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Driver's License without Learners

Is it possible to apply for a drivers license on my own and without having to go through the learners? I keep hearing from friends/people that there's a less likely chance that I would make it on my own since the the learners "bribe" them.


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BNR

yes you can…guess registration is mere Rs. 2500… it depends on the examiner…sometimes they'll just fail you for a slightest mistake you make knowning you applied privately.

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im-curious

I heard that they're making the exam more strict, is that true?

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Kinita

They're actually a bit annoying if you apply privately. The learners schools have relationships with the authorities and push through your application etc

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Dante

1) Get a medical
2) Go to the dmv and and get registered, you'll get a date for you written exam.
3) once you write the exam you will get a date 3 months later for your trial. you will get learner permit for you tompractuce during this time.
4) the trial; you have 2 options here. there are plenty of schools near the dmv where you can hire a car to use for the trial (with a person from the school there of course). Or else, you can use your own car but you HAVE TO get a special insurance that covers learners specifically. you can apply for a one day insurance from the insurance office around the dmv. Best thing is to just hire a car from a learner school for yourself and make it clear you wont pay them for any bribes,that's what i did and it cost me only 1000 or so to hire the vehicle.

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Dante

If you are a fairly good and confident and can do the reverse test without a hitch and pull out onto the main road confidently you will be passed. Unless you get a real rotter who only wants a bribe no matter what.

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