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Haryana RTO, Check Haryana RTO Codes Online

Section 213 of the Motor Vehicles Act established Haryana RTO (Regional Transport Office) in 1988. The office operates under the provisions of the Act. It is presided over by the Regional Transport Commissioner, Haryana. Its goal is to ensure the smooth implementation of the same in its entirety. It also ensures adequate means of transportation for the general public in the State.

Functions of Haryana RTO-

RTO Haryana does the following for you and me:

  • Registers new motor vehicles

  • Issues fitness certificates to vehicles

  • It grants permits to new vehicles and renews it for older ones

  • RTO Haryana gives licenses to drivers and conductors

  • It grants licenses to driving schools

  • It grants permits to centers that offer PUC(Pollution Under Control) certificates

  • HRTO takes care of stage carriage schemes

  • It ensures safety on the road

  • It collects required taxes

  • It enforces the provisions in the act with regard to violation of traffic rules

Locations

To be able to carry out its responsibilities, the office functions from different locations. Given below is a list of the locations and RTO codes for the regional transport offices in Haryana:

District

Name of the authority

Registration Mark Series

Ambala

SDO(C) Ambala

HR01

Naraingarh

SDO(C) Naraingarh

HR04

Barara

SDO(C) Barara

HR54

 

SDO(C) Ambaa Cantt

HR85

 

Secy. RTA Ambala

HR37

Bhiwani

SDO(C) Bhiwani

HR16

 

SDO(C) Siwani

HR17

 

SDO(C) Loharu

HR18

 

SDO(C) Tosham

HR48

 

Secy. RTA, Bhiwani HR61

HR61

Fatehabad

SDO(C) Fatehabad

HR22

 

SDO(C) Tohana

HR23

 

SDO(C) Ratia

HR59

 

Secy. RTA, Fatehabad

HR62

Faridabad

SDO(C) Ballabgarh

HR29

 

SDO(C) Faridabad

HR51

 

SDO(C) Badkhal

HR87

 

Secy. RTA, Faridabad

HR38

Gurugram

SDO(C) Gurugram North

HR26

 

SDO(C) Gurugram South

HR72

 

SDO(C) Pataudi

HR 76

 

Secy. RTA, Gurugram

HR55

Hisar

SDO(C) Hisar

HR20

 

SDO(C) Hansi

HR21

 

SDO(C) Barwala

HR80

 

SDO(C) Narnaud

HR86

 

Secy. RTA, Hisar

HR39

Jhajjar

SDO(C) Bahadurgarh

HR13

 

SDO(C) Jhajjar

HR14

 

SDO(C) Beri

HR77

 

Secy. RTA, Jhajjar at Bahadurgarh

HR63

Jind

SDO(C) Jind

HR31

 

SDO(C) Narwana

HR32

 

SDO(C) Safidon

HR33

 

SDO(C) Uchana

HR90

 

Secy. RTA, Jind

HR56

Karnal

SDO(C) Karnal

HR05

 

SDO(C) Assandh

HR40

 

SDO(C) Indri

HR75

 

SDO(C) Gharaunda

HR91

 

Secy. RTA, Karnal

HR45

Kaithal

SDO(C) Kaithal

HR08

 

SDO(C) Guhla

HR09

 

SDO(C) Kalayat

HR83

 

Secy. RTA, Kaithal

HR64

Kurukshetra

SDO(C) Pehowa

HR41

 

SDO(C) Shahabad

HR78

 

SDO(C) Thanesar

HR07

 

Secy. RTA, Kurukshetra

HR65

Mewat

SDO(C) Ferozepur Zirkha

HR28

 

SDO(C) Nuh

HR27

 

SDO(C) Punhana

HR93

 

Secy. RTA,Nuh

HR74

 

MahendargarhSDO(C) Narnaul

HR35

 

SDO(C) Mahendergarh

HR34

 

SDO(C) Kanina

HR82

 

Secy. RTA, Mahendargarh Narnaul

HR66

Palwal

SDO(C) Palwal

HR30

 

