Acquiring a Learning License is the first step to towards getting the Driving license that allows you to drive in India. The learning license is issued by the Regional Transport Office (RTO) and acts as a provisional and restricted license.
To get a Learner’s License, one must be familiar with rules and regulations related to road safety. It is issued to the candidate after passing an online test about road rules. It also allows you time to undergo training required to drive a motor vehicle. You must obtain a Learner’s License for the relevant class of vehicle before you can get a Driving License. You can practice driving with a person holding a permanent Driving License, only if you have a learner’s license.
The Learner’s License applicant must be well versed with traffic rules & regulations. The applicant must have valid address proof and age proof documents.
The candidate must be at-least 16 years old. Consent from guardian or parent must be obtained.
The candidate must be aged at least 18 years.
The candidates must have finished at-least 8th standard of schooling and must be at least 18 years old. In some states, the minimum age requirement is 20 years.
The fees for a Learner’s License are Rs. 150 for a class of vehicle. The applicants will have to make the payment at the time of submitting the documents and application form.
To apply for Learner’s License in India, the following documents will be required: