Six Cities Get Round-the-Clock Driving License Facilities in Pakistan

In six of the most populated cities in the province, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Punjab Police (Traffic) Mirza Faran Baig announced the opening of a 24-hour driving licence service. These facilities will assist the public even after regular business hours, enabling people to get their licences within a 24-hour period.

According to DIG Traffic, driving test facilities will be established in each of the province’s six major cities: Lahore, Gujranwala, Multan, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, and Sialkot. He further stated that these facilities would be open nonstop.

Additionally, from two to six days have been added to the schedule for driving licence exams. To encourage the general public to take advantage of this service, the department has taken this action.

According to Faran, residents will be able to schedule a time to take the driving test using an online appointment system. According to him, residents of Punjab might get a licence from one district and renew it in any other district.

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