You can practice Tamil Nadu RTO (English) test for freehere. People are using Learners Test to increase their chances of passing the theory test on the very first try. Practice multiple times to cover all 500+ questions in our question bank for free. Click here to start practicing now.
In Tamil Nadu, all individuals seeking to apply for a permanent driving licence have to first apply for a learner's licence, which permits them to drive under the supervision of someone who possesses a permanent driving licence.
For obtaining a Learner's Licence, you will need to apply in the prescribed format to the Local Transport Office in your region, along with your passport-sized photographs, proof of your age and residence, declaration of medical fitness and the required fee. After verification of your documents, you will have to go through the Learners Test. Usually a handbook of traffic rules, signs and regulations is provided with the application form. On passing the Learners Test, you will be issued a Learners Licence. If you fail the test, you will be given a chance to take the test again.
You can also approach the e-service centers or the CSC centers for availing this service. #You can find the e-service centers in the municipality office or teshil office in your area. You can also find the e-service centers by providing appropriate information under the following link : E-Service Centers Link. Learners Licence is valid only for six months. One can apply for a permanent license only after a month after receiving Leaner's License.
Any person who has completed:
16 years of age is eligible to get a license for driving a Motor Cycle without Gear - Not exceeding 50 cc
18 years of age is eligible to get a license for driving a Motor Cycle with Gear and Light Motor Vehicle
20 years of age is eligible to get a license for driving a Transport Vehicle, if he/she has One years
Also, no person shall be granted a learners licence to drive a medium or heavy goods vehicle or passenger vehicle unless he has held a driving licence valid for a light motor vehicle (LMV) for at least one year