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New technology for driving license test at RTO Jaipur to be launched by Sep 5: All you need to know

The sensors on the automated tracks will examine driving skills of the applicant. A computerized network connected to this system will declare the result –whether the applicant failed or passed the driving test.

September 5, 2018, 11:06 am

RTO Jaipur

RTO, Jaipur. Image credit: Post Staff

Jaipur: Regional Transport office (RTO) Jaipur has come up with a sensor-equipped technology for conducting driving tests. The sensor-equipped automated driving track has been installed at RTO in Jagatpura. The sensors on the automated tracks will examine driving skills of the applicant. A computerized network connected to this system will declare the result –whether the applicant failed or passed the driving test. The track will be inaugurated by September 15. According to transport minister Yunus Khan, this is the first sensor equipped automated track of the state built at Jagatpura RTO. More tracks like this will soon be introduced in other 12 RTO in the state. Applicants should sufficient driving skills to pass the test.The new technology is expected to reduce corruption regarding the licensing process. Five such tracks have been prepared at Jagatpura RTO, one for the two-wheelers and the other four for four-wheeled vehicles. The new process for issuing a driving license at Jaipur is as follow:
  • The applicant will have to take an appointment date and time from the RTO. This can be done online too.
  • The applicant will have to reach 45 minutes before the test starts on the day of the appointment at RTO.
  • The applicant will have to attend a 20-minute class before the test.
  • The applicant will be giving four types of test during the driving trails.
  • In the first test, the applicant will have to park their vehicle at an angular and parallel way on the track.
  • In the second test, the applicant will have to follow all the traffic rules while driving on ‘8’ shaped road.
  • In the third test, the applicant will have to drive on a ‘H’ shaped track.
  • In the final test, the applicant will have to hold their vehicle on an elevated track.

First published: September 5, 2018