A learner’s license is a type of driver’s license that allows you to learn how to drive a motor vehicle. It is valid for a period of six months, during which time you must pass a driving test in order to obtain a permanent driver’s license.
- 10th Class mark sheet
- Aadhaar Card of the Applicant
- Birth Certificate
- PAN Card
Why do you need a Driving Licence?
According to the Motor Vehicles Act 1988, a valid Driving Licence is necessary to drive any motor vehicle on public roads in India. This law applies to all citizens and residents of India, regardless of their age or nationality.
There are two stages to getting a permanent driving licence in India
Stage 1: Obtaining a Learner's Licence
- To apply for a Learner’s Licence, you must be at least 16 years old and have a valid identity proof and address proof.
- You will also need to pass a written test on traffic rules and regulations.
- Once you have passed the written test, you will be issued a Learner’s Licence that is valid for a period of six months.
How to Apply for AP Transport Learners Licence (LLR) Online in 2023
- Visit the APTD website at aptransport.org: https://aptransport.org/.
- Click on the “Licence” tab in the main menu.
- Scroll down to the “Learner’s Licence” section and click on the “Apply Online” button.
- Read the instructions carefully and fill out the application form.
- Upload your scanned documents.
- Pay the application fee.
- Submit your application.
Stage 2: Obtaining a Permanent Licence
- To apply for a Permanent Licence, you must have held a Learner’s Licence for at least six months and have passed a practical driving test.
- You will also need to pay the application fee and the licence fee.
- Once you have passed the practical driving test, you will be issued a Permanent Licence that is valid for a period of five years.