Driving Licence

To drive two-wheeler or four-wheeler legally on the roads, an Indian driving licence is mandatory. However, a permanent driving license cannot be received right away. There is a separate process for it.

An individual who wants to drive any type of motor vehicle in India has to get his/her learner's license first. A learner’s license is issued for learning. After a month of the issued learner’s license, the person has to appear for the test in front of an RTO authority, who upon proper examination, will declare if he/she has passed the exam or not.

Brief on Driving Licence India

In order to ride or drive a vehicle legally on the public roads, an Indian driving licence is mandatory. However, a permanent driving license cannot be received right away. There is a separate process for it.

An individual who wants to drive any type of motor vehicle in India has to get his/her learner's license first. A learner’s license is issued for learning. After a month of the issued learner’s license, the person has to appear for the test in front of an RTO authority, who upon proper examination, will declare if he/she has passed the exam or not.

Driving Licence

Why do you need a Driving Licence in India?

Apart from the fact that a person must hold a driving licence to legally drive a motor vehicle in India, a driving licence is used for the following reasons:

Important Document of Personal Identification

  • Often, in high-security places, you are asked to display an ID. You can use your driving licence as an ID card, as it is a widely accepted personal identification card.

Compulsory Legal Requirement

  • If you wish to drive, in India or even abroad, you are required to hold a valid driving licence to do so. A driving licence is an important document indicating your ability to operate or drive a motorised vehicle.

Features of a Genuine Driving Licence

There are certain features on a driving licence that you can look out for to find out if a driving licence is genuine or fake. The main features that help differentiate a fake licence from a genuine one are listed below:

  • The photograph of the licence-holder, which also makes the driving licence an eligible photo ID proof.
  • The licence should have a unique registration number which is assigned by the issuing authority.
  • The name of the office wherein the licence was generated and issued from.
  • The rubber stamp and signature of the issuing officer of the issuing RTO.

Types of DL in India

There are three different types of licences issued in India:

  1. Learner's licence
  2. Permanent licence
  3. Commercial Driving Licence
Learner's licence:
  • The Road Transport Authority (RTA) issues a learner's licence to the applicant before giving a permanent driving licence. It is valid for up to 6 months.
  • To get this licence, the applicant needs to submit valid documents at the RTO and pass a small test.
  • During the period of six months, the applicant is expected to polish his driving skills.
  • If the applicant still does not feel confident about driving, he can extend his learning licence.
Permanent licence:
  • The RTA issues a permanent driving licence post the completion learner's licence period if the applicant meets the eligibility criteria.
  • As per the criteria, the applicant should be 18 years of age and should clear the driving test.
  • In case he fails the driving test, he can reappear for it after seven days of time.
Commercial driving licence:
  • This commercial driving licence is specifically issued to heavy vehicle drivers such as trucks and delivery vans.
  • The criteria for this are that the applicant should be 18 years of age or above (some states also keep 20 years as minimum age), should be trained either in a government training centre or a government-affiliated centre, should have completed education till 8th grade, has valid documents and already possess a learner's licence.

Depending on the type of vehicle a person uses, he or she can get a licence for it. However, the eligibility requirements for every vehicle type will vary. The list of vehicle types for which the driving licence can be classified are as follows:

Vehicle Type Licence class
Commercial purpose vehicles having All India Permit to carry passengers. HPMV
Heavy vehicles used to carry goods. HGMV
With and without gear motorcycles. MCWG
With gear vehicles having engine capacity 50cc or more. MC EX50cc
Without gear vehicles like mopeds and scooters. FGV
Vehicles having engine capacity 50cc or less. MC 50cc
Non-transport class vehicles like cars. LMV-NT

Fees for DL and LL

You can pay the fee either through SBI challan or online. The DL fees for the different categories of licence are given below:

Licence Issued Old Fee New Fee
Applying for a new driving licence Rs.40 Rs.200
Driving licence test Rs.50 Rs.300
Renewing a driving licence Rs.50 Rs.200
Applying for a new learner’s licence Rs.30 Rs.200
Renewing a learner’s licence Rs.40 Rs.200
Applying for an International driving licence Rs.500 Rs.1,000
Driving school licence issue and renewal Rs.2,000 Rs.10,000
Issuing a renewed driving licence Rs.50 Rs.200
Fee for appeal against RTO Rs.100 Rs.500
Issuing driving schools with duplicate licence Rs.2,000 Rs.5,000

