Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Driving Licence (DL) is a Document, in the form of card . Which is issued by the state government which states that the cardholder is eligible to drive the vehicle for which he has got a licence.

Yes, driving license is required for every person to drive legally on the road.

The following documents are required for Driving Licence:

1. Address Proof.

2. Proof of Age.

This is a number that tells about the state name, vehicle authority branch code, licence issue year, driver profile ID, etc.

Example - JH-14-2018-0062327 Where JH - is State Name , 14 - is Vehicle authority branch code , 2018 - is licence issue year , 0062327 - is Driver profile ID . which is unique for each individual .

A driver's licence for a private vehicle is valid for 20 years or until the age of 50, whichever comes first. A commercial driver's licence, on the other hand, is valid for 3 years.

It is very easy to apply for a driving license here

1. We ask for very few documents

2. We complete the process within 8 hours.

3. Even after the process is complete, we guide the customer to the property through the mail.And stay connected with the customer

4. We solve any kind of problems of the customer very quickly until the customer is satisfied.

It is valid up to 6 months.

Yes , it is compulsory.

It is only after 30 days of acquiring a learner's licence can a person become eligible to apply for a permanent driving licence.

One can apply for re-test after 7 days.:

It is very easy to apply, just enter your few Personal Details

1. Address Proof.

2. Age Proof.

3. Previous Licence Number

If the application for renewal is submitted more than one year after the expiration of the licence, the applicant may have to retake the driving test. The previous law of a one-month grace period after the expiration of a licence has been abolished.

A paper licence issued by any RTO anywhere in India is valid for all purposes in India until it expires. RTO, on the other hand,has stopped Issuing new paper licence After the expire of the paper Licence and is now issuing Micro-chip embedded Smart card Licence.

No, It is against the law in India to have multiple driving licences from different states.

Yes, Because a driver's licence obtained anywhere in India is valid throughout the country. This means that if you have an Indian driving licence, you can drive in any state or RTO office in India.

At present, each applicant is clearing the test after four to five attempts.