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

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    The driving licence is a very important document that every car driver should carry at all times when he/she is driving. The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 has made it mandatory for individuals to get a four wheeler driving licence to be legally permitted to drive a car. Apart from this, the driving licence also works as an identity proof and can be used in various KYC procedures.

    The driving licence is issued by Regional Transport Offices (RTOs). However, before applying for a driving licence, one has to go through the process of applying for a learner’s licence. The learner’s licence gives an individual the permission to drive a car to learn how to use it. Once the person is confident, he/she can apply for a driving licence for which he/she will be required to take a four wheeler driving test.

    The state of Maharashtra issues learner’s licences through its RTOs. Given below are a few details about the same.

    Types of learner’s license issued in Madhya Pradesh

    The RTOs in Madhya Pradesh provide learner’s licences for each class of vehicles as given below:

    • Motorcycles with gear
    • Motorcycles without gear
    • Heavy passenger vehicles
    • Heavy goods vehicles
    • Medium passenger vehicles
    • Medium goods vehicles
    • Motor vehicles of specific descriptions

    Eligibility criteria to apply for a Four Wheeler learner’s license in Madhya Pradesh

    To get a learner’s licence, one has to meet the eligibility criteria specified for each class of vehicle as follows:

    • In case of vehicles with engine capacities more than 50cc, the person should be 18 years or older.
    • Individuals who wish to get a licence for a transport vehicle should have held a licence for an LMV for at least 1 year and should be minimum 20 years old. Additionally, he/she should have completed education up to standard 8.

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

    The learner’s licence can be applied by the applicant in person at the nearest RTO or online on the official website of the Madhya Pradesh Transport Department. The procedures for both options are given below:

    Learner’s license offline process:

    • Visit an RTO.
    • Collect the application form for learner’s licence and pay the fee for the same.
    • Fill up the form and submit it along with the relevant documents.
    • Pick a slot to appear for the learner’s licence test conducted at the RTO. Pay the fee for the test.
    • Appear for the test as per the slot chosen.
    • Clear the test to receive the learner’s licence.

    Learner’s license online process:

    • Visit the official website of Madhya Pradesh Transport Department: www.dpes.mptransport.org.
    • Click on ‘New’ under ‘LL – Learner Licence’.
    • Select the relevant district RTO from the drop-down menu. Fill in all the necessary details including Aadhaar number, date of birth, gender, contact number, etc.
    • Then, click on the checkbox for one of the available dates and time slots as per your convenience. Click on ‘Apply Learner’s Licence’.
    • In the next step, upload all the necessary documents.
    • Appear for the learner’s licence test on the selected date.
    • The learner’s licence will be issued once you clear the test.

    Documents required to apply for a flearner’s license in Madhya Pradesh

    The list of documents that one requires to apply for a learner’s licence is:

    • Application Form 2
    • Medical certificate and physical fitness forms 1 and 1A.
    • Age proof
    • Address proof
    • Passport-size photographs

    The four wheeler learner’s licence issued by the RTOs in India is valid for a period of 6 months. A person can apply for a driving licence after completion of 1 month of receiving the learner’s licence. Once he/she clears the practical driving test, the permanent driving licence will be issued.

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