Regional transport office’s (RTO) newly implemented scheme to accept only those online applications for learning licences that have been generated through online portal have run into rough weather due to technical glitches.
The RTO officials announced that from September 1, the new learning driving licence should be made online.
“The RTO’s portal have not been able to smoothly generate receipts. Many a time the application form has to be filled again as the portal either gets hang or it displays server error,” said Naresh Lalwani, who was applying for the driving licence.
While those who are not attuned to the internet, the E-mitra center brings hardly any relief. “E-mitra charges Rs 300 to 500 to fill one online application. The agents would ask mere Rs 200 for the same. Also, there are huge crowds at the E-mitra centres,” said another applicant.
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