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Prakash (Lecturer)     04 April 2013

Query about issue of driving licence

Dear respected Lawyers,


I am a one eyed person and working as an Assistant professor in a medical college.

I want a driving licence for my personal use for a car and scooter.

So I would like to know whether I can get a driving licence legally ?

I would like to inform that my left eye quite normal.


Bhanu Prakash K


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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Telangana state Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     04 April 2013

Section 9 (8) (b) of Motor Vehicles Act specifies that the applicant who is desirous of obtaining driving license has to produce a medical certificate in the form and in the manner referred to in Sub - Section (3) of Section 8.  It, therefore, follows that even if a person is one-eyed, he can be issued with a driving license if he is medically certified that the disability that he is suffering from will not be a source of danger to the public.  He can  apply for grant of driving license as per Section 9 of Motor Vehicles Act 1988.

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Manish Udar (www.Mehnat.IN)     04 April 2013

I think it will be very diffcult to get a license for you.

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