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RTO Driving Licence

The rto licence  or driving licence in India is issued by the individual states. Usually the rto licence  gives the authority to the licence holder for driving within the state in which it has been issued. However some licences have an ‘All India Driving Permit’ or the driving licences could be transferred for use in another state. The minimum age should be 18 years for the licence of all vehicles; however the minimum age for the licence of motor cycle with below 50cc engine capacity has to be 16 years.

CLASSES OF LICENCE

Category License Class
Learners License LL
Two Wheeler MCW - Motor Cycle Without Gear
MCWG - Motor Cycle With Gear
Three/Four Wheeler ARNT: Auto Rickshaw Non Transport
ART: Auto Rickshaw Transport
LMV-NT: Light Motor Vehicle - Non Transport
LMV-T : Light Motor Vehicle – Transport
MGV: Medium Goods Vehicle
MPV: Medium Passenger Vehicle
Heavy Motor Vehicle HGV: Heavy Good Vehicle HPV: Heavy Passenger Vehicle HTV: Heavy Transport Vehicle (Valid for Goods and Passenger Vehicles) HZRD : Heavy Transport Vehicle with Hazardous materials TR: Tractor RDRLR : Road Roller

 

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