You can now get your RTO work done without visiting the center. Around 58 citizen-centric services will now be available online. These services include, among others, those pertaining to driver’s licenses, conductor licenses, car registration, permits, and ownership transfers.
According to a notice from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), these services can be accessed using Aadhaar authentication on a voluntary basis, negating the requirement to contact the RTO.
With this development, the RTOs’ footfall is probably going to drop, which would increase their operational efficiency, according to the Ministry.
Meanwhile, the person who does not have an Aadhaar number may need to visit RTO physically for verifying their identity by providing an alternative document to the appropriate authorities in accordance with CMVR 1989, according to a notification released by the ministry.