What is the present rules of RTO office for LL and DL in this covid-19 situation?

 What is the present rules of RTO office for LL and DL in this covid-19 situation?

Submit a learning license? No need to visit the RTO office again

Given the coronavirus pandemic, the function of the transportation sector is being carried out without contact, the publication of Sister HT Livehindustantan reported quoting a senior official. This will bring transparency in RTOS function in countries, he also said.

People who try to get a student license or find a temporary registration number for their vehicles no longer need to visit the regional transportation office (RTO) for verification. Given the social blasphemy norms because Covid-19, the central government will launch 16 facilities that allow you to do all that from the online portal. The Ministry of Transportation Union has stated that Aadhaar will be adopted as an alternative document for authentication and no other paper needed.

This will allow people to apply for new student licenses, updates, duplicate licenses, and temporary vehicle registration. They will also be able to change the address in their SIM and get international driving permission, NOC for registration, duplicate registration certificate, vehicle transfer etc. New rules are scheduled to be implemented by February first week.


Given the coronavirus pandemic, the function of the transportation sector is being carried out without contact, the publication of Sister HT Livehindustantan reported quoting a senior official. This will bring transparency in RTOS function in countries, he also said.


On January 29, the Ministry of Road Transportation and Highway also sought advice and objections from all countries related to the same notification. Countries have 15 days to respond to notifications.

New online systems will also limit people from getting many driving licenses from various states. The government also hopes that through this stolen vehicle registration racket in other states will also be closed.


The government in recent months has brought some changes to the rules of motorized vehicles. In October last year, the government mandated that people no longer need to bring physical copies of documents related to their vehicles including their SIM. It allows people to save copies of their documents on the government portal, MPARIVAHAN or DIGILOCKER. They can then show the documents needed to the traffic police if needed.