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Driving Licence

Applicants who wish to apply for a Learner’s Licence need not brave the long queues at the Regional Transport Office (RTO) anymore, but can fill out the form and submit their application online. With the introduction of the online Learner’s Licence application, applicants can fill out the form and submit it as well as book their driving test appointment, all from the comfort of their home. Similarly, one can also submit an online appointment for driving licence.

How to apply for Driving Licence online?

Applying for a driving licence online is a simple process and involves only a few steps. Go to the official Sarathi website of the Road Transport & Highways Ministry. From the column named “Sarathi Services,” select “New Driving Licence.” You will be redirected to a new web page, which will have all the details about it. Read through the instructions. Download the form and fill all the required information.

Link: https://sarathi.parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice7/stateSelection.do

Driving Licence through RTO or Offline in India

  • The applicant has to obtain a Form 4 which is the application form for motor vehicle driving licence in India. The Form can be downloaded from the state transport website. (https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan) Alternatively, the customer can also visit the nearest RTO to procure Form 4.
  • Completely fill the application form and submit it with other documents like age proof and address proof at the RTO in the jurisdiction in which you live. Also, schedule a slot for Driving licence test at the RTO and pay the fee for taking the test.
  • Be present at your Driving licence test center on the specified time and date. Once you clear the test, your driving licence will be awarded on the spot or will be sent to your registered address.
  • Also, if you are taking driving lesson from a Driving school, the school will help you apply for a driving licence.


For Complete Information on Driving Licence and Vehicle Related issues browse this website https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan