Centre asks states to stamp international conference particulars on International Driving Permits


New Delhi, September 21

Noting that many international locations will not be accepting International Driving Permit (IDP) issued to Indian residents, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on Monday mentioned it has requested states to stamp associated particulars on the primary web page of the allow.

The choice was taken after it was dropped at the discover of the ministry that many international locations will not be accepting International Driving Permit issued to Indian residents asking for validation of IDP to be in accordance of International Convention of Road Traffic of 19th September 1949.

“The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has advised the States and Union Territory administrations to stamp ‘International Convention of Road Traffic of 19th September 1949’ on the first page of International Driving Permit (IDP) issued by them,” MoRTH mentioned in an announcement.

It has been dropped at the discover of the ministry by way of varied public grievances that many international locations will not be accepting the International Driving Permit issued to Indian residents, and that officers there ask for the validation of IDP in accordance of International Convention of Road Traffic of 19th September 1949, it added.

“In an advisory issued to Transport Secretaries/Commissioners of States/UTs, the ministry has also provided a copy of the stamp as being placed by some of the RTOs (regional transport officers) and accepted internationally for reference,” the assertion mentioned. PTI

 



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