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Friday, 27 April 2018

Personal Driving License Holder Can Drive Taxis without a Commercial License


Personal driving permit holders would now be able to drive cabs/ taxis and light transport vehicles without the requirement for a business permit. This rule applies to Light Motor Vehicle also known as LMVs only, which implies a non-transport LMV license holder can drive a commercial vehicle of the same class, similar to a cabs or passenger carriers like an omnibus. The rule also extends out to three-wheelers, e-Rickshaws and motorbike taxis, and also they as well go under LMV class.

Be that as it may, with a specific end goal to drive trucks, buses or some other heavy commercial vehicle, one needs to acquire a substantial commercial vehicle license for that specific class.

Strikingly, this rule became effective, in a Supreme Court governing nearly a year back, i.e. in July 2017. A three-judge bench decided that there was no necessity to acquire a different endorsement to drive a transport vehicle if one already holds a valid LMV license. "At the point when a driver is approved to drive a vehicle, he can drive it regardless of the reality whether it is utilized for a private reason or for purpose of hire or reward or for carrying the goods in the said vehicle. It is what is proposed by the arrangement of the Act, and the Amendment Act 54/1994"

As indicated by the government, a vehicle/commercial vehicle with a gross vehicle with an unladen weight of 7,500 kg or less is considered as a light engine vehicle and no different endorsement on the license is required to drive such a vehicle. Subsequently, even an individual permit issued to drive a non-transport LMV is legitimate to drive a commercial taxi or an omnibus, which don't surpass the endorsed weight confine. Following the July 2017 Supreme Court arrange, now, the state governments have been guided by the Ministry of Road, Transport, and Highways (MoRTH) to comply with this new rule.

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