Eligibility Criteria for Driving Licence in India

The eligibility for driving licence in India depends on the class of vehicle and the type of driving licence. The criteria for different licence types are given below:

Types of Vehicles allowed Criteria
Vehicles without gears with engine capacity up to 50cc
  • 16 years of age and parental consent.
Vehicles with gears
  • 18 years of age.
  • Must be aware of the traffic rules and regulations.
Commercial vehicles
  • 20 years of age (18 years of age in some states)
  • Should have completed formal education till 8th grade.
  • Should be trained from government or government- affiliated training centre.

Document Required for Driving Licence

To ensure that there is no delay in the application process, the documents that are to be submitted have to be valid and correct. The list of documents required for driving licence are as follows:

  • Age Proof (any one of the below given documents)
    • Birth Certificate
    • PAN Card
    • Passport
    • 10th Class mark sheet
    • Transfer certificate from any school for any class with date of birth printed on it.
  • Proof of Address required for DL:
    • Permanent Proof of address (any one from the following):
      • Passport
      • Aadhaar Card
      • Self-owned house agreement
      • Electricity bill (issued in applicants name)
      • LIC bond
      • Voters ID Card
      • Ration Card
    • Current Proof of address (any one from the following):
      • Rental agreement and electricity bill
      • Rental agreement and LPG bill

Other Requirements for Driving Licence:

  • Duly filled application form (to get the application form for driving licence, visit the nearest RTO or download it from the online portal for your state)
  • 6 passport sized photographs (when applying for Learners Licence)
  • 1 passport sized photograph (when applying for Driving Licence)
  • Application Fees.
  • If you are staying in other cities, as current address proof, you can present the rental agreement with one recent utility bill copy which can be a gas bill or electric bill.
  • Medical Certificate - Form 1 A and 1 which is to be issued by a certified Government doctor.
  • For all applicants over the age of 40 years, a medical certificate is mandatory.

How to Apply for Driving Licence (DL)

You can apply for DL either through the official government website or by visiting the nearest RTO office. But do note that having a learner's licence is a prerequisite for a driving licence application. Other than that, the applicant must be of or above 18 years of age and have knowledge of traffic rules and regulations to be eligible for the licence.

How to Check the Driving Licence Status?

To check the driving licence status online, follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Step 1: On the main page, click on the “Online Services” tab.
  • Step 2: From the drop-down menu, click on the “Driving Licence Related Services” tab.
  • Step 3: Select the state in which you have applied for a driving licence, from the drop-down menu.
  • Step 4: Click on the “Application Status” tab present at the top-right.
  • Step 5: Enter the details required like, “Application Number”, “Date of Birth”, and “Captcha”.
  • Step 6: Click on “Submit”.

Test Procedure for a Learner's Licence

The Learner's Licence test is conducted to check the applicant's knowledge about traffic rules and regulations along with basic driving skills. All the applicants are required to take the written exam for a learner's licence at the RTO office.

Test Procedure for a Permanent Driving Licence

  • For two-wheelers:

Usually, for two-wheelers Learner's Licence test the applicant is asked to drive a bike in the shape of number 8. In this, the use of indicators and signals by the applicant are tested. The applicant is expected to complete his drive without touching his feet on the ground within the stipulated time.

  • For four-wheelers:

The applicant is asked to drive in the shape of a number 8. In this test, the applicant's ability to maneuver forward and backwards, parallel parking, use of mirrors, gears and brakes, and judgement of the track are tested.

What is the International Driving Permit for an Indian?

An International Driving Permit (IDP) is a legal document issued to the Indians travelling abroad by the Road Transport Authority (RTA) of India, allowing them to drive in any foreign country that holds the document valid. It is advisable to carry the original driving licence along with a passport and IDP when on foreign roads to avoid inconvenience. It is similar to a passport in appearance and often gets issued in multiple languages as per the destination country’s requirement. An IDP is valid for one year. If you need it beyond this duration, you need to get it reissued.

Who Issues a Driving Licence in India?

