Duplicate/Lost Learner’s License

Last updated on Jun 15, 2022

If you have lost or damaged your Learner’s License, you can get a duplicate Learner’s License with your application number and date of birth. Follow the steps given below to get a print-out of your Learner’s License:

Step 1 – You should visit the website of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, and select the State. This will redirect you to a page that will ask you for your application number and date of birth.

Step 2 – You should fill in the required details.

Step 3 – You can then print your Learner’s License.

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