Soon you won’t need to visit different websites of state transport departments or download several mobile apps for availing vehicle ownership and driving licence-related services. The government is gearing to launch a ‘Super’ app, which will provide a “one-stop” solution for all such needs across states with vehicle owners just needing to sign in once to avail all the facilities.
The “Super” app is being developed by the National Informatics Centre. Services that the users can avail through this app include tax payment, duplicate RC/ fitness/ permit, transfer of ownership, change of address, hypothecation and issue of NOC. Similarly, one can avail online learner’s licence, new driving licence and renewal, duplicate licence, change of address and international driving permit through the app. The users will also be able to make payment of challan online and verify the payment as well.
Director general of NIC, Neeta Verma, said, “This will require one-time registration. We will have a provision for generating alerts for the users to update them about the renewal of documents and for payments that are due. The app will be available in different languages. To begin with we will have it in English and Hindi,” she said.
The app will also have a provision to store all documents related to the vehicle and driver. A legal provision will be made to treat all such stored documents as valid by enforcement agencies.