SDO(C) Hodal

HR50

 

SDO(C) Hathin

HR52

 

Secy. RTA, Palwal

HR73

Panchkula

SDO(C) Panchkula

HR03

 

SDO(C) Kalka

HR49

 

Secy. RTA, Panchkula

HR68

Panipat

SDO(C) Panipat

HR06

 

SDO(C) Samalkha

 

 

Secy. RTA, Panipat

HR67

Rohtak

SDO(C) Rohtak

HR12

 

SDO(C) Meham

HR15

 

SDO(C) Sampla

Hr95

 

Secy. RTA, Rohtak

HR46

Rewari

SDO(C) Rewari

HR36

 

SDO(C) Kosli

HR43

 

SDO(C) Bawal

HR81

 

Secy. RTA, Rewari

HR47

Sirsa

SDO(C) Sirsa

HR24

 

SDO(C) Dabwali

HR25

 

SDO(C) Ellenabad

HR44

 

SDO(C) Kalanwali

HR94

 

Secy. RTA, Sirsa

HR57

Sonipat

SDO(C) Gohana

HR11

 

SDO(C) Sonipat

HR10

 

SDO(C) Kharkhoda

HR79

 

SDO(C) Ganaur

HR42

 

Secy. RTA, Sonepat

HR69

Yamuna Nagar

SDO(C) Jagadhari

HR02

 

SDO(C) Bilaspur

HR71

 

SDO(C) Radaur

HR92

 

Secy. RTA, Yamuna Nagar

HR58

Charki Dadri

SDO(C) Charkhi Dadri

HR19

 

SDO(C) Badhra

HR88

 

Secy. RTA, Charkhi Dadri

HR84
 

 

Charges for registering motor vehicles

Following is a detailed listing of the charges RTO levies for various purposes:

  1. Granting or renewal of trade certificates

  1. Motor cycles: INR500

  2. Invalid carriage: INR500

  3. For others: INR1000

 

  1. For duplicate trade certificates

  1. For motorcycles: INR300

  2. For invalid carriage: INR300

  3. For others: INR500

 

  1. For appeals under Rule 46 INR1000

  2. For issuing new or renewing certificate of registration or to assign new registration Mark

  • For invalid carriage: INR50

  • For motorcycle: INR300

  • For Three wheelers, Quadricycles or Light Motor

Vehicles: For those are not used for transport; INR600. For the ones not used for transportation; INR1000.

  • For medium goods vehicles: INR1000

  • For a medium motor passenger vehicle: INR1000

  • For heavy goods vehicles: INR1500

  • For any other vehicles that are not included in the list: INR3000

Points to remember

  1. You will need to pay an extra charge of INR200 if the certificate of registration is a type of smart card. The same applies to a situation where your application for renewal of registration certification falls under Form 23A.

  2. Delay in applying for renewal of certificate of registration will cost you in the following way:

  • For motor cycles: INR300 for every month of the delay

  • For other non-transport vehicles: INR500 every month

  1. For duplicate certificate of registration

Half of the fee mentioned by no. 4.

  1. For transferring ownerships

Here too, the fee remains the same as above. The delay in submitting NOC will cost you INR300 every month for motorcycles. The same goes up to INR500 for other vehicles.

  1. To change residence

Half of the one mentioned by no. 4. Here too, delay of submission of NOC (No Objection Certificate) will cost you INR300 additional fee every month. And it goes up to 500 for other types of vehicles.

  1. To record changes in the certificate of registration

Half of the fee mentioned against no. 4

  1. For hire, purchase, lease or hypothecation agreements

  • For motorcycles: INR500

  • For 3-wheeler, quadricycle, or light motor vehicles: INR1500

  • For medium or heavy vehicles: INR3000

  1. To conduct tests to grant or renew certificate of fitness

  • Motorcycles manual: INR200

  • Motorcycles automated: INR400

  • 3-wheelers, light motor vehicles or quadricycles: Manual; INR400 Automated; INR600

  • For Medium or heavy motor vehicles: Manual; INR600 automated; INR1000

  1. For granting or renewing fitness certificates for motor vehicles INR200. Every day after expiry of the same will cost you INR50.

