getting a lisence

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getting a lisence

Postby Chipa » 13th August 2013, 23:38

Dear Zambia,
I'm 16 years old with a reg and I wanted to find out if its possible for me to get a lisence(Any type or lisence,I've been hearing about provision lisence and its terms and wanted to verify)
thanku
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Re: getting a lisence

Postby automobile » 14th August 2013, 00:06

Chipa,
To get a Driver's license do the following:
1) Register at a Driving School. K400 approximately.
2) You will need 20 working days for lessons
3) To secure your provisional license you will need to pass the 10 basic rules test at RATSA ( this will be explained by your driving School) This should take 7 working days.
4) At this point you will be able to drive with a licensed driver in the car with you for 6 months.
5) Complete your remaining practical lessons and ask your driving school to issue you with your Class C driver's license. Once your license is ready from South Africa, buy L ( Learner plates ) and off you go on your own on Zambia's roads. Oh 1 more thing. Remember Road Safety is no Accident. Good luck!
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Re: getting a lisence

Postby trevor C mwila » 26th September 2013, 20:21

Hi there,there are some procedures which you have to follow for you to get a license from RTSA.first you have to go there and book for a day to go and write a written test questions come from the high way code.if you pass that's when you will be shot a photo there and then in the scan room,you even sign technologically then u will have to pay forty something kwacha then you will be given a provisional license.
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Re: getting a lisence

Postby Square » 26th September 2013, 20:37

Chipa wrote :
> Dear Zambia,
> I'm 16 years old with a reg and I wanted to find out if its possible for
> me to get a lisence(Any type or lisence,I've been hearing about provision
> lisence and its terms and wanted to verify)
> thanku


Dear Chipo,
I first obtained my hunting license when I was 21 years old. Since then I have hunted everything from Kudu, Eland, Antelope, lots of Impala and two buffaloes. I always share the meat with the entire village after a successful kill.

The terms of the hunting licenses I obtain usually stipulate that I only hunt in designated areas and within a specific time frame. Usually 1 to 3 months.

Good luck in your hunt for a hunting license.
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Re: getting a lisence

Postby Bryan Mwiinga » 25th February 2018, 15:07

So, How Much Does It Cost All Together?
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Re: getting a lisence

Postby El Geraldo » 25th May 2018, 11:08

Medical fee k100
Provisional license fee k104
Ratsa booking k78
Private vehicle booking k200
(road and cones)
Liecense card fee k130
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Re: getting a lisence

Postby Libala localised » 25th May 2018, 13:19

We Zambians are not usually specific. License for what? Doctor, lawyer, church man, witchcraft, what???

Anyway, I cannot beat common sense into the heads of some Zambians. hard as I may try
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