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No more waiting of applicants in queues for Driving licence.


No more waiting of applicants in queues at Regional Transport Authority office.

Worried about waiting in long queues at the Regional Transport Authority (RTA) office even before you can take the test for learner’s licence (LLR) or for driving licence? Relax. Now, it has been made easy. Register online and save yourself from the hassles of waiting in queues.

Transport Commissioner N. Balasubrahmanyam launched online service for issue of licences at a trade union office and an automobile dealer showroom in Visakhapatnam for the first time in the State on Saturday.

Earlier, applicants had to book slots through Mee Seva centres, visit the RTA office and form separate queues for taking the application forms, for getting their digital photo in the photo room and for payment of the requisite fee. The applicants had to spend a couple of hours at the RTA office for all these works.

Aadhar link

Online applicants can simply log on to and fill in the application form, take their passport photograph with their smart phone and upload it and also pay the requisite fee online. The system is linked to Aadhar and it would extract the details of the individual.

The applicant has to scan a copy of his/her present address and upload it, if there is a change in the address from that given in the Aadhar. The applicant can complete the whole process in less than five minutes.

Online applicants need not apply for any other forms at the RTA office. They can directly take the test after getting their finger print scanned for identification.The RTA services pertaining to renewal of licence, issue of duplicate licence, change of address and other services will also be made online soon.

Mr. Balasubrahmanyam, who launched the online service at the L.J. Driving School, set up by Visakha Autorickshaw Karmika Sangam (CITU), appreciated CITU president K. Satyanarayana on his initiative in establishing the driving school. The CITU leader had undergone training in provision of online services.

Later, Mr. Balasubrahmanyam also launched online service at Jayabheri Driving School of Jayabheri Automobiles in the city. Deputy Transport Commissioner S. Venkateswara Rao, MVI M. Butchi Raju, and Jayabheri Automobiles general manager Sannibabu and manager Rajesh were present.

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