Driving licences are issued by the Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) across the country. Every geographical area has a dedicated RTO. An applicant can apply for a driving licence to the RTO under whose jurisdiction he or she resides. It is important to get a valid driving licence issued by one of the authorised issuing committees as it is mandatory to hold a driving licence to be able to ride or drive a vehicle on public roads.

Learner’s Licence

A Learner's Licence is a prerequisite for a driving licence. The applicants of or above 18 years of age having parental consent with basic driving skills are eligible for this type of licence. You can apply for it by visiting the official government website or by visiting the nearest RTO office.

Duplicate Driving Licence in India

Driving licence (DL) is an important document in India because it gives citizens the permission to drive and at the same time acts as a valid identity proof. If people lose their driving licence, they can easily get a Duplicate DL from the RTO (Regional Transport Office). To apply, you have to fill the application form and submit it at the RTO along with the required documents.

Traffic Fines: Offences and Penalties in India

In India, it is estimated that 150,000 die in road accidents. In order to curb the number of fatalities, the Indian Government revises Traffic Rules & Regulations and penalties every few years. It is responsibility of every citizen to adhere to them, failure of which is an offence and can lead to penalties.

FAQs on Driving Licence

  1. Can I reapply for a driving licence in case I fail the driving test?

    Yes, you can reapply for a driving licence in case you fail the driving test. You can take the test again after 7 days.

  2. What documents do I need to submit to apply for a driving licence?

    The below-mentioned documents must be submitted when you apply for a driving licence:

    • Forms 1, 1A, 2, and 3
    • Age proof
    • Address proof
  3. How long is a driving licence valid for?

    In the case of private vehicles, a driving licence is valid for 20 years. However, the driving licence is valid for 3 years in the case of commercial vehicles.

  4. What should I do if I lose my driving licence?

    You need to apply for a duplicate driving licence in case you lose your original licence.

  5. How long do I have to renew the driving licence?

    From the date of expiry, you must renew the licence within 5 years. However, it is illegal to drive with a licence that has expired.

  6. What should I do to start the driving licence application process?

    Initially, you must apply for a learner’s licence before submitting an application for a driving licence. You must have a learner’s licence for at least 30 days before you applying for a driver’s licence. The application form for a driver’s licence can be submitted at the RTO or online.

  7. Is the driving licence valid across the country?

    Yes, the driving licence is valid across the country.

  8. Is it mandatory to provide a medical certificate to apply for a driving licence?

    Individuals who are below the age of 50 years need not provide a medical certificate. However, individuals who are using a vehicle for transport purposes must provide a medical certificate.

  9. Where can I apply for a learner’s licence?

    You can visit the nearest RTO or by visiting the official website of Sarathi to apply for a learner’s licence.

  10. Can I get my IDP renewed while on foreign lands?

    Yes, you can get your IDP renewed online through Indian embassies, if your permit expires while you are still abroad.

Read Driving licence News

  • In Kolkata, Online No Objection Certificate Service Available for Inter-state Car Registration

    Kolkata traffic police introduced an online tool to obtain a No Objection Certificate on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. This service will enable customers to apply for a NOC for their lost car registration certificates or driver's licences, as well as registration of a vehicle from another state or migration of a vehicle to another state, with a single mouse click. All that remains for motorists to do is go to the Kolkata traffic police website, scan their documents, obtain an OTP, and print the e-NOC, which will include a QR code and a watermark logo.

    24 November 2021

  • Odisha government announcement: No smart card driving licence from next year

    The Odisha state government has taken a decision to no longer issue physical driving licence (DL) smart cards. They will also not have paper-based vehicle registration certificate (RC) from next year. Almost 15 years ago, the driving licence smart card had replaced the pocket diary-shaped paper licence

    18 November 2021

  • DL, RC, vehicle-related documents to go digital in Odisha

    In accordance with the Odisha government’s 5T mandate, the Commerce and Transport department of the state has decided to discontinue the issuance of physical cards and paper documents for driving license and registration certificate. Starting January 1, the government will begin issuing driving license, registration certificates, and other vehicle-related documents digitally. The new process aims to save time and money by allowing the citizens to generate driving license and registration certificate instantly. A new portal is being created to that purpose, stated an official source.