  2. For granting or renewing letter of authority INR13000

  3. For issuing duplicate letter of authority INR7500

  4. For appeals under Rule 70 INR3000

  5. Anything that is not covered in the serial numbers 1-14: INR200

Locating your regional transport office in Haryana

All the motor vehicles that are seen on Indian roads are registered. It is your district RTO that issues license for your vehicle. If you reside in a union territory, the concerned authority takes care of the issue. As per the new guidelines on vehicle registration, the first two letters on the license plate indicate your State. The next two numbers represent the district or local office that issued the license. If you reside in Telengana, the newly formed State, your license plate will have the letters TS that indicate the same. The older ones will have AP as in Andhra Pradesh.

Why register your vehicle in Haryana?

If you want to take your vehicle on to the Indian road, you need to register it. The State of Haryana does not allow unregistered vehicles on its roads. You can go for either temporary or permanent registration as per your requirements. Contact your nearestRTO for more information in this regard.

Types and process of vehicle registration in Haryana

There are two types of vehicle registration in Haryana; temporary and permanent. Given below is a step by step guide in the matter.

  1. Applying for temporary registration

Do the following to apply in person for a temporary registration for your vehicle:

  1. Contact the RTO that operates in your locality. You can browse online for the purpose. The State official portal is your most reliable source of information here. You can also download the application form from its official website.

  2. Apply for Form20 and Form21. The latter is for a sales certificate.

  3. Apply for a road worthiness certificate from the vehicle’s manufacturer; Form22.

  4. Apply for a Pollution Under Control and road worthiness certificate from the place the body of the vehicle was fabricated.

  5. Make sure that you have all the documents at hand at the time of applying for it.

  6. If you prefer to apply offline, you can get it from your nearest RTO.

  7. Submit the application along with the fees required for the same.

  8. Upon receiving payment, the officials start the process of registration.

  9. They pencil-trace your vehicle’s chassy number. This begins the process of registration of your vehicle.

Know that temporary registration number is valid only for 30 days. And you cannot renew it.

Documents required

  • Form 21, Form 22, and Form 22A

  • Insurance certificate

  • Proof of your address: Driver’s license, ration card or electoral role or the affidavit the driver/owner wore before a first-class judicial

  • Copy of the design approval

  • Certificate of customs clearance if the vehicle is imported

  • Bonafide agricultural certificate if the vehicle is a tractor unit used for agricultural purposes

  • Chassy number

  • Aadhar card, PAN card and three copies of your passport-size photograph

  • Lifetime tax, for non-transporting vehicle

  • Unloaded weight certificate if it is a transport vehicle

  • Permit-sanctioned proceedings, for a transport vehicle

  1. Permanent registration

This works in the same way as applying for the temporary registration for a vehicle. Upon completing the application process, the official inspects your vehicle. The officer then announces your vehicle’s registration number. And you can collect it at the specified date. When submitting documents make sure that you have the following at hand:

  • Temporary registration certificate

  • Income tax clearance

Process of registration of vehicles from outside Haryana

Follow the guide given below to register a vehicle that was brought from outside Haryana:

  • Get the no-objection-certificate from your State of residence

  • Apply for a fitness certificate and get it

  • Fill up the online application form available on the RTO website

  • Attach all documents and submit the application along with the required fees in the counter

  • Get your files verified by a TI or TSI. The officer gives a slip upon completing the process. If the file is rejected, the expert helps you understand the mistake. You will also get guidance on how to rectify errors.

  • Upon verification, the applicant should submit the files along with the specified fees for the vehicle.

  • Within a few days, the applicant will receive the fitness certificate and the certification of registration through post.

