MORTH has made 58 RTO services, including driver's license, vehicle registration, and transfer of ownership, available online using Aadhaar authentication.
With the use of optional Aadhaar identification, up to 58 citizen-centric services pertaining to driver's license, vehicle registration, and ownership transfer are now available online. The provision of such services in a faceless and contactless manner, according to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), would significantly reduce the burden of compliance while saving citizens valuable time.
As a result, there will probably be substantially less traffic at the regional transport offices (RTOs), which will make them operate more effectively. Online applications for learner license, duplicate driving license, and driving license renewals are among the services for which a citizen is voluntarily needed to submit to Aadhaar authentication. No driving proficiency exam is necessary for these services.
Among the other online services for which a citizen must voluntarily submit to Aadhaar authentication are the issuance of an international driving permit, changing the address on a conductor license and applications for transfer of motor vehicle ownership. Any person who does not have an Aadhaar number may use this service in physical form by verifying their identification by physically providing an alternative document to the relevant authority in accordance with Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR) 1989, according to a notification released by the ministry on September 16.
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