• What to Expect from a Learner’s Licence Test

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    Any individual who wants to ride or drive motor vehicles in the country has to possess a driving licence. To obtain a driving licence, you should start by applying for a learner’s licence. The learner’s licence is issued by a Regional Transport Office (RTO) to individuals who clear the learner’s licence test.

    What is the Learner’s Licence?

    A learner’s licence is an official document that authorises an individual to learn how to ride/drive a motorised vehicle. The learner’s licence is issued for a period of 6 months and the learner’s licence holder is expected to apply for a permanent driving licence during this time.

    Learner’s Licence Test Procedure

    The learner’s licence test will be conducted by the Licencing Authority. It may be conducted online, as a written test, or orally by the RTO. You will need to be physically present at the RTO for the test. Certain key points regarding the test are as follows:

    • You will need to book a slot for the learner’s licence test at the time of submitting your learner’s licence application form and supporting documents. You can do this online or offline.
    • You will need to be present at the RTO well in time for the test.
    • You will be tested on your knowledge of traffic rules and regulations, your duties as a licence holder/rider of a vehicle, the documents that you will need to carry with you while riding your vehicle, etc.
    • A few questions might be text-only, while other questions might involve the use of images.
    • The learner’s licence test has multiple choice questions. You will need to pick the correct answer from the options that are available.
    • You will need to answer at least 60% of the questions right to receive the learner’s licence.
    • If you don’t clear the test, you can reappear for it.

    An individual who receives a learner’s licence can start riding or driving motorised vehicles. However, the concerned individual will have to ensure that he/she is accompanied by a permanent driving licence holder and has an ‘L’ board affixed to the two-wheeler. Once you are prepared for the driving licence road test, you can apply for a driving licence through online or offline channels.

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