• Form 4 for Driving Licence Application

    According to the Motor Vehicles Act 1988, in India, it is illegal to drive without a valid driving licence. However, you need to follow a procedure to get a valid driving licence. You must first get a learner’s licence. After completing a month from the learner’s licence issue date, you can apply for a permanent driving licence. The RTO will test your driving skills and if you pass the test, you will get a permanent driving licence.

    In order to apply for a driver’s licence, you need to submit Form 4 at the Regional Transport Office (RTO).

    How to fill Form 4?

    Form 4 is divided into three parts. The first part consists of licencing authority’s address, vehicle type and box to affix the applicant’s photograph. In second part you need to fill personal details and the third part is the certificate of test of competence to drive.

    • At the beginning of form, fill the RTO address, select the vehicle category for which you need licence and paste your passport size photograph.
    • In point 1, 2, 3, and 4 fill your name, father’s/husband’s name and permanent residential address. In case you are currently residing at a temporary address, mention that too.
    • In point 5 you need to mention the period of stay at the current location.
    • In points 6 and 7, you need to mention your birth details and support it with valid documents.
    • In point 8, you need to mention if you have migrated in India. If yes, then you need to mention the year of migration.
    • In point 9, you need to mention your educational qualifications.
    • In point 10, you need to mention if you have any birthmarks, moles, or stitch marks. This is for easy recognition.
    • In point 12, you need to mention your blood group.
    • In point 13, you need to mention if you already have a valid driving licence. If yes, then select the vehicle category.
    • In point 14, you need to mention if the officials have cancelled your previous driving licence.
    • In point 15, you need to mention if you have been previously disqualified from owning a driver’s licence. If yes, then you need to state the reason behind it.
    • In point 16, you need to mention if you have enclosed a fitness certificate. Along with the fitness certificate, you also need to mention the name of practitioner who issued the certificate and the date of issue.
    • In point 17, you need to mention if you have submitted three passport-sized photographs.
    • In point 18, you need to mention your learner’s licence details like date of issue and the name of licence issuing authority.
    • In point 19, you need to mention if you hold a driving licence along with name and address of driving school.
    • In point 20, you need to mention if you had submitted parent/guardian consent while applying for learner’s licence.
    • In point 21, you need to mention if you had submitted fitness certificate while applying for learner’s licence.
    • In point 22 & 23, you declare that you are exempted from the medical test and preliminary test.
    • In point 24, you need to mention that you have paid the learner’s licence fees.

    After completing the above-mentioned points, you need to sign the form along with the date.

    Once the application is accepted, you will be notified via e-mail and called at the RTO for further verification purposes.

    Documents to be submitted along with Form 4:

    The below-listed documents need to be submitted along with Form 4:

    Identity Proof Any one of the documents:
    • Aadhaar card
    • Passport
    • Voter’s ID card
    • PAN Card
    • Ration Card
    Address proof Any one of the following documents:
    • Aadhaar card
    • Telephone bill
    • Passport
    • Ration card
    • Electricity bill
    • Voter ID card
    Age proof Any one of the following documents:
    • Birth certificate
    • Affidavit sworn before an Executive Magistrate
    • Affidavit from a First-class Judicial Magistrate
    Education proof
    • Copy of board certificates
    • Copy of university certificates

    FAQs on Form 4

    1. How can I download Form 4?

      Follow the steps mentioned below to download Form 4:

      Step 1: Visit https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan//en/content/download-forms

      Step 2: Under the ‘Driving Licence’ category, click on link for Form 4

    2. Is it possible to edit the driving licence application form after submission?

      You may be allowed to edit the driving licence application form after submission. However, you need to visit the nearest RTO or transport department along with valid supporting documents to make the changes.

    3. How many days after learner’s licence application, I am eligible to apply for driving licence?

      You are eligible to apply for a driving licence 30 days after the learner’s licence application.

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