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Frequently Asked Questions

I. Basic Questions

For getting Driving Licence in India, the age is 18 years.

Yes you can drive but make sure the person sitting behind should possess Regular Driving Licence.

You may appear but the fact is that you need to get photos with the very vehicle you driving during your regular driving test.

The driving school fees in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula is ranging from Rs.3000 to Rs.3500 both for two and four wheelers.

No, you can learn driving from any school owned by private or government authority.

Yes, you can reverse in this way but be use to of reversing the car using left or right mirror.

Yes of course, starting 2 or 3 classes we always take in ground. 

You should study all the traffic signs, signals, driving skills, etc.

Yes, you can drive Activa with MCWG license classes.
MCWG: Motor Cycle With Gear

Generally, you cannot drive Activa (gearless) in test for MCWG License. You need to take test with geared bike.
MCWG: Motor Cycle With Gear

The fees for Learners Licence is as follows:
1. Rs.950 for single class, Rs.450 per extra class if you add.

Yes, you can only drive a scooter/bike (gear-less below 50 cc engine) between 16 to 18 years of age.

Frequently Asked Questions

II. Driving Questions

The driving course details are as follows:
1. Total course –  120 km
2. Duration – 7 to 10 days
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No, there is no other way to have Learners Licence except passing computer test.

Yes, you can get Learners Licence only, and it is up to 50 cc engine (gear-less).

The LL validity is 6 months from the date of issuance.

There are so many traffic signs and signals. Click and read – Traffic Signs

The duration of the driving course is 7 to 10 days for two-wheelers and 12 to 15 days for four-wheelers.

Yes, you need this for becoming a confident driver or rider.

You should prepare well all the traffic questions and answers in advances before taking Learners Computer Test.

Yes, you can drive but one person with Regular Licence must be with until you get regular licence.

No, you cannot drive until you get your licence renewed.

RTO means:
Regional Transport Office or Road Transport Office

The Motor Vehicles Act was passed in 1988. 

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