RTMC Drivers and Learners Online Portal
The RTMC drivers and learners online portal is an online portal designed to help applicants who want to have the convenient to renew or apply for a new license. The sector has suffered a lot of backlash from the public due to queues and allegations of bribery and corruption against some officials at the department.
Popularly called the National Traffic Information System (NATIS) is all new online platform for booking or renewal of driving licence. Embrace technology as it is the new trend simplifying life everywhere.
The RTMC drivers and learners online portal was piloted in the Gauteng province with the intention to expand it to all other provinces in the course of time.
How the Online Portal Works
With this people can apply for:
- their written learners licence test;
- drivers test;
- book for the renewal a drivers’ licence;
- professional’s driving permit.
- Applicants can visit the site at online.natis.gov.za .
- Enter the details of the applicant, stating your ID and other documents that will be used or submitted.
- Select the time and place (DLTC) to book your an appointment.
For Drivers Licence Renewals, the applicant will receive a message that clearly spells out the documents to come along with. Per the message, the applicant is to bring along an eye test result carried out by a registered and qualified Ophthalmologist or Optometrist on the day when the appointment is due to avoid any disappointment.
The system updates the availability of the DLTC in real time to make sure that it is always updated.
At the website, you can do booking and there is also separate page where applicants forms can download the required application.
RTMC Drivers and Learners Online Portal Video Guide – Courtesy: Albert Wessie
Watch the video below for the visuals as to how you can apply for renewal or book for learners licence.
If you are having any challenge booking, you can call for support on 0861400800
The department has reiterated their commitment to listen the plights of their customers and make the payment of the fees more electronic to stamp out the human interference. This will help reduce the purported corruption allegations that has been circulating.
Most users have been made to pay bribe to the registration officials have recounted their ordeal and is calling on the managers of the new booking online portal to fast track their implementation of those good ideas.