We are making the driving test easier since Bagmati Province has introduced the “70 Points” system. The points-based system will be used in the driver’s license test in Bagmati Province, which the Department of Transportation Management issued.

Notice Date: February 16, 2023

Because of technical preparations, the Province of Bagmati postponed its launch. The point-based system was scheduled to go into effect in July 2021. A candidate can pass the driving license examination by earning a 70 out of 100 on the practical exams (trials). Seven categories and 100 points are weighted equally for two- and four-wheelers.

Making the driving test easier Bagmati Province Introduces the 70 Points System

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 Check out the driving test points from the Four Wheelers:

  • The Figure 8 test will get you a maximum of twenty points.
  • Speed breaker/ bumps test will get you 10 points. In case of switching off the vehicle, you will lose 5 points.
  • U-turn test will get you 10 points.
  • The traffic signals exam will get you 15 points, but if you ignore the lights, you will lose all your 15 points.
  • The other ramp test will get you 15 points, but your vehicle shouldn’t miss the boundary or turn off the edge.
  • Parking in garage test consists of 20 points. However, you will lose ten pints if your vehicle reverses while reaching the designated line.
  • A behavioral element will get you around 10 points. However, you will lose all your issues if you drive recklessly or fail to fasten your seatbelt correctly.
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 Check out the driving test points from the Two Wheelers:

  • The figure 8 test will get you 20 points. Even if your car crosses a numbered line while taking the test, you won’t receive a failing grade. If you make two contacts with the numbered sequence, you will each forfeit five points.
  • Other tests are similar to the Four wheelers: Traffic Signals, U-turns, Speed breaker/bumps, Ramps, and Behavioral aspects.

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