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It is a well-known fact that getting a learner’s license is the first step in the process of getting a motor vehicle license. If you wish to drive your car legally on Indian roads, you need a valid license. A learner’s license refers to a provisional license issued to individuals during their learning stage. The idea behind this is that drivers must use this period to improve their driving skills before obtaining a permanent license. Even if you are a skilled driver already, you cannot bypass this step.
In Maharashtra, the procedure to get a learner’s license is quite similar to that of other states in India. The entire process is very simple, and it can be done within a few hours. With the advent of the Internet, you can do most of the procedures online and visit the RTO only for taking the examination. If you are a resident of Maharashtra, you can visit the website for the state’s Motor Vehicle Department and choose the required services. Let’s check the process involved in getting a learner’s license in Maharashtra.
As noted already, learner’s license is the first step in getting a permanent license. It provides authorisation to newbie vehicle users that they have the approval to learn how to drive. The test involved in taking a learner’s license helps people become aware of the rules and regulations associated with driving a motor vehicle or car. Since safety is the key when it comes to driving motor vehicles, it is necessary to use the time provided for learner’s licenses to improve one’s vehicle expertise. Moreover, it also certifies that the individual is medically fit enough to handle a motor vehicle.
The eligibility criteria for getting a learner’s license remain the same in all major states across the country. The following eligibility criteria must be satisfied before getting a learner’s license:
The following list of documents must be submitted when you are applying for a learner’s license in Maharashtra:
The transport department of Maharashtra provides a lot of information about the license process in its official website (https://transport.maharashtra.gov.in). However, application for learner’s license can be made directly through the Central Government’s Ministry of Road Transport and Highways website (Sarathi). The step-by-step procedures involved in the application process are listed as follows:
You need to consider the following things when getting a learner’s license with the RTO:
1. Can I retake the test if I don’t clear it?
Yes. It is possible to retake the test if you don’t clear it in the first attempt. However, clearing the test in the first attempt is not very hard. Make sure that you know all the traffic signs and signals before you appear for the test. This will help you get a license in the first try.
2. How long should I wait before applying for a permanent license?
Once you have received your learner’s license, you need to wait for one month to apply for a permanent license. This one-month time period commences from the date of issue of the learner’s license.
3. When will I know the results of the test?
In most of the cities and towns, the tests are computerized by the RTO. Hence, it is possible to know the results instantly.
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