LAHORE: In an effort to expedite the province’s licensing procedure, Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi of Punjab has formally introduced an Online Learner’s Driving License App.
Residents can now apply in person at patrol posts, Khidmat Markaz. And police headquarters by using the recently released “Online Learner Web App” mobile application.
The Chief Minister noted that the licensing facility would also be available at police stations. Patrol posts, and service centers while applauding the efforts of IG and PITB officials.
“Now citizens will able to get a learning driving licence sitting at home through the learner’s driving licence app,” Mohsin Naqvi stated in his speech on this occasion.
Learner’s driving licence services will be available at the front desk of police stations, he added.
The recently introduced internet-based system offers a user-friendly interface. Allowing residents to apply for licences from the convenience of their homes, eliminating the need for long queues. This upgrade aims to be more efficient and user-friendly compared to the previous 2003 system.
Starting Monday, the Punjab government will facilitate the online renewal of regular driving licences. Duplicate licenses, and international licences through the Punjab police application, extending the service to residents across the province.
This initiative signifies a significant move toward easing the process of obtaining driving licences. The new system is expected to save time, reduce hassles for applicants, and contribute to improving road safety throughout the province.