Driving license transfer step by step complete guide
Transferring a driving license in India from one state to another usually requires following a few steps and providing the necessary documents. The exact process may vary slightly depending on the specific state and the type of driver’s license being transferred (e.g., personal vehicle, commercial vehicle, etc.). Here’s a general overview of the steps involved:
Step 1: Obtain No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the State of Origin: You will need to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Regional Transport Office (RTO) or the State of origin where your driving license was issued. This certificate states that there is no objection to transfer your driving license to another state.
Step 2: Collect the Required Documents: In this step you will need to collect the following documents.
- Application form for transfer of driving licence, which can generally be obtained from the website of the RTO in the destination state.
- Original Driving License issued by the State of Origin.
- Valid Address Proof, such as Aadhaar Card, Passport, or Utility Bill.
- Valid age proof, such as birth certificate, school certificate, or passport.
- Copy of NOC obtained from the State of origin.
- Four to six passport size photographs.
- Any other document specified by the RTO in the destination state.
Step 3: Visit the RTO in the state where you are getting the driving license transferred and submit the application form along with the required documents to the RTO.
Step 4: Pay applicable fee: Pay the required fee for transfer of driving license as per the fee structure of RTO. Fees may vary depending on the type of driving license being transferred.
Step 5: Take the driving test (if required): In some cases, the RTO of the state where you are transferring the driving license may require you to take a driving test to assess your driving skills before transferring the license. If a driving test is required, you must pass it in order to complete the transfer process.
Step 6: Receive the Transferred Driving License: If your application is approved and all the necessary requirements are met, you will receive your driving license from the RTO of that state. The transferred license will have the same license number as your original license.
It is important to note that the specific process and requirements for transferring a driving license from one state to another in India may differ depending on the state and the type of license being transferred. It is advised to check the website of the RTO of the state where the license is being transferred or contact them directly for updates and accurate information.
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