New Delhi | Jagran Press Office: According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, June 30 is the last date to renew your vehicle documents such as driver’s license, insurance and more. Although, even in the aftermath of COVID-19, the government will not extend the deadline any further but, according to the new guidelines, you can renew or create a new driver’s license at home. Yes, you read that right. According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the entire process was done online. Know more:
Driving license online
Due to the wrath of COVID-19, the government has decided to roll out new guidelines for driver’s license renewal and application. Yes, according to the new rules, the whole process of applying for a learner’s license has been done online. Here, the application form, printing and other formalities are easily available on the Internet. Moreover, those who are trying to renew their driver’s license, surrender their driver’s license and use other documents like medical certificates etc., all this is now possible online.
RC renewal process
In accordance with new directives from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the vehicle registration process has been simplified. From now on, you can obtain the renewal of the registration certificate 2 months in advance. At the same time, the registration deadline for your vehicle has also been extended from 1 month to 6 months.
No need for a physical driving test at RTO
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is necessary to stay at home and bearing in mind that the government has also made some changes to the process of the driving test for the learner’s license. According to the new rules, it is not necessary to go to the RTO office for the driving test, but the test can be easily completed online at home with the help of a tutorial.
Posted by: Sanyukta Baijal