Due to automated test tracks, the waiting period for a driver's license will now be decreased permanently.

For individuals who have obtained a Permanent Driving License in Delhi, the Kejriwal government has good news. The long wait for a permanent license in Delhi will now be cut in half. The Delhi government has already begun planning for the construction of eight more automated driving circuits.

The Kejriwal administration has good news for people who have obtained a permanent driver's license in Delhi. The long wait for a permanent license in Delhi will now be cut in half. The Delhi government has already begun planning for the construction of eight more automated driving circuits. Only a few days from now, a tender will be released for this. Let us inform you that in Delhi, the permanent license driving exam is now administered solely on an automated test track. At the moment, the department's 11 Automated Driving Test Tracks are used to administer tests in 13 zonal offices.

Kailash Gehlot, the Transport Minister of Delhi, has announced that eight additional automated test tracks will be available in the next three to four months. This will enable for more tests to be completed in a single day, reducing the time spent waiting. In Delhi, driving examinations are currently solely done on automated test tracks.

Those who obtain a Permanent Driving License (DL) in Delhi can breathe a sigh of relief!

Let us inform you that these eight new exam tracks will be constructed in Delhi's six Industrial Training Institute (ITI) centers. Pusa, Jafarpur Kalan, Mayur Vihar, Shahdara, Jail Road, and Narela would be the locations for these test tracks. In addition, these courses would be produced in two Delhi government universities. Indira Gandhi Tilly Technical University (IGTTU) for Women andDelhi Technological University (DTU) Bawana will construct these tracks.

This declaration was made by the Delhi government.

The Delhi government has extended the validity of transit papers to December 31 due to the long wait. The Delhi administration took this action after receiving an influx of exam applications in recent months. In Delhi, there is currently a two-to-three-month wait to apply for the test. According to the Transportation Department, once the new track is up and running, it will take less time to obtain a permanent driver's license in the following days.

Let us notify you that the Transportation Department has developed the e-learner license facility as part of its faceless service concept, which lets a candidate to take the driving test from their home or office. Learners license holders in Delhi may now apply for vacancies online. Applicants are offered time slots to take the driving test without having to visit a department office. The license is provided to the applicant's address when they pass the test.

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