Test For Two Wheeler Licence

Learning to ride a two wheeler is one of the first steps to procure a license. A Learner’s License can be procured as early as 16 years and is mandatory for individuals who wish to eventually earn their Driving License. Appearing for a license test may not be everyone’s cup of tea, as not passing it will result in not receiving a license. But individuals need not fret, for if they keep in mind certain tips and steps while appearing for the test, it will not be as worrisome. This article will talk about certain things to be kept in mind while appearing for the license test.

Prerequisites for the Test

A Learner’s License can be obtained by individuals only above the age of 16. However, if an applicant is below 18 years of age, he/she will have to obtain parental consent. Applicants will have to pass a written test in order to receive this license, and its validity is for a period of 6 months. Once they have obtained this license, applicants will have to wait for a month before applying for a Two wheeler Licence.

Individuals can now apply for a Learner’s License online as well and avoid the hassle of standing in long queues. They will have to visit the official website of their State’s Transport Department and download the application form. They will have to fill the form and upload it along with the required documents which include a proof of address, proof of identity, passport size photograph(s) and the fee. Once the application has been submitted, they can choose a slot and appear for the test, on the said day. Once they pass the test, they will receive their Learner’s License. Individuals with a Learner’s Licence can only drive under the supervision of another person who has a Driving License, and their vehicle must display the letter ‘L’ in red tape.

Track Test for Two Wheeler Driving Test

After a month of obtaining a Learner’s License, individuals can apply for a Driving Licence. The application process is similar to that of a Learner’s Licence but the actual test varies. This test also varies from state to state. Generally, for a two-wheeler license, applicants will have to drive around a track in the shape of an ‘8’. Applicants will be tested for their skills, knowledge of hand signals and indicators and also if they can complete the track without their legs touching the floor. If applicants pass the test, they will receive their Driving Licence for the same.

Preparation for Written Test

Individuals will have to undergo a written test only for the procurement of a Learner’s License. Applicants, in this test, will be marked based on their knowledge of traffic signs and signals along with traffic rules and regulations. In order to pass the test, applicants will have to obtain at least 60%.

In order to appear for this test, applicants will have to read up on signs, traffic signals, basic rules that are to be followed while driving and so on. Having a thorough knowledge of the above will enable applicants to pass the test.

Things to Consider for two wheeler licence

  • Individuals will have to prepare themselves by reading up on all the rules and regulations pertaining to traffic and driving.
  • Applicants will also have to arrive at the testing centre at least half an hour before the beginning of the test.
  • Being nervous is perfectly normal, as long as you are in control. Practice a few breathing exercises beforehand to calm yourself down.
  • It is also a good idea to talk to those who have already passed the driving license test for tips and other words of advice.
  • Applicants must also practice riding every day so that they are more confident of their abilities and can also improve their driving skills.
  • Individuals must obey all traffic rules and regulations and must also be familiar with traffic signs.
  • Applicants must also be aware of their surroundings and wear helmets while operating their two-wheelers.

By following the tips mentioned above, applicants can appear for their Two-wheeler license test with confidence.


News About Driving License Two Wheeler Test

  • Avail insurance for your vehicle if you want to avoid a penalty

    In case you have a two wheeler and the insurance policy has expired for it, ensure that you get it renewed without wasting any time. If you don’t get it done, you might get slapped with a fine of Rs. 2000 and your vehicle can be detained. The RTO (Regional Transport Office) of Aurangabad has started a particular drive against the vehicles that are on the road without any insurance. Till date, 696 owners of vehicles have been penalized within a period of six days. The Regional Transport Office authorities have collected fees worth Rs. 12.48 lakh from the offenders.

    This huge crackdown is being done as per the orders given by the Supreme Court for road safety purposes and till will continue in future as well. According to the Assistant Regional Transport Officer of Aurangabad, Srikrishna Nakate, most of these offenders were two wheeler riders. According to the norm, all vehicle owners must carry a comprehensive insurance policy or a third party insurance policy when he is driving or riding. If an individual is caught driving without insurance, Rs.2,000 will be charged if he/she is the owner. If the individual is not the owner then Rs.2,300 will be charged.

    30 May 2017

  • Unscrupulous issue of teen licenses in Indore

    RTOs in Indore continue to issue Driving Licences to teenagers for Two-Wheelers with an engine capacity less than 50 cc though automobile manufacturers have stopped producing these models.

    It has been found that as per records in the Regional Transport Office (RTO) as many as 34,037 licences have been issued under this category. Ironically, only 370 two-wheelers registered with the RTO belong to the category of ‘two-wheeler with engine capacity less than 50 cc’.

    Auto dealers say that manufacturers make only 90 cc vehicles and RTOs need to exercise caution while issuing licenses.

    18 May 2017

  • Mumbai College Students Can Now Take Driving Test in College Campus

    The Maharashtra Transport Department is testing a project where Driving Tests for college students would be conducted in their campuses.

    The first trial was at Kirti College in Dadar, where 30 students appeared for the learner’s licence test. The test, which ran for 10 minutes, measured the test takers’ knowledge of road traffic and signage.

    Two wheeler Licence seekers had to pay Rs.200, while those wishing to apply for a four wheeler licence had to pay Rs.350 to sit for the test.

    The learner’s licence authorises holders to practice driving or riding for a period of 6 months, after which they are required to take a driver’s licence test.

    Transport officials are hopeful of expanding the model to other colleges in the state, in an effort to make the process more transparent.

    09 February 2016

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