Applying for a Learner’s Licence in Arunachal Pradesh

Under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, you need to have a valid driving licence to drive a vehicle in the country. You can apply for a driving licence only after you have held a learner’s licence for 30 days. If you are looking to apply for a learner’s licence in Arunachal Pradesh, here is a guide to take you through the process.

Types of Learner’s Licences in Arunachal Pradesh

  • Learner’s Licence for geared motorcycles
  • Learner’s Licence for non-geared motorcycles
  • Learner’s Licence for Medium Passenger Vehicles (MPV)
  • Learner’s Licence for Medium Goods Vehicles (MGV)
  • Learner’s Licence for Heavy Passenger Vehicles (HPV)
  • Learner’s Licence for Light Motor Vehicles (LMV)
  • Learner’s Licence for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV)
  • Learner’s Licence for Invalid Carriage
  • Learner’s Licence for motor vehicles which have specific descriptions

Eligibility Criteria and Documents Required to Apply for a Learner’s Licence in Arunachal Pradesh

Eligibility criteria
  • You should be at least 18 years old or above (Light Motor Vehicle-LMV)
  • You have to be 16 years or above (non-geared motorcycle that have an engine capacity up to 50cc)
  • You should be 20 years of age or above (commercial vehicle)
Documents required
  • Form 2
  • Form 1 (medical certificate)
  • Form 1A (physical fitness certificate)
  • Photographs (passport size)
Documents for proof of age(any one):
  • Passport
  • Ration card
  • Voter ID
  • PAN card
  • LIC policy
  • Birth certificate
Documents for address proof (any one):
  • Ration card
  • Aadhaar card
  • Voter ID
  • Electricity bill
  • Phone bill

Apply Offline for a Learner’s Licence in Arunachal Pradesh

You can apply for a learner’s licence in Arunachal Pradesh, by paying pay a fee of Rs.200 (application fee-Rs.150, test fee- Rs.50) and following these steps:

  • Step 1: Visit the Regional Transport Office (RTO) in your jurisdiction
  • Step 2: Collect the application form for a learner’s licence
  • Step 3: Fill in your information in the form
  • Step 4: Submit the form with the required documents. You need to also attach 3 photographs (passport size)
  • Step 5: Make the fee payment
  • Step 6: Select your time slot for the test
  • Step 7: Make sure to reach the RTO in time for your test (at least half an hour early)
  • Step 8: Once you clear the test, the RTO will issue your learner’s licence

Apply Online for a Learner's Licence in Arunachal Pradesh

  • Step 1: Visit the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways website - https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan/
  • Step 2: Select ‘Online Services’
  • Step 3: Click on ‘ Driving Licence Related Services
  • Step 4: You will be taken to a new page. Choose the state
  • Step 5: Hover over 'Apply Online’ and click on it
  • Step 6: Choose ‘New Learners Licence’
  • Step 7: Click on ‘Continue’ once you have read all the instructions properly
  • Step 8: Fill in all information
  • Step 9: Click on ‘Submit’
  • Step 10: Scan all the documents required and upload them
  • Step 11: Pay the fee. You can choose from the online banking methods provided by the website
  • Step 12: Choose the time slot for your learner’s licence
  • Step 11: Reach the RTO at least half an hour before the time of your test
  • Step 12: Once you have passed the test, your learner’s licence will be issued

Booking a Slot for Your Learner’s Licence Test

The learner’s licence test will test your knowledge on traffic rules and regulations. This is a written test and will be conducted under the supervision of the Motor Vehicles Inspector. Once you pass the test, you can drive a car with the ‘L’ symbol board stuck on the back and front of your vehicle. If you do not pass the test, you can always appear for it again the next day.

  • Step 1: Visit the website - https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan/
  • Step 2: Choose ‘Online Services’
  • Step 3: Click on ‘Driving Licence Related Services’
  • Step 4: Choose your state
  • Step 5: Select ‘Appointments (Slot Booking)’
  • Step 6: Choose ‘Learner’s Licence Test’
  • Step 7: Type in your date of birth, application number and the verification code.
  • Step 8: Click on ‘Submit’
  • Step 9: Check all details and then select your time slot
  • Step 10: Select ‘Confirm to Book’

Documents Required to Apply for a Duplicate Learner's Licence in Arunachal Pradesh

Once you pay the application fee, you have to submit these documents to get a duplicate learner’s licence:

  1. Filled application form for duplicate learner’s licence (LLD)
  2. Documents for proof of age
  3. Documents for proof of address
  4. Copy of the First Information Report (FIR), if your learner’s licence was stolen

Apply for a Duplicate Learner’s Licence in Arunachal Pradesh

  • Step 1: Visit the RTO website
  • Step 2: Fill in the LDD form and attach the required documents
  • Step 3: Make sure to attach two photographs (passport size)
  • Step 4: Key in the details of your lost/misplaced/damaged learner's licence
  • Step 5: If your learner’s licence has been stolen, then file an FIR and attach the copy
  • Step 6: Pay the fee

Making Corrections to Your Learner’s Licence

All corrections that need to be made to your learner’s licence can be authorised and made only by the RTO which has issued your learner’s licence.

  • Step 1: You will have to submit the application with changes to be made.
  • Step 2: You need to also attach the proof of age and proof of address documents.
  • Step 3: A copy of your learner’s licence will have to be submitted to the RTO.
  • Step 4: Once your application has been approved, you will have to pay a fee.
  • Step 5: You will get a receipt for the payment which can be used as a proof till your new learner’s licence is issued.

FAQs on Learner's Licence in Arunachal Pradesh

  1. How do I check status of my Arunachal Pradesh learner’s icence online?

    You can easily check your learner’s licence status by going to the website - https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan/

  2. When do I apply for my driving licence in Arunachal Pradesh?

    You can apply for your driving licence within 30 days after your learner’s licence has been issued. Note that you should apply for a driving licence no later than 180 days from the date of issuance of your learner’s licence.

  3. Can I give my learner's licence test online?

    No, there is no provision yet where you can give the learner’s licence test online.

  4. Will my learner’s licence issued in Arunachal Pradesh be valid in Delhi?

    Yes., a learner’s licence that has been issued in Arunachal Pradesh will be valid in Delhi and other states of India.

  5. Will I need to give a driving test to get a learner's licence in Arunachal Pradesh?

    No, you do not have to give any driving test to get a learner’s licence test in Arunachal Pradesh.

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