In India, a driving licence is a crucial document that allows an individual to operate a motor vehicle legally on public roads. The driving licence is issued by the Regional Transport Office (RTO) or Regional Transport Authority (RTA) after an individual successfully passes a driving test and completes the required documentation.
The driving licence in India is categorized into two types: Learner’s Licence and Permanent Licence. A learner’s licence is issued for a temporary period and allows the individual to learn driving under the supervision of a licensed driver. On the other hand, a permanent driving licence is issued after the individual completes a driving test and meets all the eligibility criteria.
|State||Fine for Driving Without Driving License|
|Jammu and Kashmir||₹2,000|