• Steps to apply for a learner’s licence in Andhra Pradesh 

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    Applying for a learner’s licence is compulsory under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. Every individual who wishes to drive a car is required to follow a two-step process i.e. apply for a learner’s licence and then apply for a driving licence. The four wheeler learner’s licence is issued by the licensing authorities, the Joint Commissioner or Deputy Commissioner and the Regional Transport Officers. The additional licensing authorities are Administrative Officers and Motor Vehicle Inspectors.

    The learner’s licence is valid for a period of 6 months and a person can apply for the permanent four wheeler driving licence after completion of 1 month from the date of issue of the licence. Individuals are advised to apply for the permanent driving licence only if they are confident that they can drive the car as a practical driving test will be taken before the licence is issued. The licence will be provided only after the applicant gets through the driving test.

    Types of learner’s license issued in Andhra Pradesh

    A number of learner’s licences are issued in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Here is a list of a few such licences:

    • MC 50CC: Motorcycles with engine capacities less than 50cc
    • MCWOG/FVG: Motorcycles with varied engine capacities without gear
    • MC With Gear or M/CYCL.WG: Motorcycles of varied engine capacities with gear
    • LMV-NT: LMVs for non-transport reasons
    • MC EX50CC: Motorcycles with an engine capacity more than 50cc, motorcycles with gear, and LMVs

    Eligibility criteria to apply for a four wheeler learner’s license in Andhra Pradesh

    The government of Andhra Pradesh requires applicants to meet certain eligibility criteria as mentioned below to apply for a learner’s licence:

    • Below 50cc: Any person above the age of 16 years can apply for a learner’s licence for vehicles with an engine capacity less than 50cc. In case the applicant is below 18 years old, he/she will have to produce a consent form signed by his/her parent or guardian.
    • Equal to or above 50cc: The individual has to be minimum 18 years old to apply for a learner’s licence for a vehicle with an engine capacity equal to or more than 50cc.
    • Transport vehicle: A person who wishes to apply for a licence for a transport vehicle should be at least 20 years old and should have held a permanent learning licence for minimum 1 year.

    Steps to apply for a four wheeler learner’s license in Andhra Pradesh

    People residing in Andhra Pradesh can apply for learner’s licence either online or offline. The procedures are given below:

    Learner’s license offline process:

    • The individual should visit the nearest RTO and collect the application Form 2.
    • The person should fill in all the necessary details and submit it to the RTO along with the necessary documents.
    • Once the applicable fee is paid, the person can pick a slot to appear for the learner’s licence examination. The exam will test the individual’s knowledge about traffic rules and regulations as well as the driver’s responsibilities on road.
    • If the person passes the test, he/she will be issued the learner’s licence. If, however, he/she does not pass the test, he/she can retake the test.

    Learner’s license online process:

    • Visit https://aprtacitizen.epragathi.org/#!/index.
    • Click on ‘Licence’ and from the drop-down menu click on ‘Learner’s Licence (LLR)’.
    • On the redirected page, read the instructions given and click on ‘Click Here to Apply for Learner’s Licence’.
    • You will be presented with three options – LLR Fresh, LLR Retest, and LLR Endorsement. Click on one of the options depending on whether you are applying for a fresh application, a retest, or an endorsement of the existing licence.
    • Next, select your nationality from the drop-down menu provided.
    • Click on ‘Next’.
    • You will be asked to select the type of authentication you will be providing with the application. You can choose either ‘With Aadhaar’ or ‘Without Aadhaar’.
    • If you select ‘With Aadhaar’, you will have to provide your Aadhaar details and authenticate it using biometric data or OTP from your registered number.
    • If you select ‘Without Aadhaar’, you will be asked details such as your name, date of birth, gender, blood group, etc. You will also be required to provide your Aadhaar number in this step.
    • Next, you will have to upload the necessary documents as requested.
    • Once the documents are uploaded, the applicable fee has to be paid.
    • Then, the convenient time slot for the learner’s licence can be selected.
    • The individual will be issued a learner’s licence if he/she completes the online test at the RTO.

    Documents required to apply for a four wheeler learner’s license in Andhra Pradesh

    The list of documents required to be submitted by the applicant to get a learner’s licence are:

    • Application Form 2
    • Proof of residence
    • Proof of age
    • Medical certificate – Form 1, Form 1A
    • Recent passport-size photographs

    Thus, applying for a learner’s licence in Andhra Pradesh is a simple process and individuals can choose between the online or offline medium.

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