    16 November 2021

  • Transport department does away with RCs

    New vehicle owners in Bangalore will not be required to carry a hard copy of their registration certificate (RC) as the Karnataka Transport Department announced that instead of issuing a smart card to the new vehicle owners, a RC in a digitised format will be issued.

    More than 30 online transport services including services such as new vehicle registration, issuance of driving license, etc. were launched by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday.

    Now, a new vehicle owner can simply register their vehicle online by submitting the forms and paying the registration fee which in turn will be verified and if all the details are correct, then a RC will be issued in a digital format.

    The idea to do away with a smart card is a praiseworthy move as it will make the registration process simple and hassle-free and will also reduce the use of paper as well.

    2 November 2021

  • Pending smart cards up to 31 March 2021 dispatched

    Customers in Visakhapatnam who had applied for driving license (DL) and Registration Certificates (RCs) and were supposed to be issued the smart card till 31 March 2021 can now expect to receive them soon as the pending smart cards have been dispatched by the state transport department.

    Eligible customers who were supposed to receive their smart card by 31 March 2021 but could not can check the status by clicking on the link www.aprtacitizen.epragathi.org where they will have to click on ‘Track your smart card status’ to check the status.

    The delay in dispatching of smart card was due to the shortage of smart cards by the suppliers. However, the process to supply the cards commenced in July 2021 which led to the printing of pending smart cards and was finally dispatched which is soon expected to be received by the eligible applicants.

    28 October 2021

  • Driving licences to be equipped with QR codes in Delhi

    In Delhi, the new driving licences and registration certificates will have QR codes embedded that will validate data with the Sarathi and Vahan web-based databases. An advanced microchip will be fixed on the new driving licences that will comprise Near Field Communication (NFC) and Quick Response (QR) code.

    The microchip and QR code will be fixed on the back of the registration card and the name of the vehicle owner will be printed on the front. With the help of a QR code, the department can retain a licence holder’s penalties for ten years. These features will also help in keeping track of the records of differently-abled drivers, emission standards as well as alterations that were done on the vehicles.

    14 October 2021

  • Delhi Transport Department to issue registration certificates with QR codes

    The Transport Department of the Delhi Government will start issuing Registration Certificates (RC) based on QR codes. Driving licences which are embedded with QR codes are already being issued by the department. This can be read with any handheld device such as a smartphone. The QR code also carries information about if the licence holder has volunteered to be an organ donor and their blood type.

    13 October 2021

  • Indira Gandhi Technical varsity and 6 ITIs will get driving schools

    The Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW) and six Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) will be getting driving schools on their campus. This initiative has been taken to bring awareness about responsible driving among the next generation drivers. By next January, three educational institutions will participate in this project.

    Students in this course will be supposed to finish 31 hours of practical as well as theoretical classes. The timings will be flexible to suit every student’s schedule. After the course completion, the student can take a driving test to get a licence.

    7 October 2021

  • Process of issuing driving licenses in Maharashtra to be expedited

    Transport Commissioner of Maharashtra has directed all the Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) to clear the backlog of issuing driving licenses to applicants. A deadline of December has been set to clear the backlog of Covid months. At RTOs where the backlog is huge, officials attached to flying squads have been asked to report back to their RTOs. As per a senior official, huge rush in the RTOs have been seen for permanent driving licenses after the state made the process of availing learners’ license online.

    7 October 2021

  • Delhi Govt extends validity of transport documents till November 30

    The validity of all transport documents which includes existing driving licenses and permits has been extended till November 30 by Delhi government. The decision has been taken keeping in view the problems of the common people and to reduce overcrowding at zonal offices. An official stated that necessary orders will be issued by the transport department regarding the extension soon. It needs to be mentioned here that the government has taken several steps to avoid gathering of people at zonal offices for various license related queries and tasks. As part of the initiative, availing a learner’s license and other transport services have been brought under the ambit of the online system.

    29 September 2021

  • Over 45,000 Delhiites avail learners’ licence through faceless service

    Transport Minister of Delhi on Wednesday stated that more than 45,000 applicants have availed their learners’ licence through the faceless service launched in the month of August. He added that more than 92% of driving licence-related applications and 80% of other requests were cleared under the faceless services of the transport department since the month of February. Delhi is among the first in the country to provide online learner licence service. It needs to be mentioned here that the transport department has further extended the validity of documents related to fitness, permit, driving licence, registration till November 30.

