The Punjab Learner Driving License Fee for 2024 will remain unchanged until January 16, 2024, as announced by the Punjab government. The decision, made by Mohsin Naqvi, the acting Chief Minister of Punjab, involves deferring the proposed fee increase of 1566 percent, from Rs60 to Rs1000, for learner licenses.
Punjab Learner Driving License Fee 2024
Chief Minister Naqvi has underscored the significance of utilizing the extended period to obtain driver’s licenses at the existing cost. Despite concerns about the growing number of individuals driving without licenses, he has postponed the implementation of the fee hike until January 16, 2024, to give people more time to comply with regulations.
Expressing worry about the increasing instances of driving without licenses, Naqvi has urged people to adhere to the regulations before the specified deadline. Non-compliance may lead to legal consequences, including imprisonment.
Driving Fee Details
|Learner Driving Fee
|Fee Remain Same till
|16 January 2024
|Rs60 to Rs1000
In response to the overwhelming demand for learner driving licenses online, with more than 1 million people waiting at traffic police centers across Punjab, the government initially set a deadline of January 1 for the fee increase. However, due to the surge in applications and overflowing driving license issuance, Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi has intervened, announcing a delay in implementing the higher fees.
How to Apply Online for a Learner Driving License
For those seeking to apply for a Learner Driving License online, the process involves creating an account on the DLIMS licensing website (Sign Up), filling out the application form, uploading necessary documents, generating a PSID, and making payment through ATM, online banking, or mobile banking channels.