To renew driving license in Nepal you need to visit the nearest Department of Transport Management, Nepal located in your region.
|Content||Driving License Renewal|
|Issued By||Department of Transport Management|
|Renewal Fee||Rs 1500|
|Medical Fee||Color Blind: Rs 90|
Blood Group: Rs 5
|Fine After||90 days or more|
|Fine Percent||100%, 200%, 300%, 400% and 500%|
What documents are needed to renew driving license in Nepal?
The documents needed to renew your driving license in Nepal are listed below.
- Expired Driving License
- Copy of your Citizenship
- Rs. 10 postal ticket (Ask in your region)
What is Driving License Renewal Process in Nepal?
To renew your driving license in Nepal follow the process listed below.
Token and EDL print
You do not need to fill up forms to renew license these days all you need is a photocopy of your license and citizenship and ask for license renewal token.
Transport Management has started taking biometrics in which they will take a photograph, fingerprint and signature.
So, you do not need to submit passport size photo.
In the medical check up for the license in Nepal, they will ask you for a color blind test which will take no more than a minutes.
Calculate your license fees
After completing your medical checkups you now need to calculate your license renewal fee. License renewal fee are different for all the vehicle groups.
Two-Wheelers, Small Four Wheelers, Big and other type all have different charges.
Apart from license renewal, if you fail to pay on time you must pay late fee charges as well.
After calculating your final charges you must pay all the charges in full.
No, paperwork is needed and once completed.
Receive a White and Pink receipt
After payment you might need to wait for a few minutes, they will call you by your name and once completed.
They will hand over 2 payment receipts one White and Other is Pink.
After this, you can go home, and to check your license print status, you can check their official website.
How much is License renewal Fee in Nepal?
In Driving license renewal charges in Nepal start from Rs 1500 for two-wheelers, 2000 for small vehicles such as Cars and Jeeps, 2500 for heavy vehicles, and the highest will be Rs 3000.
Late Fee Charges
100%, 200%, 300%, 400% and 500%
After how many months will I have to pay fines for an expired license in Nepal?
The Department of Transport Management charges fines for driver’s licenses after 3 months or 90 days of expiry.