    29 September 2021

  • Only e-Autos Would be Allowed to be Registered in Delhi, with One-third of the Permits Designated for Women

    According to the government's decision to set aside 33% of at least 4,000 vehicle licenses for women, soon women would be driving auto-rickshaws on Delhi's roads. Apart from that, the municipal administration will switch to totally electric vehicles from CNG vehicles, which have been in service for more than two decades.

    28 September 2021

  • Not carrying pollution certificate in Delhi will lead to suspension of driving licence

    To counter the effects of air pollution in Delhi, the State Government of Delhi announced that any vehicle owner found without a pollution certificate while riding or driving will see their driving licence suspended.

    The transport department of the Delhi government has made it mandatory for the vehicle owners to carry valid pollution under control (PUC) certificates to avoid suspension of driving licence for three months.

    The transport department issued a public notice which stated that if the drivers are caught without a valid PUC certificate, then they might face imprisonment up to six months, fine up to Rs.10,000 or both. The vehicle owners will also be banned from holding their driving licence for three months.

    The vehicle owners can get their vehicles tested at any of the 900+ pollution checking centres authorised by the transport department in Delhi. These centres are set up at petrol pumps and workshops.

    21 September 2021

  • Facility to Take Online Driving License to Open in Ernakulam

    People of Ernakulam will be able to take a driving license test from the comfort of their homes. The transport ministry is working to make services like the MVD test online. This method was proposed to use digital technology to assist people in obtaining a driver's license while sitting at home.

    20 September 2021

  • Booking for driving licence in Mumbai commences

    According to a press release by The Regional Transport Office (RTO) of Mumbai (Central), the process to book slots for driving licence test has begun. Applicants who want to book slots for the test can do it so by visiting the Parivahana website by clicking on the link https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan/.

    The application for driving license test can be submitted from 10:00 a.m. onwards.

    Slot bookings can be made for up to a maximum of 90 days at the RTO office. The computer will accept form online for its specified quota for the permanent licenced test. As soon as the quota is filled, the online booking facility will be closed from the next day onwards.

    The applicant must ensure all the details in the form are correct, and proper documents are uploaded.

    17 September 2021

  • New Bharat series introduced by Ministry of Road Transport & Highways

    The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways in a bid to facilitate seamless transfer of vehicles has introduced a new registration mark for new vehicles called ‘Bharat series (BH-series)’. The new vehicle registration facility under ‘Bharat series (BH-series)’ will be available voluntarily to defence personnel, employees of central government, state government, central, state public sector undertakings and private sector organizations which have offices in four or more states or union territories. A vehicle bearing this registration mark shall not require the assignment of a new registration mark when the owner of the vehicle shifts to a different state. The motor vehicle tax will be levied for two years or in multiple of two. After the completion of the fourteenth year, the motor vehicle tax shall be levied annually which shall be half of the amount which was charged earlier for the vehicle.

    3 September 2021

  • Learning License and 33 Other Service Available Online in Delhi

    The Arvind Kejriwal led Delhi government launched online registration services on Wednesday, 11 August 2021. This will allow Delhi residents to apply for learning driving licenses online. Delhi residents can also apply for driving licenses, registration certificates, and other permit-related services from the transport department. The online services also include change in address, duplicate driving license, NOC, industrial driving permit, conductor license, DL replacement, RC particular, insurance NOC, and many more. With the introduction of this online service, a driver license applicant will now simply need to go to the transport department office to collect a permanent driving license and a fitness test certificate.

    17 August 2021

  • More than 7 crore traffic challans issued within 2 years of the implementation of new motor vehicle laws

    More than 7.67 crore challans have been issued in the last 23 months for traffic violations after the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019, was implemented, according to Nitin Gadkari, the Road Transport and Highways Minister. Before the amendment was implemented, there were 1,96,58,897 traffic challans issued whereas after the implementation, 7,67,81,726 traffic challans were issued, both during the same 23-month period, which is an increase of 291%. This was due to the installation of speed gun-based or camera-based automatic violation detection systems which ensured that the rules were adhered to. Apart from this, there was also a new section inserted into the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019, called Section 198A in the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, which dealt with failure to comply with the standards for road maintenance, construction, and design.

