Any individual who wishes to apply for a permanent four wheeler driving licence will have to apply for a learner’s licence and pass the learner’s licence test. Residents of Tamil Nadu can apply for a learner’s licence through the official website of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (Sarathi) or through the Tamil Nadu Transport Department’s website.
It is mandatory to have a four wheeler learner’s licence since it keeps you from being penalised when learning how to operate a vehicle/car. In India, any individual who wishes to learn how to ride or drive a vehicle is required to have a learner’s licence, as per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. You will only be able to apply for a permanent driving licence, which is a legal requirement for those who wish to drive vehicles in public places, if you have a learner’s licence.
You can apply for a learner’s licence to ride or drive any of the following categories of vehicles:
Residents of Tamil Nadu who wish to apply for a learner’s licence online will have to do as follows:
An individual who wants to apply for a four wheeler learner’s licence will have to submit the following documents:
You can start learning how to drive motorised vehicles once you receive a learner’s licence from the RTO. Keep in mind that the learner’s licence is valid for a period of 6 months. You will need to apply for a permanent driving licence within this period. You can apply for a permanent driving licence one month after the issuance of your learner’s licence.
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