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CM Uddhav ThackerayMUMBAI: Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray will on Monday launch the first-ever online learner’s licence system for four-wheelers and inaugurate the new dealer-point registration system for vehicles across the state.
There will no longer be any need to visit the RTO to appear for the learner’s licence test and anyone will now be able to take it from home. The test will be online and the learner’s licence will be uploaded on the computer or smartphone screen.
Vehicle dealers will be able to complete all formalities and payments of taxes at their level and there will be no need to bring the vehicle to the RTO premises, said an official.
Officials said the new system will do away with the sight of hundreds of applicants arriving at various RTOs across the state daily. There will be an online learner’s licence course, for which the applicant will have to enrol by paying a nominal fee, the same as is paid for a learner’s licence.
The applicant will have to compulsorily go through the eight-day course module and watch a few road safety videos. The applicant can then give online learner’s exam from anyplace and anytime with multiple choice questions.
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