    11 August 2021

  • Driver’s Licence to Cost More

    The Transport Department of India has made the 21-day vehicle training certificate mandatory for issuing driving licenses. The department is yet to decide on the fee for the training. Private training schools have increased their fees in response to this decision. The training schools are now charging Rs.5,000 to Rs.6,000 per depending on the car. Earlier these training schools used to charge Rs.2,000 to Rs.3,000.

    4 August 2021

  • Indore citizens can get their DL at home

    People who reside in Indore and wish to apply for a learner’s driving licence can now get one at the comfort of their home. An online facility is going to be started by the Road Transport Department across the state, including Indore, where one can get their license by sitting at home. This system is currently being implemented in Satna and Khargone as a pilot project and it will be launched across the state. The process to apply for this facility is simple. You will have to click on the link at transport.mp.gov.in. Currently, only the link of Satna and Khargone RTO is available. After clicking the link, fill the application form and upload the necessary documents. The next step will require you to upload your photo and signature and make the fee payment. Once the payment is verified, print the receipt.

    30 July 2021

  • In what manner are RTOs assessing driving test applicants, asks HC

    High Court in Karnataka indicated that a requirement for appointment of an independent agency to inspect the process of driving tests might be the need of the hour. The High Court on Tuesday has ordered the State government to provide an explanation regarding the manner in which the Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) are testing the applicants' abilities to drive before issuing motor vehicle driving licence. The direction was issued by a Division Bench comprising Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Suraj Govindaraj while hearing a PIL petition filed by Gowrishankar S., a Bengaluru resident.

    As per the Rule 15 of the Central Motor Vehicle (CMV) Rules, 1989, applicants are required to undergo 24 different parameters to test their ability to drive. The HC said that will have to consider whether is it feasible to subject 50-70 driving licence applicants to these 24 parameters in a day in an RTO. The petitioner complained that driving licences are being issued without conducting tests as per the rules. The government, however, retaliated that there are separate driving test tracks in many RTOs limits were designed to ensure that tests are conducted in a proper manner and they comply with the rules.

    21 July 2021

  • Patna to open its first Automated Driving Test Track in July

    Patna will open its first Automated Driving Test Track (ADTT) in July at the Transport Complex that is present near the airport. According to the Transport Secretary, the track will be ready within the next 15 days. He further added the number of road accidents have increased due to the lack of driving skills. However, with the introduction of the ADTT, the number of accidents will reduce. Various high-definition cameras are present on the track. There are various sensors also present on the track. Individuals will be deducted points if they hit the sensors.

    12 July 2021

  • New DL rules to be levied

    In order to get your learner’s licence, you will not be required to visit your Regional Transport Office (RTO) anymore. In order to get a permanent driving license, you can get it from a designated driving school after completing the driving course. New rules have been notified by the road ministry has for training centres where candidates will be given high-quality driving courses, and once they clear the test, they will be exempted from driving tests. These rules will be in effect 1 July 2021.

    1 July 2021

  • All expired driving licences now valid till 30 September

    The Union government has now extended the validity date of driving licences till 30 September. All vehicle registration certificates, permits and fitness certificates, that have expired after February 2020 and were not be renewed due to restrictions, will be valid till the mentioned date. The road transport and highways ministry had also directed transport departments against prosecuting motorists that use documents that expired since last year.

    21 June 2021

  • Registration of vehicles under new series JK01AP starts from today

    The office of Regional Transport Officer Kashmir has informed that registration of vehicles under the new Series JKO1AP has been started from today i.e., 26 May onwards. Applicants can submit their applications along with the registration files of their vehicles to get the vanity numbers. It needs to be mentioned here that the vanity numbers will be issued to only those vehicles approved by the Empowered Standing Committee, (ESC) of UT Transport Authority, J&K to the Regional Transport Officer, Srinagar. In case, there is a single application for any particular vanity Number, it will be issued on a `first come first serve basis. If more than one application is received, the vanity number will be put up for auction and the highest bidder will be issued the particular number.

    02 June 2021

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