According to the law, it is mandatory to register each vehicle with a Government authority. When you register your vehicle; there will be ownership established between the individual and the vehicle. Registering the vehicle proves the ownership of the vehicle. The vehicle registration is done by the Regional Transport Office (RTO).
As per the Motor Vehicle Act, there are some cases where a vehicle needs to be re-registered. One such case is when you move from one state to another and want to use the vehicle for more than a year after this. When you want to transfer your vehicle from one state to another, you must re-register your vehicle in the new state. In this blog, we will discuss the process involved in re-registering the vehicle while crossing the state borders.
1. Get No Objection Certificate (NOC)
A No-Objection Certificate (NOC) indicates that your vehicle has no pending fines and is not involved in an accident. This certificate clarifies that the car was not stolen.
Where to obtain the NOC letter?
You can obtain a NOC letter directly from the Regional Transport Office (RTO) where your vehicle is registered or from a driving school.
In case you have availed a vehicle loan you should take the NOC from the bank
Documents required for NOC
2. Paying road tax
After you obtain a NOC, you are required to pay the road tax to the state you are moving to. Road tax differs from one state to another.
You must pay the tax through demand draft. After making the payment, the tax you paid in the previous state will be reimbursed. The amount will be reimbursed only if you have paid road tax for a lifetime.
Here are the documents required to be submitted for processing the road tax refund:
3: Vehicle Re-Registration
After you receive the No Objection Certificate (NOC), you are required to re-register your vehicle in the RTO of the new state where you have moved to
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