WANT A DRIVER’S LICENSE

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To drive two-wheeler or four-wheeler legally on the roads, an Indian driving licence is mandatory. However, a permanent driving license cannot be received right away. There is a separate process for it.
An individual who wants to drive any type of motor vehicle in India has to get his/her learner’s license first. A learner’s license is issued for learning. After a month of the issued learner’s license, the person has to appear for the test in front of an RTO authority, who upon proper examination, will declare if he/she has passed the exam or not.

To ensure that there is no delay in the application process, the documents that are to be submitted have to be valid and correct. The list of documents required for driving license are:

 

Document Required for Driving Licence

Age Proof (any one of the below given documents):

1. PAN Card
2. Passport
3. 10th Class mark sheet
4. Transfer certificate from any school for any class with date of birth printed on it.

Proof of Address required for DL:

Permanent Proof of address (anyone from the following):

1. Passport
2. Aadhaar Card
3. Self-owned house agreement
4. Electricity bill (issued in applicants name)
5. LIC bond
6. Voters ID Card
7. Ration card

Current Proof of address (anyone from the following):

1. Rental agreement and electricity bill
2. Rental agreement and LPG bill

Other Requirements for Driving Licence:

1. Duly filled application form (to get the application form for driving licence, visit the nearest RTO or download it from the online portal for your state)

2. 6 passport sized photographs (when applying for Learners Licence)

3. 1 passport sized photograph (when applying for driving licence)

4. Application Fees

5. If you are staying in other cities, as current address proof, you can present the rental agreement with one recent utility bill copy which can be gas bill or electric bill.

6. Medical Certificate – Form 1 A and 1 which is to be issued by a certified Government doctor

7. For all applicants over the age of 40 years, a Medical certificate is mandatory.