently arrested a resident of Taibe and a resident of Moshav Rantiya on suspicion of fraud, accusing the two of selling the answers to the written driving test to driver's license applicants.
The two allegedly charged NIS 4,000 per test, and would transmit the answers via walkie-talkie to their clients during the exam, Army Radio reported.
Police said on Thursday that dozens of people would soon be detained for questioning for allegedly using the fraudulent services to pass their written driving test.
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