As per data from 2022, more women from the state of Kerala aspired to learn driving than in any other Indian state. As reported by the Times Of India, of the 11 lakh people who received a Learners License (LL) in Kerala, 40 per cent were women.In India, the LL, which is provided to aspiring drivers, is valid for a period of six months, allowing the aspirant to be able to drive alongside a license holder. An LL is provided once the candidate passes a written test on driving rules and regulations, road signs, signals and other related information.Additionally, as per the data, Goa was seen with the second highest number of women who received an LL at 33 per cent, followed by Chandigarh at 30 per cent, Puducherry at 29.58 per cent and Lakshwadeep at 24.7 per cent. The states with the lowest number of women aspirants for Learners Licences included Jharkhand at 8.2 per cent, West Bengal at 6.79 per cent, Tripura at 6 per cent, Uttar Pradesh at 5.70 per cent and Bihar at 3.82 per cent.Notably, as revealed through a Right To Information application in 2022, Kerala also had a higher number of women driving license owners in the preceding five years. The number stood at 31.91 lakh, in comparison to the number of men holding driving licenses in the preceding five years at 21.90 lakh.Image used for representational purposes only.