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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Licences

Driving of a motor vehicle is prohibited under the Indian Law unless he is in possession of an effective driving licence. Nobody is born with skill required to perform specific task. Driving is also skill and learned through training under supervision of a skilled driver so the Learner’s Licence.

Applicant should be mentally and physically fit. He must have attained 18 years of age on the date of submission of application for Learner’s Licence. For transport (Commercial) vehicle one must have completed 20 years of age.

Yes, but only to drive a motor cycle without gear fitted with engine capacity not exceeding 50 cc with consent of his/her parents.

Application in Form 2, Application-cum-declaration as to physical fitness in Form 1, Proof of resident and age, Recent passport size photograph, Medical certificate in Form 1A (in case of transport category/above 40 years of age), Driving licence (in case of transport category).

Yes, Applicant has to satisfy the Licensing Authority that he possesses adequate knowledge and understanding of traffic signs, signals, rules of road regulations, and duties of driver when his vehicle involved in an accident, documents to be carried while driving and the fee specified in rule 32.

It is a written test and whoever scores 60% marks, is declared passed.

Learner’s Licence to drive as a learner under the supervision of a person who holds an effective driving licence while holder of driving licence can drive independently.

A Learner’s Licence is valid for 6 months from the date of its issue.

On should learn driving skill under the supervision of a skilled person who possesses an effective driving licence, both must wear helmets of good quality (BIS Mark)/seat belts as the case may be, letter “L” (height 10 cm, thickness 2 cm and width 9 cm) in red on white background on a 18 cm square plate/card to be displayed at front and rear of vehicle.

To the jurisdiction of licensing authority he/she normally resides.

After 30 days and before the expiry of 6 months from the date of its issue.

Yes, provided he is accompanied by a person possessing an effective driving licence, vehicle is insured and a letter “L” in red on white background displayed at front and rear of the vehicle.


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