Documents needed for driving license
Getting a driving license is always a dream for all the kids specially boys. Even some of us can relate how eagerly we use to wait to turn 18 because it is obvious that 18 is the legal age to get a driving license and getting a driving license is not easy as you think. You have to go through some serious test both theoretical and practical. It was easier to get DL four to five years back but today it is really a hectic task. Government has passed some strict laws which all the Road Transport Offices across the nation has to follow. Let’s get started how to apply for a Driving Licence step by step , And What are The Documents needed for driving license
To get a Driving License whether it may be for two wheeler or Light Motor Vehicle you have to first apply for a learning license which is valid for six months. After completion of tenure, one must apply for Driver’s License but before that at the time of submission of learning license application you need to provide your nearest Road Transport Office with a valid residential proof, age proof, and your Aadhaar card which has to be submitted along with the application. It can be done physically at your nearest Road Transport Office or online.
Just after the completion of first step for driving license Road Transport Office allots date and time for the attendee to be present at Road Transport office along with your own vehicle if not RTO will provide a test vehicle for auditing purposes.
Documents required for Driving License
You need some important documents for applying Driving License. You have to submit these documents after filling the form.
- Your age proof
This is the most important document which will proof your age that if you are eligible for the Driver’s License or not. You can submit any one document from the following.
- Birth certificate
- PAN Card
- 10th class mark sheet
- TC with your DOB printed on it
- Your current address proof
This is needed if you are applying for a Driver’s License in a state other than your home state then it is needed to submit the following document.
- Rental agreement
- Electricity bill
Any one document you can provide
- Your permanent address proof
This document will proof that you are the resident of this country only so for this you have to provide any one of the following document.
- Aadhaar card
- Electricity bill (issued on your name)
- Ration card
- LIC bond
- Voter ID card
- Additional requirement
Apart from all above documents you are needed some more things for applying Driving License like
- Application form
- 6 passport size photograph of the applicant for learning license
- 1 passport size photograph for permanent license
- Application fees
- If you are above 40 then you have to submit a medical certificate.
After you know about the documents you must know how to apply for a driving license. You can apply online by just following the easy steps given below.
- Visit the official Parivahan website
- Click on the driving license related services.
- Select the state from which you are applying
- Select the “apply for Driving license” option
- Fill in all the details such as name, address, mobile number, etc.
- Upload the documents needed
- Pay the application fee
- Book time slot during which you can give the driving test.
- Present at the Road Transport Office as per the booking date.
- You will receive your permanent driving license at your given address.
- Can a 17 year old get a license in India?
17 years old can get a license to drive two-wheeler. For driving four- wheeler you must be of 18 years.
- What is the full form of LLR?
LLR is Learner’s License Registration.
Some facts about driving license
- A driving licence has its validity for 20 years. You must visit RTO office to renew your driving licence.
- You need to secure 12 marks out of 20 to pass the driving test.
- Alpha-numeric code at the back of your driving license depicts various classes of vehicle.
- The oldest driving license holder in the UK is a 107 year old woman
- Henry Ford didn’t have a driver’s license until he was 56.