How to Apply for Driving License in India..?

How to Apply for Driving License in India..?

Hi Friends welcome Back to Needsofpublic.com In this article, we have to learn how to apply for a Driving licence in Online. Yes, many people are likes to drive a car or ride a bike. If you want to drive yourself on roads. you should learn the driving first. Then you have to apply for a driving licence. Applying for driving licence is most important.

As per the motor vehicle act 1988. Without Driving licence, No one will be allowed to drive motor vehicles in public places or roads. Hence we should have a valid driving licence. Nowadays applying a driving licence is a very simple and easy procedure. You do not have to stand in along queue to submit your Driving licence application.  The best thing is you can apply online in 10 minutes if you have all the documents.

Before going to apply for Driving licence. We should have a learner licence (LLR). So don’t worry  I will explain all the steps in detail.

Required documents to be submitted for LLR

1) ID Proof: Voter id, Aadhaar card, Passport. etc..

2) Address Proof: Passport, Ration card, Life Insurance policy, Voter’s id card.

3) Age Proof: SSLC marks card, Passport, Birth certificate, School TC, or Court Affidiviate

4) Passport size photos

5) Physical Fitness Declaration (form 1).

6) Medical certificate (Form 1-A). if your age more than 50 years.

Apply for Lerner’s licence Online:

Friends, you people need not brave the long queues at the Regional Transport Office (RTO) anymore. You can submit your application online in simple steps.

Step 1: Click on this link: https://sarathi.parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice12/stateSelection.do here choose your state

Step 2: Click on Apply Online and choose “New learners licence”

Step 3: Follow the below stages to complete application submission.

             1. Fill Applicant Details

             2. Upload Documents

             3. Upload Photo and Signature

             4. LL Test Slot Booking

             5. Payment of Fee: 200/- Rs

Step4: Once you are done with the above steps next day you will receive a confirmation message from RTO. Then you can download the LLR online.

A Learner’s Licence is valid for a period of 6 months from the date of issue.  Learner’s Licence issued in any state or Union territory is valid throughout the country for the duration of licence validity. remember that a Learner’s Licence is valid only for 6 months.

Once you receive the LLR, After 30 days you can apply for New Driving licence (DL). Now I will explain how to apply for a Driving licence online. Before that please ready with below documents.

Required documents to be submitted for DL:

1) Learner’s Licence.

2) Address Proof: Ration card, Passport, Aadhaar card, etc..

3) Passport-sized photograph.

Procedure to submit your online application:

Step 1: Click on this link: https://sarathi.parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice12/stateSelection.do here choose your state

Step 2: Click on Apply Online and choose “New Driving licence”.

Step 3: Follow the below stages to complete application submission.

           1. Fill Applicant Details

           2. Upload Documents

           3. Upload Photo and Signature if required (applicable for only some states)

           4. DL Test Slot Booking (applicable for only some states)

           5. Payment of Fee

Please check the form once you have filled it in for errors or omissions. And choose the best available date for DL test. And Don’t forget to carry the original documents with you when you go for your driving test.

After completing the above steps, an auto-generated Web Application Number will appear on the screen. Note the number for future reference and to check the status of the application. Then you will get your DL within 15 days

Download Your LLR here :

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