Tamil Nadu RTO Website is providing more information to give services of Learner License (LLR). The below information is very useful to know about the LLR before initiate.
Transport Commissionerate and State Transport Authority (Government of Tamil Nadu)
Learner License (LLR) Services
Before applying for DL, one should get a learner license (LLR commonly called). One who completed 18 years, can apply for LLR online at sarathi.parivahan.gov.in You can select your RTO/MVI office with the help of Pincode. You can apply for LLR either directly or through recognized driving schools. The online portal is self-guided and fills up all information required. You have to upload all the necessary documents such as address proof, age proof, and medical certificate if the applicant’s age is more than 40 years, etc.
You can make fees either online or through the nearest SBI branch offline. Once payment is done you can fix the appointment online itself to take photographs at the RTO/MVI office to avoid unnecessary waiting time. At the end of the process, you will get a barcode/QR code acknowledgment slip. Take a printout of the acknowledgment slip and visit the RTO/MVI office on the appointment day and time (you can reach just half an hour before the appointment time). After scrutinizing your application by the Motor Vehicles Inspector, photographs will be taken and you can get LLR print out from the portal. This LLR is valid for six months and you can apply for DL of your choice within one month of the LLR issue date.
If the applicant failed the Learner License test, he/she can reappear for the test on the next day onwards after paying the necessary fees. If LLR is expired the applicant has to apply fresh.
Syllabus for LLR Test
- Traffic signs & signals, rules of the road regulations made.
- Duties of the driver during involvement in an accident.
- Precautions to be taken while passing un-manned railway crossing.
- The Documents he/she should carry with him while driving a vehicle.
- Any person who has completed 16 years of age may get a license for driving a Motor Cycle without Gear – Not exceeding 50 ccs. (with parental consent ) Any person who has completed 18 years of age may get a license for driving a Motor Cycle with Gear and Light Motor Vehicle. Any person who has completed 20 years of age and passed 8 the standard with valid DL and one-year driving experience, can apply for Heavy Motor Vehicle (HMV).
- There is no minimum educational qualification for driving a non-transport vehicle such as cars, Motorcycle, Tractor, etc.
- To obtain a driving license for transport vehicles (Goods vehicle, Bus, taxi, etc), the applicant should have minimum educational qualification of pass in 8th standard.
- Application in Form-2 generated Online.
- Age proof.
- Address proof.
- Medical Certificate in Form No.1-A. (in case of Transport vehicle and the age of the applicant is more than 40 Years old).
- Application cum Declaration as to the Physical Fitness Form-1.
*Fee for LLR for a single class of vehicle Rs.230/-
*Fee for LLR for the double class of vehicle Rs.380/-