Obtaining a driving license in our country has always been considered a daunting task. The driving test at the Regional Transport Office (RTO) has been a source of anxiety for many. However, there’s good news! With the new rule in place, you no longer need to make multiple visits to the RTO or undergo a driving test.
What has changed? Let’s delve into the details.
No more driving test
Under the revised regulations, you are no longer required to undergo a driving test at the RTO to obtain a driving license. This new rule has been implemented by the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.
Enroll in a driving school
Instead of visiting the RTO, you will now need to enroll in a recognized driving school to obtain your driving license. You have the option to choose any driving school and register your name for the license. Additionally, you can also opt for training at the driving school and obtain a preparation certificate, which eliminates the need for a driving test at the RTO. Your certificate will be included with your license application, ensuring a hassle-free process.
Process for obtaining a driving license
To obtain a driving license without a test, follow these steps:
- Enroll in a recognized driving school with a validity of 5 years.
- Complete the training provided by the driving school.
- Pass the examination conducted by the driving school.
- Receive a certificate upon successfully passing the examination.
- Submit the certificate to the RTO for issuance of your driving license.
Please note that the driving school’s certificate is crucial for obtaining your license under this new rule.
Stay informed about the latest updates and changes to driving license requirements, and enjoy the convenience of acquiring your driving license without undergoing a test at the RTO.