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What should be done if the vehicle has been towed by a Traffic Crane?

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Namita Prasad
Level 6 contributor
You would need to contact the nearest traffic police circle and pay the challan or fine for improper parking as well as the towing charges for the vehicle.
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In which cases can a vehicle be towed by the traffic authorities?

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Namita Prasad
Level 6 contributor
Vehicles can be towed by the traffic authorities in the following conditions:

  • The vehicle has been parked in a restricted zone
  • The vehicle has been parked in a manner causing inconvenience to the road users.
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In which cases can traffic police detain a vehicle?

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Namita Prasad
Level 6 contributor
Traffic authorities can detain a vehicle in the following cases:

  • The driver is driving without any license
  • The vehicle is driven without being registered.
  • A commercial vehicle is being driven without a permit.
  • Vehicle is being driven without any road tax payment
  • Vehicle has a suspicious number plate
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What should be done if the vehicle documents get seized by a traffic cop?

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Namita Prasad
Level 6 contributor
In such cases, the person can have their documents released by paying the penalty fee for the related offense in court.
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What needs to be done if you are stopped by the traffic police due to a traffic violation?

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Namita Prasad
Level 6 contributor
You can either pay the penalty fee for the receipt or you can surrender the documents against the challan receipt and attend court when it is expected.
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Should I carry a driving license when driving?

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Namita Prasad
Level 6 contributor
Of course. In case you are not carrying a license and is found guilty for not carrying a Driving License then a challan amount or imprisonment or both can be compounded on the guilty.
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How do I apply for the Learner's License?

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Abhishek Dewangan, Raipur
Level 9 contributor
In order to apply for the leaner's license you would first require the following documents: 

  • Address proof ( Electricity, telephone bill, adhaar card, passport etc)
  • Age Proof ( PAN Card, Birth Certificate, 10th mark sheet, passport etc)
  • Completely filled application form
  • Passport size photographs
  • Medical Certificate signed by a certified government doctor.

After applying in the prescribed format in your local Regional Transport Office by submitting the application form and relevant documents, your documents would be verified. Post the verification you would go through the leaner's exam.

The learner's exam is a multiple choice question based online exam which would test your knowledge of traffic rules, signs and regulations etc. On clearing the Leaner's test, you would issued the leaner's license which would be valid for a period of 6 months. In case you fail the exa, you would be given a chance to take the test again.

You can apply for a Permanent Driving License 30 days after the issue date of Learner's License. The application for permanent Driving License must be filed within 180 days of issue date of Learner's License.
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Is a learner's driving license valid all over India?

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Dileep Jagat
Level 7 contributor
No. Compared to full driving license which is valid across India, the leaner's license is only valid in the state where it is issued.
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What is the minimum age to get a permanent driving license for goods transportation services?

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Dileep Jagat
Level 7 contributor
In India, you need to be at least of 20 years of age in order to get a permanent driving license for paid driving services like goods transportation services.
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What is the minimum age to drive a public transport vehicle?

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Monika Sachdeva
Level 7 contributor
Any driver who wishes to drive a public transport vehicle should be of a minimum age of 20 years.
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