- A temporary registration number is assigned by the dealership from which the vehicle is purchased.
- This is normally valid for a period of maximum one month.
- You can also apply for extension of temporary registration.
- Apply to the Registering Authority in whose jurisdiction the vehicle is or to the dealer dealing in the sale of
New Motor Vehicles Recognised by the Transport Commissioner
Every registration certificate is required to be renewed not more than 60 days before the date of its expiry of the registration for its continuous use. After going through the procedure your vehicle Registration Certificate will be renewed for a period of 5 (Five) years.
Apply in Form 20 to the Registering Authority or the Dealer recognised by the Transport Commissioner with required documents/forms duly filly.
Guidelines for filling the form:
Step 1: Apply for renewal of certificate of registration in Form 25 to the Registering Authority in whose jurisdiction the vehicle is, not more than 60 days before the date of its expiry.
Step 2: Pay the due taxes on vehicle, if any.
Step 3: Pay appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989.
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- Application in Form 25
- Pollution under control certificate
- Registration of Certificate
- Insurance certificate
- Proof for the payment of up-to-date road tax paid
- Chassis & Engine Pencil Print
- The Vehicle will have to be produce at the District Transport Office for on the spot inspection by
Forms to be Filled:
Type of Service:
Whom to Contact:
For any queries regarding Temporary Registration, you may contact:
District Transport Office