How to obtain Certificate of Registration

Necessity For Registration?

No person shall drive any Motor Vehicle and no owner of Motor Vehicle shall cause or permit the vehicle to be driven in any public place or any other place, unless the vehicle is Registered in accordance with Chapter IV of the MV Act,1988.

Registration Where To Be Made?

Registration related transactions:

Temporary Registration

Permanent Registration

An application for registration of a Motor Vehicle shall be made in Form 20 to the Registering Authority within a period of 7 days from the date of delivery of such vehicle excluding the period of journey and accompanied by

Assignment of Registration mark

On receipt of an application, the Registering Authority while assigning registration mark as laid down in Rule 80,shall assign the registration number which falls in serial order after the last registration mark assigned.
Assignment of registration mark of choice.-The Registering Authority shall assign a registration mark to the owner of a motor vehicle of his choice from amongst the registration marks, reserved for choice in each series through open auction. at the time of auction the highest successful bidder shall be allotted the registration mark on payment of required fee.

Provided that if the owner of a motor vehicle holding any of the number, specified in the Sixth Schedule, from any previous series, wants to retain that number for his new motor vehicle, he shall be charged half of the fee, fixed for that number:
Provided further that the Registering Authority may assign unutilized specified registration marks to motor vehicles, owned by the State Government without charging any additional fee.

Renewal of Certificate of Registration

An application for Renewal of Certificate of Registration shall be made in Form 25 not more than 60 days before the date of its expiry, by paying the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules,1989, to the Registering Authority in whose Jurisdiction the vehicle is.
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Duplicate of Certificate of Registration

An application for issue of duplicate Certificate of Registration shall be made in Form 26. If covered by Finance/Hire Purchase/Lease with the signatures of the Financier on Form 26 in duplicate, duly paying the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989, to the Registering Authority in whose Jurisdiction the vehicle is.
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Transfer of Ownership for Certificate of Registration

An application for issue of Transfer of Ownership shall be made in Form 29(in Duplicate) and Form 30.(in Duplicate if covered by Finance/Hire Purchase /Lease) with the signatures of the financer, duly paying the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules,1989, to the Registering Authority in whose Jurisdiction the transferor and transferee resides or has their place of business.
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No-Objection Certificate

An application for issue of No Objection Certificate shall be made in Form 28(in triplicate) to the Registering Authority by which the Vehicle was previously Registered/Transferred.
Requirements;

For Non Transport vehicles [Private vehicles]

Dealer itself will provide you the registration certificate for new vehicle at the time of purchase. You will have to submit required documents mentioned below to your dealer or showroom owner.

Dealer will enroll your vehicle online via Online dealer Point Registration Process, pay fees and tax online and provide you the Registration Number there itself.

Dealer will submit your documents in RTO for approval. Once approved, your Registration Smart will be printed and sent at your postal address.

Transport Vehicles [Commercial Vehicles])

Approach your nearest customer service center or Registering Authority RTO.

Requirement of Certificate of Registration

The vehicle can be driven or allowed to be driven in public place only after registration by registering authority.

Physical Presence:

It is mandatory to produce the vehicle in front of inspecting authority (Only for commercial vehicles). Inspecting authority will inspect and give the clearance certificate for registration of vehicle.

Documents required to apply for Certificate of Registration

  1. Form 20 duly filled up [Imprint of chassis no and engine number must be taken on this form).
  2. Form 21 (Sale certificate) issued by the vehicle dealer.
  3. Form 22 (Road worthiness certificate) issued by the manufacturer.
  4. Attested copy of valid vehicle insurance policy / cover note.
  5. Attested copy of address proof at which vehicle is to be registered.
  6. Form 34 duly signed by owner and the financer.
  7. One time road tax as applicable.
  8. Prescribed fee for registration.
  9. PAN Card or Form 60 & 61 (as applicable).
  10. Dealer invoice or manufacturer invoice.

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