Trial for driving license being conducted. (File photo)
KATHMANDU: All seven provinces have agreed to issue driving licenses in the same manner.
This comes after transport ministers of all seven provinces called on Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Mohammad Ishtiyaq Rayi, and decided to maintain uniformity in driving license tests in line with the recent driving license test directive.
The Department of Transport Management has set new rules for the driving license test.
Accordingly, all seven provinces agreed to follow the new rules and issue driving licenses on a point-based system.
The examinee has to secure 70 out of 100 in both written and practical tests (trials) to pass the test for a driving license.
Similarly, the central government has also said that license will be printed in all seven provinces.
Rayi also says the government would provide printing machines to all seven provinces so that people would get their licenses faster.