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Old 16th May 2016, 16:36   #31
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Default Re: RTO Driving Test with an Automatic Transmission?

IMHO, no such rule in Mumbai. I remember obtaining a two wheeler license on a Kinetic Honda and the DL still showed 'M/Cycle with gear'. People who tested on geared scooters/mobikes also got the same category of license.

Same is the case with cars as well as far as Mumbai is concerned.
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Old 16th May 2016, 16:45   #32
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In Guwahati's Kamrup(Metro) DTO (it is District Transport Office here), you simply need to drive any four wheeler and if you pass (which no one does for reasons anyone can guess ) you get a LMV license. Have seen few ATs being driven in the tests when I accompanied my uncle for his test.

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