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Get your driving license without a test at RTO - Know the process

The Driving licence can be obtained from accredited driver training centres without undergoing the mandatory test at the RTO. Under the new rules notified by the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the accredited driver training centres can issue driving licences to eligible candidates after
successful completion of training.

The central or state transport departments will operate such training centres.

Those applying for driving licences will have to enrol for training at any of these driver training centres and pass the exam conducted by them.

Once the candidate clears the test, the training centre will issue a certificate. After obtaining the certificate, the candidates can apply for a driving licence. The licence will be issued based on the training certificate without any test at the RTO.

The training centres will be equipped with simulators and dedicated driving test tracks. Those who can clear the test at the training centres will be issued licences without visiting the RTO for a test.  

The accredited training centres can provide training for light motor vehicles (LMVs) and medium and heavy vehicles (HMVs).

The total duration of training for LMVs will be 29 hours, which should be completed within four weeks from the start of the course. The training centres will provide both theoretical and practical knowledge.

These centres are also authorised to provide industry-specific specialised training. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways issued the notification in June last year regarding the training centres.



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