A Driving Licence is an official document certifying that the holder is suitably qualified to drive a motor vehicle or vehicles.
Under the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 India, no person can drive a motor vehicle in any public place unless he holds a valid Driving Licence issued to him, authorizing him to drive a vehicle of that particular category.
In India, two kinds of Driving Licences are issued: Learner's Licence and Permanent Licence. Learner's Licence is valid only for six months. Permanent Licence can be availed only after the expiry of one month from the date of issuance of the Learner's Licence.
Documents to be attached
Residence proof attested copy of any of the following:
Life Insurance Policy
Voter Identity card
Pay slip issued by any office in the Central/State or a local body
The approval from parents in blood relation can be treated as residence proof, if parents enclose their residence proof.
Age Proof attested copies of any of the following:
Certificate from Central/State Govt. or a local body
Identity card/voter card
PAN of Income Tax card
Other authentic proof acceptable by M.L.O.
Application for learner licence with pass port size photo graph.
Medical certificate It is required in case of commercial licence.
Learner licence form with photographs.
Self declaration of Medical fitness.
For obtaining a Learner's Licence, you will need to apply in the prescribed format to the RTO(Regional Transport Office) in your region, along with required documents.
After verification of your documents, you will have to go through the Learner's Test.
Usually a handbook of traffic rules, signs and regulations is provided with the application form.
On passing the Learner's Test, you will be issued a Learner's Licence. If you fail the test, you will be given a chance to take the test again.
The learner licence is issued to the applicant who has passed the learner examination. It is issued on the same date after 2-3 hours of completion of examination or after evaluation of the answer sheet.
If the applicant does not qualify the learner test, he is given chance after one-week time.
Rs.210/- for one category.
Rs.270/- for two categories.
Rs.330/- for three categories.
This fee includes all kind of fee payable for licences excluding photograph card, which is to be paid at the time of permanent driving licence.