If you are a permanent resident of India and now want to apply for a driving licence and you must know that the driving license rules have been changed by the Indian Government and now people will not have to go through the RTO training test which was conducted earlier by the government agencies themselves to distribute the driver’s licence. The private institutions have now gained the power to conduct tests through which they will be providing certificates to the people and through these certificates, the people can now apply for a driver’s licence. Check out the details related to New Driving Licence Rules For 2023 in India given below and we will also share with you all the functionality of this scheme
What Are New Driving Licence Rules For 2023 in India?
New Driving Licence Rules For 2023 have been implemented by the Indian government since the beginning of first July. All of the government driving schools will be shut down under the new driving license regulation which will be beginning in the year 2022. Only private driving schools will be permitted to operate and they will be providing training to the people. The private centre will be operational for a total of 5 years and then they will have to renew their license. The central government has taken this step in order to enable private training centres to grow. The people who will pass the training through these private training sessions will then exempt from having to take an RTO driving test when applying for a new driving license.
Functionality Of New Driving Licence Rules
People who want to get their driving license will have to first enroll in private driving Institutions and they will have to pass the driving test presented by these private tutors in the institution. The applicant will be provided with the certificate once they will pass the private driving test and following the certificate the candidates can then submit the application for a driving license. The RTO office will be giving the driver’s license based upon the certificate issued by the training centre and the people will not have to give any other test. This step in order to encourage private institutions that are helping people to learn to drive.
Benefits Of New Driving Licence Rules
One of the main benefits which will provide through the implementation of these new rules in the distribution of driving licences throughout the country is the encouragement that will provide to the private sectors who were otherwise not acknowledge by the Indian Government and even if you get a certificate from a private institution previously it was of no use. The RTO officers will be able to take a step back and eliminate the whole test-taking procedure which was previously prevalent in the country and now will abolish. The people will be able to get their driver’s licence just through the certificate issue to them by their private tutors.
Types of Driving Licenses
There are a lot of different driving licenses which are available now in India. You can check out the details of the driving license given below:
- Personal Vehicles Driving License Type
- MC 50CC: Bike with 55cc engine or less capacity
- MC EX50CC: Vehicle with gear and 50CC or more capacity: Car and Bike.
- MCWOG / FVG: Bike with any engine capacity but without gears: Scooter or Moped
- M / CYCL.WG: All Bike with and without gear
- LMV-NT: Vehicle for transport use
- Commercial Vehicle Driving License Type
- HMV: Heavy Motor Vehicles
- HGMV: Heavy Goods Motor Vehicle
- MGV: Medium Goods Vehicle
- Trailer: Heavy Trailer License
- LMV: Bike, Van, Jeep, and Taxi
- HPMV / HTV: Heavy Transport motor vehicle or Heavy Transport Vehicle
RTO New Rules For Training Centers
There are some additional rules which invent by the Indian Government and you can check out the rules below:
- The training centre must have a minimum of 1 acre of land if they are giving training for two-wheelers and two acres of land if they are giving training for four-wheelers.
- The trainer must have a minimum classification of a High School diploma and 5 years of driving experience in driving school and teaching.
- The trainer must have passed the education qualifications of High quality driving track test in the Transport authority curriculum by the Transport Authority of India.
- The driving time for training of loaded vehicles will be a minimum of 38 hours and the training should complete within 6 weeks.
- Theory classes on the vehicles will be 8 hours and the practicals should be of 31 hours.
- If you have a small vehicle then the training will be 29 hours and training should be complete in 4 weeks.
- The theory time for two-wheelers will be 8 hours and the practicals will be 21 hours.
- Information technology and other means of training should update in the training centre to provide proper information to all of the applicants.
- Official Website- Parivahan Sewa