Renewal of Learner’s License

Last updated on Jun 15, 2022

As a Learner’s License is valid only for 6 months, you need to get it renewed or get a new one once that period has passed.

You can renew your Learner’s License, which is valid for 6 months, or obtain a new one after the date of its expiry, depending on the rules of your state. This procedure varies across states, so you should check the rules specific to your state. For example, in Haryana, you can renew your Learner’s License only once.1

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Read this government resource to know more

  1. IndiaGov Archive, Obtain Driving License: Haryana, https://archive.india.gov.in/howdo/service_detail.php?formid=151&service=6[]

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