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Driving school affair: Investigations into bribery at TÜV Nord

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D as reports the 'Bild' newspaper in Hanover. The police searched the TÜV headquarters in Hanover and about ten other buildings on Tuesday (January 19th), including in Hildesheim. The suspects are said to have helped foreign learner drivers get their driver's license.

Public prosecutor investigates 350 cases

Chief Public Prosecutor Hans-Jürgen Lendeckel told the newspaper: 'After According to our findings, the suspects are said to have collected around 700 euros per person for this. We are investigating 350 cases. ' It is about bribery, misjudgment and violation of copyright law. The TÜV employee is suspected of having forwarded top secret test questions with translation to driving instructors, which they then passed on to foreign learner drivers.

About a year ago, a TÜV employee and a driving instructor were in Göttingen on probation convicted for illegally obtaining German driver's licenses for Brazilian Bundesliga soccer players.

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