Originally Posted by navnit013
LMV DL: Has a validity of 20 years from the date of issue OR upto 50 years (age of the person) whichever earlier. Then on it is extended 5 years at a time only.
HMV DL: Unless you have a LMV, you are not eligible to this. HMV has a validity on 3 years only. Has to be renewed every 3 years. BUT the persons LMV will be valid as per the LMV DL rule.
AND once you have the HMV DL you are eligible to drive any kind of GOODS CARRIERS (excluding trailers ie). BUT in case you want to drive a PASSENGER vehicle (ie Auto, Cab, Light passenger vehicle, BUS) you have to get a BADGE.
Bro i accept the first one,
If the source is internet then post a link.
As per my knowledge to drive a commercial vehicle a yellow board one we need a badge where the badge is renewed every 3 years.
The category is transport and non transport vehicles,the transport vehicles are the commercial ones and the non-transport ones are the private white board ones.
source: A family friend,served 30 years in motor vehicle department and retired in the post of RTO,
re-conformed on your doubt.
You would have confused of the category, non transport means private vehicle not goods vehicle.
Private vehicle needs no badge to drive.
As far as he is in the driver seat without a valid license to drive a transport vehicle in india,he has no right to complain.
As far as this guy is in the driver seat without a valid driving license to drive a transport vehicle in india, he has no right to complain.
somebody is earning money on every download of this video,
Do we need a video like this or a comment with %$#%^
words from this guy to know what is going on back here?
He is surprised because he is not used of it,
The speed we saw in the video is far below 40kmph.
I agree that we are rash and senseless out here but we may not be surprised and we do not scream like this guy does as we are used of it.
I had seen foreigners scream on cabs back here when a car passes in the opposite direction and seen tipping thousands to a cab driver on his skills(which we are used of in our day to day life) on driving in the roads back here.
This guy is no exception.