Vehicles are an integral part of people’s lives. Be it a two-wheeler, a car, or cabs, Indians rely on these vehicles to meet their transportation needs. Usually, one associates the vehicle industry with huge manufacturing plants and enticing showrooms. However, the back-end managerial aspect associated with the industry often goes unnoticed.
The RTOs handle most of the operational aspects of the vehicle industry. RTOs are usually associated with a driving license and car registrations; however, they are responsible for executing several other tasks related to the entire vehicle ecosystem. Read ahead to know more about RTO, its functions, and other information.
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.
Towards the end of the 19th century, motor vehicles were introduced in India and The Indian Motor Vehicles Act, 1914, was passed by British India to regulate the use of it. The MV Act, 1988 replaced it and gave state governments the responsibility of registering and licencing motor vehicles. The Act mandates the owner to register the vehicle to drive it legally on public roads. One of the popular ways is to get it done is through the vehicle dealer or you could do it yourself. Read on to learn about the new vehicle registration process, renewal and how to check the status.
Buying a vehicle in India is getting easier by the day. Now, you can also order a bike or a car via your Smartphone! However, the vehicle industry is a part of a larger ecosystem. You need to follow certain rules and regulations and contact several related organisations when you purchase a vehicle. For example, you need to buy the car insurance policy and the vehicle needs to be registered. Also, before driving the car, you must have a license. While Regional Transport Offices do not handle insurance, they are certainly at the forefront when it comes to issuing Driving License (DL) and Registration Certificates (RC).
If you are someone who stays in Bhilai, you should contact the Bhilai-Durg RTO for services related to DL, RC, permits, No Objection Certificate (NOC), etc. This article will let you know about the ways to get in touch with the Regional Transport Office at Bhilai-Durg. Read ahead for more information.
The Regional Transport Office (RTO) in Cuttack has been functioning from 1965 and established under the Motor Vehicles (MV) Act, 1988. The objective of the Cuttack RTO is to provide an efficient road transport system in the city. The RTO in Cuttack issues Learner’s and Driving Licence, Registration Certificate, Permits and Fitness Certificate to private and commercial vehicles plying on city roads. Read on to learn more about Cuttack RTO office address, helpline number, code and fees.
One of the first and most important requirements, especially during a hit-and-run scenario, is the identity of the vehicle. In this case, it is the vehicle registration number. Even if you have managed to get the details of the vehicle’s number plate, you may not know the owner’s details. Or, if you are planning to buy a used car or bike, you may want to know your vehicle details. Read on to find out how to check vehicle owner details by registration number.
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.
If you are new to the functioning of the vehicle industry, you might neglect the role of Regional Transport Offices (RTOs). However, if you think of questions like; where do cars get registered, who conducts driving tests, where does one go for renewing a Driving License (DL), etc., the answer is Regional Transport Office. For example, if you reside in Bhopal, you need to contact RTO Bhopal for vehicle-related services like registration, license, etc. You can contact Bhopal RTO via the helpline number or by visiting their office.
This article is all about understanding more about Bhopal RTO, ways to contact the office and learn more about the RTO functions. Bhopal RTO comes under the jurisdiction of Madhya Pradesh Transport Department. Read ahead for an in-depth explanation of Bhopal RTO’s services and ways to reach out to the office.
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.