The Delhi government said that people can now appeal for an e-rickshaw learning license by reaching the authority directly. Its purpose is to promote a seamless system.
The Delhi government said that those wishing to get a learning license for e-rickshaws can directly contact the licensing authority. The decision is part of the government’s efforts to change the way regional offices or regional transport offices (RTOs) operate in the city, including Certificate of Registration (RC) and “faceless services” for license-related activities, which Currently undergoing testing.
The government said in a statement that the applicant can directly contact the licensing authority of the concerned area between 2 pm and 4 pm on every working day after the charioteer collects the fee through online software. He said, “The (Motor Licensing Officers) Department and our team are doing their best to monitor any problems and to guide the applicants about the difficulties faced in transferring them to the new system.
Government is increasing faceless system
Delhi’s Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot said that its objective is a smooth system, which will be successfully overcome with any waiting time. The department is planning to expand the faceless system to 70 essential services in two phases in the next few months.
Subsidy will be provided for the purchase of e-rickshaws
Additionally, to facilitate the process of obtaining a driving license for those who find difficulty in taking the working day exam, the government has also given an option to appear for the test on Sunday. Delhi will provide a subsidy of Rs 30,000 for the purchase of e-rickshaws to promote electric vehicles under the EV Policy, 2020.
The government is planning to pay five percent interest on the loan through the Delhi Finance Corporation (DFC) on the purchase of each such vehicle.
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