No driving test is required to obtain a driver’s license: Department of Transport The Union Department of Transport has introduced new, simplified rules for obtaining driver’s licenses without having to undergo a complex driving test.
An amendment to the Department of Road Transport and Highways (MORTH) law came into effect on Thursday allowing baptismal candidates to obtain a driver’s license without having to take a driving test. The Department of Transport has introduced new driving licensing regulations where applicants will be provided with advanced driving courses. If the candidates pass the test at these centers, they will be released from the driving test at the ARTOs offices upon receipt of the license.
According to the Department of Transport, Accredited Driver Training Centers are equipped with implants and a test drive dedicated to providing high quality training to those seeking licenses.
The notice goes on to read that trainees will be trained in small vehicles (LMVs), medium and heavy motor vehicles (HMVs). The duration of the training in LMV is 29 hours, which will be completed within four weeks from the first day of the study. Candidates will be provided with theoretical and practical information.
The training period for LMVs is 36 hours, which will be completed in six weeks. The training here will also be theoretical and practical, the department said.
Not only LMVs and HMVs, institutions will provide industry-specific training.