Delhi gets eight new driving test trucks to speed up licensing

Delhi plans to take several new driving test courses in the metropolitan area to reduce the waiting time for those who are looking forward to getting a permanent license. The state government plans to install eight new such test trucks around Delhi to speed up the process.

The Government of Delhi has already bid on the construction of an autonomous driver’s license test site and hopes to complete it within two years of completing the bidding process. Eight new trucks will be added to the existing 10 driver’s license test trucks in Delhi-NCR, bringing the total to 18.

The new driver’s license test truck 10 Chlore will be held at Kashmere Gate’s Indira Gandhi Delhi Women’s University of Technology, Bauna’s Delhi Institute of Technology, and five Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs): Pusa, Japharpur Karan, Mayur Vihar, Shahdara, Jail Road and Narera. ..

“These new automatic driver’s license test trucks will help reduce the waiting time for applicants seeking a permanent driver’s license. Currently, the waiting time to take the test is about two months,” he said. A senior officer of the Delhi Transport Authority was quoted by the news agency PTI. ..

Automated trucks are used to test the applicant’s skills across the range, including uphill, forward 8, reverse S, and traffic junctions. Applicants seeking a permanent driver’s license are tested with as many as 24 driving skills. These include vehicle reverse, parking, overtaking, and intersections at intersections in an “S” stretch. Delhi gets eight new driving test trucks to speed up licensing

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