Recognized Driver Training Facilities Changed by the Ministry of Road Transportation and Highway Rules
If you're planning to obtain your two-wheeler licence, follow the Driver Driving Training Center Scheme. Thus, the government has changed certain crucial aspects of the previous regulations. something you need to be aware of. Let us actually inform you that new regulations regarding approved Driver Training Centers around the nation have been put in place by the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. According to the new rules, getting a licence now requires two-wheeler drivers to take a driving test.
A simulator will be used to teach the vehicle:
Recognized Driver Training Centers are being established around the nation in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The learner will learn how to operate the vehicle from the simulator in this. The centres will award the participant with a certificate once the course is complete. You obtain a licence at the RTO office based on this certificate. The exam does not have to be taken at the RTO office by the participant in the course.
These are the changes:
Let us remind you that in the past, all other sorts of vehicles, including two- and four-wheelers, did not require testing following simulator training. However, under the new regulations, it is now required to take the two-wheeler licencing exam while operating a vehicle. In other words, both a practical and theoretical portion of the test will be required. Only those who pass this exam will be issued a two-wheeler driving licence.
Why the regulation was altered?
Let us inform you that Gurmeet Singh Taneja, the head of the Bus and Car Operators Confederation of India (CMVR), claims that two-wheelers must be balanced rather than larger vehicles or four wheels. Although the learner may operate the vehicle from the simulator, no balancing training is provided, hence outdoor training with two wheelers is now required.
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