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    In India, There are various kinds of driving licences that you can obtain. which include:
    1.  A common driver’s license.
    2.  For a geared motorcycle.
    3.  For without gear motorcycle.
    4.  For commercial and transport vehicles.
    As every license type comes with its collection of requirements, It is quite confusing to discover your license eligibility. For examples, candidates who need a license for motorcycles without gear should be at the age of 16 years or above and hold parental or guardian consent, if applying as a minor. While a license for geared motorcycles has a higher age requirement.

    Overview of Learner's License in India

    To be able to legally drive a vehicle on Indian roads, you must hold a valid Driving License. The first step to obtaining a Driving License in India is getting a Learner’s License. A Learner’s License is a document issued by the respective state Regional Transport Office (RTO) and Regional Transport Authority (RTO) and acts as a provisional & restricted License. One must be familiar with road sense and rules to get a Learner’s License. In India, Learner’s License is issued to the candidate after he passes a written or online test that will test his knowledge on road rules. After you get a Learner’s License, you will be allowed to practise driving on public roads provided that you are accompanied by a person who holds a permanent Driving License. You must obtain a Learner’s License for the pertinent class of vehicle before you can get a Driving License.
    Each region and state in India has its own RTO or RTA office in all major cities from where you can get your Learner’s License. Also, many state RTOs now have their own online portal in which you can apply for a Learner’s License without any hassles right from the comfort of your home. With all applications forms for Learner’s License readily available online and websites offering mock Learner’s License tests, getting a LLR has become a cake walk.

    Types of Learner's License in India

    Driving License and Learner’s License in India are awarded based on the class of motor vehicle. Depending on the class of the vehicle, the eligibility criteria also vary. Here are some of the most common class of vehicles.

    Personal use MC 50CC (Motorcycle 50 cc) Motorcycles with engine capacity of 50 cc or less than 50 cc
      LMV – NT Light Motor Vehicle used for non transport purposes
      FVG Motorcycles of any engine capacity but with no gears like scooters and mopeds
      MC EX50CC Motorcycles with a capacity of 50 CC or more, motorcycles with gear and Light Motor Vehicles (LMVs) including cars
      MCWG or M / CYCL.WG All types of Motorcycles including Motorcycle with gear
    Commercial Use HGMV Heavy Goods Motor Vehicle
      LMV – TR Light Motor Vehicle used for commercial purposes
      HPMV All India driving permit for trucks and cars or open license / Heavy Passenger Motor Vehicle
      LMV – NT Light Motor Vehicle for non transport purposes
      MGV Medium Goods Vehicle



      Eligibility for Learner's License in India

      Depending on the class of motor vehicle and the type of learner’s license sought for, the eligibility criteria for Learning License differs. The eligibility conditions for various types of Learner’s License offered in India is given below.

      Motorcycles with gear The candidate must be aged at least 18 years.
      Motorcycles without gear with up to 50 cc capacity The candidate must be aged at least 16 years. For candidates less than 18 years of age, the consent from guardian or parent must be obtained.
      General Requirement for obtaining a Learner’s License The Learner’s License applicant must be fluent with traffic rules & regulations. The applicant must have valid address proof and age proof documents.
      Commercial Heavy Vehicles and Transport Vehicles The applicant must have finished 8th standard of schooling. The applicant must be at least 18 years old. In some states, the minimum age requirement is 20 years.

      Learner's Licence Form

      Individuals who are looking at obtaining a driving licence in India are required to fulfil certain conditions. One of the key conditions is having a learner’s licence Form.
      The application form for a learner’s licence consists of two sections to be filled out, as follows:
      •   Particulars to be furnished by the applicant: The applicant is required to enter the following details when applying for a learner’s licence-
      •   Personal details such as name, address, date of birth, place of birth.
      •   Educational qualification.
      •   Type of Indian citizenship (by birth, naturalization) along with documentation.
      •   Blood group.
      •   Previous driving licences held with details (if any).
      •   Driving school certificate (if required).
      •   Exemption from medical test (if applicable).
      •   Declaration that particulars entered in the previous section are true, along with the signature of the parent/guardian of the applicant.

      Documents Required to get a Learner's License in India

      Why do you need a LL in India?

      Here are some of the reasons as to why you need a Learner’s License in India.
      •  To learn driving a motor vehicle, you must first get a Learner’s License for that class of vehicle. A Learner’s License legally allows you to learn driving with an experienced instructor or driver on Indian roads.
      •  If you hold a valid Learner’s License, you can practise driving with a permanent Driving License holder. This will help you polish your driving skills before you take your vehicle out.
      •  Getting a Driving License is a precursor to getting a Driving License. It is easy to apply and get a permanent Driving License if you hold a valid Learner’s License.
      • Holding a Learner’s License and practising on roads will help you get familiarized with road rules which will in turn help you when you are driving.

      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

      Yes, your Learner's License is valid throughout the country for six months from the date of issue.
      Yes, first of all an experienced license holder must accompany you and you cannot carry any person other than your instructor on the pillion. Secondly, you must paste a 'L' sign at the front and rear of your vehicle which will act as a sign for other drivers that you are a novice.
      In India, a Learner's License is valid for a period of six months. Once the LL has expired, you must either renew your Learner's License or apply for a fresh one depending on the RTO rules.
      No, you will not be asked to drive a motor vehicle to get your Learner's License. You will however have to undergo an online or written test containing multiple choice questions which will test your proficiency on road rules and traffic signs.
      No, you can apply for a Learner's License for a car and non-gear vehicle together. Also, you can take a single test for both. However, you will have to pay the application fee for both car and vehicle without gear.
      CBDT has appointed NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Limited, (NSDL e-Gov), Mumbai, as e-TDS/TCS Intermediary. NSDL e-Gov has established TIN Facilitation Centres (TIN-FCs) across the country to facilitate deductors/collectors file their e-TDS/TCS statement.
      With effect from February 12, 2014, functionality of furnishing the foreign remittance details in Form 15CA and its related features have been discontinued from TIN and same are made available on the e-filing portal of Income Tax Department

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