Sarathi Parivahan

Documents Required for Sarathi Parivahan 2023

If you are want to know how to apply for the Sarathi Parivahan application form 2023, here are some common documents that may be required :-

  1. You have required Identity proof including voter ID card, Aadhar card, PAN card, and ration card.
  2. Address proof as voter id card.
  3. Electricity and water bills are required for address proof.
  4. Mobile number and email ID.
  5. The birth certificate .
  6. Class 10th mark sheet.
  7. passport-size photographs.
  8. Age proof of the applicant.
  9. The birth certificate.
  10. Class 10th mark sheet is a must.
  • The minimum driving age in India is 16 for mopeds under 50 cc (3.1 cu in)
  • Motorcycles and car more than 50 cc 18 Years. The (RTO/RTA) issue the driving licences.
  • After people aged 50 or more, have to undergo strict medical tests in order to obtain a permit that has limited validity and requires renewal every five years.
  • A Commercial Driving Licence is valid for 3 years and then requires to be renewed.
  • Chip Card driving license start in 2019 stop the duplication of driving license.

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RTO Driving Licence Test

Tests on basic driving rules are conducted at the RTOs when an individual applies for provisional licence. The theoretical test in India consists of basic road sign questions, which are the same for car and motorcycle tests:

Multiple choice questions – 15 questions with a choice of possible answers. At least 9 questions should be answered correctly to pass this section.
Verbal or written test (depending on the state)

The theory test are completed on the computer, and both must be passed in order to pass the theory test.

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Driving licence categories

This is a list of the driving licence :
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  • MC 50CC (Motorcycle 50cc) — motorcycles with
  • MC EX50CC (Motorcycle more than 50cc) — motorcycles, light motor vehicle, and cars.
  • Motorcycles/Scooters of any engine capacity, with or without gears with an engine capacity of 50cc or more (old category).
  • MC Without Gear or M/CYCL.WOG (Motorcycle Without Gear) — motorcycles, scooters without gears, all motorcycle
  • MCWG or MC With Gear or M/CYCL.WG (Motorcycle With Gear) — all motorcycles, engine capacity more than 175cc
  • LMV-NT (Light Motor Vehicle—Non Transport) — for personal use only
  • LMV-INVCRG-NT (Light Motor Vehicle—Invalid Carrige-Non Transport) — for personal use by physically handicapped persons only
  • LMV-TR (Light Motor Vehicle—Transport) — for commercial transportation including light goods carrier.[6]
  • ‘LMV (Light Motor Vehicle)’ — including cars, jeeps, taxis, delivery vans.(16th Apr 2018 GOI Ministry of Road Tran & Highways No. RT-11021/44/2017-MVL)
  • LDRXCV (Loader, Excavator, Hydraulic Equipment)– for Commercial application of all hydraulic heavy equipment.
  • HMV (Heavy Motor Vehicle) -a person holding a LMV driving licence can only apply for heavy licence.
  • HPMV (Heavy Passenger Motor Vehicle)
  • HTV Heavy Transport Vehicle (Heavy Goods Motor Vehicle, Heavy Passenger Motor Vehicle)
  • TRANS (Heavy Goods Motor Vehicle, Heavy Passenger Motor Vehicle) including trailers can also drive it.

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Status of No of Sites on Centralized Vahan 4.0 Portal (32 states and 1302 offices)
An Assessment Study was carried out by market research agencies empanelled by the Ministry of Information Technology to judge the effectiveness of the computerization undertaken in various projects, with the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad acting as the technical advisor As per this study, the average number of trips decreased from 3.44 to 2.43, and the waiting time(in minutes) reduced from 130.62 minutes to 98.17 minutes.

There was also an average saving of Rs 66 per transaction for 12 states where the survey was conducted(total cost=travel cost per tripXno.of trips+wage loss +proportion paying bribeXaverage bribe amount). The biggest gain in savings was in Madhya Pradesh where the cost per transaction decreased from Rs. 1031.82 to 700.02 with a saving of Rs 331.80. Other states where costs decreased include

  • Haryana
  • vahan Delhi
  • Kerala
  • Orissa
  • vahan Rajasthan
  • Uttarakhand
  • mparivahan West Bengal
  • vahan However
  • in some states the cost per transaction increased. In Tamil Nadu
  • the cost per transaction increased, from 296.55 to 376.63 with a total cost increase of Rs 80.08. Other states

  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Gujarat
  • Punjab