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A Learner's Licence (L.L.) is valid for a period of 6 months. Driving Licence (D.L.) should be applied 30 days after after issue of LL and before the end of validity. No person under the age of eighteen years shall drive a motor vehicle in any public place. Provided that a motor cycle with engine capacity not exceeding 50cc may be driven in a public place by a person attaining the age of sixteen years. No person under the age of twenty years shall drive a transport (commercial) vehicle in any public place.
Restriction on granting Learner's licecnce to certain vehicles
No person shall be granted a learner's licence to drive a transport (commercial) vehicle unless he has held a driving licence to drive a motor vehicle for at least one year. No Person under the age of eighteen years shall be granted a learner's licence to drive a motor cycle without gear except with the consent in writing of the person having the care of the person desiring the learner's licence.
Learner's Licence Holder Rules
A learner licence holder should be accompanied by an instructor holding an effective driving licence and in such a position to take control or stop the vehicle. 'L' should be painted on the car/ plate/ card on both the front and the rear of the vehicle, in red and a white background. The painting should be should not be less than 18 centimetres square and the 'L' shall not be less than 10 cm high, 2 cm thick and 9 cm wide at the bottom.
Duplicate Learner's Licence
On loss of original Leaner's Licence, application for a duplicate L.L. can be made by submitting: Learner's Licence number and Appropriate fees