Procedure for new Learner License in Haryana

Procedure for new Learner License in Haryana

What is Learner Driving License and How do I get it?

This is a temporary license valid up to 6 months from the Date of Issue.  It is issued to learn driving of Motor Vehicles.

You have to go to concerned Sub-Divisional Officer’s (Civil) office (who is the Motor Licensing Authority of your area) for non-commercial vehicles and to the office of District Transport Officer, for commercial.

Eligibility: –

Age: 18 years or above (For private vehicles)

Age: 16 years (For vehicles up to 50cc engine capacity & without gear along with consent of parents / guardian)

Age: 20 Years (For commercial vehicles)

Applying for Learner’s license

To acquire a learner’s license, an applicant can visit the official website of Haryana Motor Vehicle Department. The steps are mentioned as under:

Click on ‘Get New Learner License Appointment’, to fill in the required form. Enter details such as class of vehicle and jurisdictional RTO, along with name, age, address, and date of application.

The time and date of the test from the slots available should be chosen. After this, click on ‘Make Payment’, fill in net banking details such as customer ID and password and click on ‘Pay’.

Visit the nearest RTO in the jurisdiction with the application receipt, Form No. 2, and original & attested photocopies of required documents and give the test at the allotted time.

The original documents will be verified by the RTO officials and returned to the applicant. An online computer test to check the applicant’s competency and knowledge about traffic rules and regulations will be held. On clearing the test, the applicant will be issued a learner’s license.

Documents for Learner’s License

The documents required for obtaining a learner’s license are listed below:

  • Application in Form-2
  • Medical Certificate Form1-A
  • Self-declaration of physical fitness in Form-1
  • Fees
  • Three passport size photographs
  • Proof of address (any one of the following)
  • Aadhaar card
  • Passport
  • Voter’s ID
  • Ration card
  • CGHS card
  • Nationalized bank passbook
  • House tax mutation order
  • Water or Electricity bill
  • Life insurance policy
  • Registered sale deed
  • Proof of age (any one of the following)
  • School leaving certificate
  • Birth certificate
  • Voter’s ID

A learner’s license is valid for only six months and the license holder is expected to learn driving within the stipulated period. After this, he can apply for a permanent driving permit within 3 months of receiving the learner’s license. It is also important to note that if the applicant fails the learner’s licence test, he will be called 7 days later to the RTO for a retest.