Register Vehicle

 

  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.

 

  Eligibility
  Forms

 

Form 19
Form 20 in duplicate if it is with HP
Form 21
Form 22
PAN or GIR or Form - 60/61 of IT Department

 

Documents to be Enclosed
  1. Address Proof.

    Insurance.

    Passport-sized photo.

    Life Time Tax for Non -Transport Vehicles.

    ULW weight certificate for Transport Vehicles.

    Permit Sanctioned proceedings for Transport Vehicles.

  2. Temporary Registration. Certificate for temporarily registered vehicles..

Related Links

 

State Transport Authority
Citizen Charter document - Registration
Application Forms