How To Link Driving Licence with Aadhaar - 8 Easy Steps

by Vivaan Khatri | 28/05/2020
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In the near future, it will be compulsory to link driving licence with Aadhaar. The question is, how can you link driving licence with Aadhaar

1. Why have to link driving licence with Aadhaar

Aadhaar is the official document that serves as the proof of address and the identity of every Indian citizen. This document includes a 12-digit unique number that is issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). First introduced in January 2009, the Aadhaar has gradually become one of the most essential documents. As per recent reports, UIDAI is planning to make it compulsory to link driving licence with Aadhaar.

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Multiple driving licences will be eliminated when the driving licence is linked to Aadhaar 

It is not uncommon to see a person who owns more than one driving licence. By linking the driving licence to unique Aadhaar, the government can make sure that each citizen would not own more than one driving licence, thereby eliminating the fake and duplicate driving licences. It would be easier to identify the owner of the vehicles as well as better handle all the related data. It is important to know that after the deadline, all the driving licence which are not linked to Aadhaar will become invalid.

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2. How To Link Driving Licence with Aadhaar

The issue of driving licence is under the control of the state government’s Road Transport Department or the Union Territory. Thereby, each state will require a different procedure to link your Aadhaar with your driving licence. But still, all states will apply the same core steps. Linking Aadhaar with a driving licence can be easily done at home without going to the state’s offices. For now, this process is not initiated yet. However, after all the legal and infrastructural preparation is completed, this new process will be official.

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Each state will require a different procedure to link Aadhaar to driving licence

In the following, IndianAuto will help you with the steps to follow the new procedure.

Step 1: Go to the official website of your state’s Road Transport Department or Union Territory

Step 2: Select the “Link Aadhaar”

Step 3: Select the “Driving Licence” option from the dropdown menu

Step 4: Enter the number of your driving licence. Then click on the “Get Details” button

Step 5: Enter 12-digit Aadhaar number

Step 6: Enter your phone number which is used to register Aahaar with UIDAI)

Step 7: Click on the “Submit” button. The system will send an OPT to your registered phone number

Step 8: Enter the OTP to complete the process

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You can find the official website address of your state’s Department of Transport below

States

Department of Transport Websites

 Andhra Pradesh

https://www.aptransport.org/

Arunachal Pradesh

https://arunachaltransport.nic.in/

Assam

https://transport.assam.gov.in/

Bihar

http://transport.bih.nic.in/

Chhattisgarh

http://chdtransport.gov.in/

Delhi

https://transport.delhi.gov.in/

Gujarat

https://rtogujarat.gov.in/

Haryana

https://hartrans.gov.in/

Himachal Pradesh

https://himachal.nic.in/index.php?lang=1&dpt_id=3

Jammu And Kashmir

http://www.jktransport.nic.in/

Jharkhand

http://jhtransport.gov.in/

Karnataka

https://transport.karnataka.gov.in/english

Kerala

https://kerala.gov.in/transport-department

Madhya Pradesh

http://transport.mp.gov.in/

Maharashtra

https://transport.maharashtra.gov.in/

Manipur

http://manipurtransport.in/

Meghalaya

http://megtransport.gov.in/

Mizoram

https://transport.mizoram.gov.in/

Nagaland

http://mvd.nagaland.gov.in/                      

Odisha

http://as2.ori.nic.in:8080/web/

Punjab

http://olps.punjabtransport.org/

Rajasthan

http://www.transport.rajasthan.gov.in/

Sikkim

https://sikkim.gov.in/departments/transport-department

Tamil Nadu

https://tnsta.gov.in/tnsta/homepage

Telangana

https://transport.telangana.gov.in/

Tripura

https://transport.tripura.gov.in/

Uttar Pradesh

http://www.arunachaltransport.nic.in/

Uttarakhand

http://utc.uk.gov.in/

West Bengal

https://www.morth.gov.in/govt-west-bengal

 

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