A Learner's Licence (L.L.) is valid for a period of 6 months. Driving Licence (D.L.) should be applied 30 days after after issue of LL and before the end of validity.
How to apply:
1) Submit forms
Application for Learner's Licence should be filled up in form 2/ Online application form accomapnied by:
a) Evidence of correctness of address and age and qualification is required during application. For eg. :
- Electoral Roll
- Life Insurance Policy
- Pay slip issued by any office of Central/ State government or local body
- School certificate
- Birth Certificate
- Certificate granted by a registered medical practitioner not below the rank of a Civil Surgeon, as to age of person.
b) Medical Certificate (Self Declaration of physical fitness should be filled in Form 1 and a medical certificate issued by a registered medical practitioner in form 1A.)
c) Driving Licence if case of learner's licence for addition of Class Of Vehicle.
d) Appropriate fees
e) Blood Group Proof
2) Pay Fees
3) Capture biometricsPhotograph, Signature, Finger Prints are captured.
4) Get Letter Number for Police verification
5) Collect Learner's Licence after Police verification is done.
Requirements and Rules:
No person under the age of eighteen years shall drive a motor vehicle in any public place. Provided that a motor cycle with engine capacity not exceeding 50cc may be driven in a public place by a person attaining the age of sixteen years.
No person under the age of twenty years shall drive a transport (commercial) vehicle in any public place.
Restriction on granting Learner's licecnce to certain vehicles:
No person shall be granted a learner's licence to drive a transport (commercial) vehicle unless he has held a driving licence to drive a motor vehicle for at least one year.
No Person under the age of eighteen years shall be granted a learner's licence to drive a motor cycle without gear except with the consent in writing of the person having the care of the person desiring the learner's licence.
Learner's Licence Holder Rules:
A learner licence holder should be accompanied by an instructor holding an effective driving licence and in such a position to take control or stop the vehicle.
'L' should be painted on the car/ plate/ card on both the front and the rear of the vehicle, in red and a white background.
The painting should be should not be less than 18 centimetres square and the 'L' shall not be less than 10 cm high, 2 cm thick and 9 cm wide at the bottom.
Duplicate Learner's Licence:
On loss of original Leaner's Licence, application for a duplicate L.L. can be made by submitting: Learner's Licence number and Appropriate fees