Obtaining a Licence in Madhya Pradesh.

To drive a car, everyone must have a valid driver's license. A driver's license not only grants the bearer a certificate of competence, but also responsibility for driving abilities and traffic laws. The Motor Vehicles Authority issues a learner's licence in accordance with Rule 10 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 (CMV Rules, 1989). The licence is only valid for 6 months.

Madhya Pradesh Learner's License Types

A learner's permit permits a person to learn to drive a two-wheeler, three-wheeler, or four-wheeler. To learn professional driving for commercial vehicles, the individual must enrol in a motor driving school. To be eligible for a learner's licence, the applicant must be at least 16 years old (for private cars) or 20 years old (for commercial vehicles).

Non-Transportation Vehicle:

The applicant, who is 16 years old, is issued a learner's permit for a 60cc non-geared motorbike. In the case of light motor vehicles or motor cycles equipped with gears, the applicant must be at least 18 years old. A declaration form completed by the applicant's parents is required.

Vehicle of Transportation:

Applicants seeking a commercial or transport vehicle learner's licence must be at least 20 years old. A year of driving experience in a light motor vehicle is required. The applicant must additionally provide a CMV- Form 1A , which must be signed by a medical practitioner.

Documents Required

To qualify for the licence, the following papers must be presented to the Madhya Pradesh Transport Zonal Office:

  • Age proof (birth certificate, school certificate)
  • Three recent passport size photos
  • Proof of residence (Aadhaar card, passport, utility bills)

Photocopies of the above-mentioned documents should be authenticated by a Gazetted Officer or Notary Public before being presented to the office. Original documents must be taken with you for verification.

How to Get a Learner's Permit in Madhya Pradesh?

The Road Transport Department in Madhya Pradesh is in charge of providing learner's permits. The licence can be obtained in two ways- online or offline. The licence price is Rs 30 for each kind of vehicle. To apply for a learner's permit online.

The following procedures must be taken:

    1. offline:

    The applicant can go to the local RTO and complete out the necessary paperwork and documentation. After the documents have been checked and the costs have been paid, the applicant will be summoned to take a preliminary exam. If the candidate passes the exam, he or she will be awarded a learner's permit. In the event of a failure, the candidate will be requested to return a week later for the theoretical exam.

    2. Online:

    • To apply for a learner driver license, go to the Madhya Pradesh Regional Transport Office's official website.
    • Choose the proper form and slots. Fill out the form correctly, including all needed information and the theory test slot.
    • Confirm that all data have been filled out precisely and correctly, and then proceed to the payment gateway. Pay the applicable fees based on the vehicle category. Net banking, credit or debit card payments are all acceptable.

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