The Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) and banks in India issue the NOC or No Objection Certificate, which states that they do not have any objections to the information mentioned in the certificate. You can apply for the RTO NOC online through the government’s Parivahan web portal, while the Bank NOC can be obtained through the respective bank’s procedure. Applying for the NOC from the RTO is a simple and easy process. Read on to learn about how to apply for the No Objection Certificate for your bike online.
Even dreaming about owning an imported vehicle seems like an expensive affair. If you happen to be someone who can afford this luxury, then first of all congratulations. Secondly, you need to know the details regarding the legal angle associated with it. Whether you are importing a zooming bike or a four-wheeled beast, read ahead to know RTO rules and regulations for imported vehicles.
If you plan to use your car or bike on public roads, you need to get the vehicle registered. This registration process is conducted at the Regional Transport Office (RTO) of your area. Upon successful registration, you receive a Registration Certificate (RC). This document is like a proof of ownership. Therefore, when you transfer the ownership of your vehicle to someone else, you need to transfer the RC to that person as well.
The Registration Certificate transfer process involves providing the correct documents. Also, it can be different if you want to transfer the RC in the state of residence or some other Indian state. Read ahead to know all the necessary details concerning a car or bike’s registration transfer process, fees, documents, and other information.
To drive your car on Indian roads, you need to register the vehicle at your respective Regional Transport Office or RTO. An RC serves as the proof of ownership, including vehicle information and personal details such as name and residential address.
Now, there may be times when you move to a new place of residence or change your city. In such situations, it is essential to get your RC updated with the new address to avoid any hassles in the future. This step-by-step guide will help you understand how to change the address in RC Book.
But first, let’s look at the documents required for the change of address process in RC Book.
Are you planning to relocate to Bangalore from another state with your vehicle? If yes, then you need to fulfil several legal formalities. One such formality is getting a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Regional Transport Office (RTO), where your bike or car was registered initially.
NOC allows you to legally ride your vehicle in a different state and eases the process of re-registration of the vehicle at the new RTO as well.
Let’s talk about how you can apply for NOC for a vehicle from another state to Bangalore.
A Regional Transport Office (RTO) Vehicle Fitness Certificate is issued to vehicles used for commercial purposes. Non-transport vehicles i.e. private vehicles like cars or bikes do not need a fitness certificate. Private vehicles require a roadworthiness certificate. Earlier, it was possible to make an application for getting a Fitness Certificate only by personally visiting the nearest RTO. However, thanks to digitization this process can partially be completed online. After making an online application for a fitness certificate, the applicant can visit the RTO for the inspection process.
This article contains all the information that is required for getting a fitness certificate for a commercial vehicle from a Regional Transport Office (RTO). Read on to know more.
The Regional Transport Office (RTO) or bank issues the NOC or No Objection Certificate for your vehicle stating that they do not have any objection to the details mentioned in the certificate. The government has made it easier for car owners to apply for the RTO NOC online and several banks have made the process for the Bank NOC easier through the online method. Applying for the NOC from your bank or from the RTO online is a simple procedure. Read on to learn about how to apply for the No Objection Certificate for your car online.
By law a vehicle should display its registration number on the front and rear side. All number plates are required to be in modern Arabic numerals with Latin letters. In short, the registration number of a vehicle should be readable and clearly visible. However, as we Indians love to decorate each and everything we own, a vehicle’s number plate is not an exception.
While plying on the road, we all have noticed several self-proclaimed BOSS, BOYZ, SAI. Along with these numerous words which appear to be written in Devanagari i.e. Hindi and Marathi fonts are also a common sight. As fancy as these words may seem, they are misleading in most cases. To guess the actual registration number from a fancy number plate, one has to contemplate the possible numbers which make a word like BOYS or BOSS.