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Driving Licence New Rules: New rules announced for obtaining driving license in India, check fees and other details

Driving Licence New Rules 2024: If you are going to get a driving license then this news is for you. Now you will not have to visit the RTO office for a driving license.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has announced new rules for obtaining a driving license in India.

According to these rules, now there will be no need to give driving test in RTO from June 1. Let us tell you that not only this rule has changed but the fees have also changed.

Driving test will have to be given here

To get a driving license from June 1, you will have to give driving test in private driving training centers instead of RTO.

Only these training centers will have the right to organize the test and issue certificates. Let us tell you that apart from this rule, many rules have also changed.

This much fee will have to be paid to get a driving license

Different fees have been fixed for this license. According to the new rules, a fee of Rs 150 will have to be paid along with Form 3 to issue a learner’s license.

If you want to get a learner’s license, the fee is Rs 50. Apart from this, the fee for issuing an international driving permit is Rs 1000 and the fee for adding another vehicle to the permit is Rs 500.

The driving test fee is Rs 300 and the license issuance fee is Rs 200. At the same time, Rs 200 will have to be paid to update the old driving license and Rs 300 along with Rs 1,000 extra fee will have to be paid if you apply after the last date.

Apart from this, if you want to make any changes in any information present in the driving license, then a fee of Rs 200 will have to be paid for this.

Process to get a driving license

Let us tell you that the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has not made any changes in the application process and if you want, you can apply by visiting the official website of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways or you can contact the nearest RTO office for offline application.

According to the new rules, this much fine will have to be paid for overspeeding

If a minor is caught driving, there is a provision of a fine of Rs 25,000. At the same time, from June 1, 2024, a fine of Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,000 will be imposed for driving at a speed higher than the prescribed speed and if a minor is caught driving, then the minor will not be licensed till the age of 25 and there is also a rule to cancel the registration of the owner of the vehicle.

Apart from this, the government has also issued another guideline to reduce pollution caused by vehicles, in which 900,000 old government vehicles will be removed in a phased manner and some changes will also be made.

Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu Maurya
Shyamu has done Degree in Fine Arts and has knowledge about bollywood industry. He started writing in 2018. Since then he has been associated with Informalnewz. In case of any complain or feedback, please contact me @informalnewz@gmail.com
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