The Government of Andhra Pradesh is committed to provide Simple, Moral, Accountable, Responsive and Transparent (SMART) services to the people through the concept of Citizens' Charter. The Transport Department, as part of the implementation of this Citizens' Charter, has simplified the procedures to get a Driving Licence. Driving Licence Made Easy
Why do you need a Driving Licence?
As per Motor Vehicle Act 1988, a valid Driving Licence is necessary to drive any motor vehicle on public roads.
Where do you get it?
At the Regional Transport Office or Motor Vehicles Inspector's Office, having jurisdiction over your residential area.
When do you get it?
After completion of 16 years of age, for driving motor cycles with engine capacity not exceeding 50cc with the consent of the parent / guardian. After completion of 18 years of age, motor cycles with engine capacity exceeding 50cc and light motor vehicle. After completion of 20 years of age, for an endorsement to drive transport vehicles.
How to get a Driving Licence? There are two stages to get a Permanent Driving Licence.
|STAGE I||OBTAINING A LEARNER'S Licence|
|STAGE II||OBTAINING A PERMANENT Licence|
Do you need to produce a Medical Certificate?
Applicants for the Non-Transport Licences, under the age of 50 years do not require a Medical Certificate. However, those applicants who are over 50 years of age must produce a Medical Certificate. All applicants for Transport Vehicle Licence must produce a Medical Certificate, irrespective of their age.
|»||RENEWAL OF DRIVING Licence|
|»||ISSUE OF DUPLICATE DRIVING Licence|
|»||INTERNATIONAL DRIVING PERMIT|
|»||CHANGE OF ADDRESS|
|»||ADDITION OF ANOTHER CLASS OF VEHICLE TO DRIVE|
|»||FAQs / QUESTIONNAIRE|