Punjab, the most populous province in the nation, has implemented a new system that enables residents to apply for a driving license in any of the province’s cities. This development was made public by the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Traffic, who stated that it had been made in order to make the procedure simpler for the general public.
In the past, individuals had to get their license from the district where they resided. The new system, however, now allows citizens to apply for a license in any city in Punjab.
The Driving License Issuance Management System (DLIMS) allows applicants to submit applications for private, LTV (Light Transport Vehicle), and PSV (Public Service Vehicle) licenses. A learning permit is the first step before submitting an application for the primary license.
Applicants must pass a driving test in order to obtain a private driving license. An authorized staff member watches the driver during the test to evaluate their knowledge of the rules of the road and their aptitude for safe vehicle operation.
A learner’s permit, a copy of the applicant’s CNIC (Computerized National Identity Card), two passport-size photos, and a bank receipt for PKR 100 from any Habib Bank Limited (HBL) branch are requirements for obtaining a driving license.