|What is Vehicle Registration and Why is it needed ?|
Vehicle Registration involves the recording of a motor vehicle in the official records after due verification. Vehicle Registration is mandatory under the law and is essential to prove the ownership of a vehicle. It is also required during the sale of a vehicle and transfer of its ownership.
|What you need to Do to Register your Vehicle ?|
To register a new, private, non-commercial vehicle, you need to apply in the prescribed form (either available online or with the concerned local authorities) to the RTO (Regional Transport Officer)/Transport Department of the area of your residence. You will be required to produce the sale certificate issued by the vehicle dealer, the road-worthiness certificate issued by the manufacturer, an attested copy of a valid vehicle insurance policy, documents as proof of address, a print of the chassis number and such other papers as may be needed. In addition, you will be asked to submit one-time road tax and the required registration fee. The vehicle will be physically inspected by the Inspecting Authority and a unique Registration Mark assigned to the vehicle for display thereon.
|Form 20 in duplicate if it is with HP|
|PAN or GIR or Form - 60/61 of IT Department|
|Documents to be Enclosed|
Life Time Tax for Non -Transport Vehicles.
ULW weight certificate for Transport Vehicles.
Permit Sanctioned proceedings for Transport Vehicles.
Temporary Registration. Certificate for temporarily registered vehicles..
|State Transport Authority|
|Citizen Charter document - Registration|