The big exemption given by the government to get a driving license, all you have to do is work
The government has extended the validity period of driving licenses and motor vehicle documents, giving a big relief to vehicle owners and drivers. The validity of documents like compulsory driving license, registration, vehicle fitness etc. under the Motor Vehicle Act has been extended to 31 December 2020. Earlier in June, it was extended to 30 September. This decision has been taken keeping in view the conditions required to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 across the country and the prevailing situation so far.
According to an official statement from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the validity of documents that have expired after 1 February 2020 or will expire by 31 December 2020. It will be considered valid until 31 December 2020. Relevant authorities have been advised to validate them till 31st December 2020. Fitness, permit, license, registration or other documents are mandatory under the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 and the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989.
Earlier, the ministry had also issued orders on March 30 and June 9 to enhance their validity. In the last consultation issued on 9 June, it was extended to 30 September 2020. The ministry said that all documents related to the car, whose validity could not be renewed or is not likely to be renewed due to the lockdown and which has expired from February 1, 2020, or will expire by December 31, 2020, 31 Will be considered valid until December 2020
Process of online driving license application
-First you go to the website and download the online application form.
-Fill out the form as instructed on the screen.
-If the applicant is a minor, take a print out of the form and fill in Part D. Part D will then have to be signed by the parents / guardians in the presence of the licensing officers at the nearest RTO.
- Upload all required documents along with the application form (such as proof of age, proof of address, learner's license number)