Documents required

  • NOC from your State of residence

  • Valid certificate of insurance

  • Proof to attest your Indian citizenship

  • Proof of business or residence

  • Police report acknowledging your non-involvement of your vehicle in theft-related cases

  • PAN card

Process of getting no-objection certificate to register your vehicle in Haryana

NOC is a legal document a regional transport office issues. It allows a vehicle-owner to reregister his/her vehicle with another State. The document certifies that the vehicle in question has no dues in taxes.

Why apply for NOC?

According to Motor Vehicles Act, a vehicle owner should acquire NOC to sell or register his vehicle with another State. And you need to get it from the RTO of the State you reside. The service charge is the same for all types of vehicles; INR50. Submit the following documents to get NOC for your vehicle:

  • Copy of police certificate from the National Crime Records Bureau

  • Valid insurance certificate

  • Registration certificate

  • Tax details

Applying offline

Get Form28 from your nearest RTO. Fill the form and submit it along with the required documents to the office. The office checks with the police to verify if the vehicle was not involved in any theft cases. Upon clearance from the police, if there are no tax-dues, the vehicle receives a clearance receipt. And the vehicle is given an NOC.

Online application

  1. Access the portal of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. Choose your State from the list.

  2. Click on “apply online” Choose “services on driving license”.

  3. Read the instructions that are displayed on the screen and click on “continue.”

  4. On the next screen, fill in the details of your driving license and your date of birth.

  5. The next screen will have all your details. Choose your State and RTO from the lists that are there on the screen. Done this, click on “proceed”

  6. Click “confirm” the details of your driving license that you will see on the screen.

  7. On the next page, you will see the Issue of NOC. Choose your service from the list and click “proceed.”

  8. Solve the captcha that gets displayed on the next page. The page is an acknowledgement that notifies you that the data has been accepted. Click “submit.”

  9. The next page will have the details of your application along with the service you requested. Click on “proceed.”

  10. Click “upload documents” from the screen. Click on “next.”

  11. On the next screen, click “OK” to upload your documents

  12. Choose the address proof that applies to you. Upload the same and click on “submit.”

  13. On the next screen, choose the proof of age that applies to you. Upload it and click on “confirm.”

  14. Choose the Form-1 from the list that appears on the screen for uploading. Click on “upload.” Click “confirm” to upload. Click “next.”

  15. On this screen, click “upload photo and signature” to upload the same. Click “next.”

  16. Read carefully the instructions on the next screen. They give you an idea of the size and other details for the photo and the signature. Upload them and click “upload and view files.”

  17. Check the next screen to see if you have uploaded them right. If yes, click “next.”

  18. Select the “fee payment”. Click “next” to continue.

  19. Read the instructions with care and click on the “click here” to proceed with the payment.

  20. Calculate the fee on the next window. Provide the captcha and choose your bank or payment gateway.

  21. Click “pay now.” It will continue the process of payment.

  22. Verify all the details that appear on the next screen and click “proceed for payment.” This continues the process of payment.

  23. On the next screen, click “continue.” You will get to your choice option; payment gateway or bank page.

  24. Log in to the portal and do the needful.

  25. Upon successful payment, a notification of acknowledgement appears on the screen.

  26. Click “print receipt” to generate a receipt.

  27. If your application is approved, you will get the NOC after 30 days of applying.

Validity

Know that your NOC is valid only for six months. You have to reregister your vehicle with the State you choose within that timeframe.

Transferring the ownership of a vehicle in Haryana

Follow the guide given below to transfer the ownership of your vehicle to someone in Haryana:

  1. Visit the Haryana Transport Department portal. Fill the application, attach required documents and pay the fees.

  2. Present the application along with the documents to your nearest RTO, to the concerned authority.

  3. The TI/TIS officer verifies your application in person. If cleared, you can move on to the next step.

  4. Submit the application along with the fees required at the counter.

  5. Upon approval, you will receive the certificate of registration. If the application is rejected, you will be informed of the reason. You will also be guided to correct errors.

Required forms

  • Form29

  • Form30

  • Form38

The first two are to be made duplicate. And the third one is for vehicles that are brought from outside Haryana.

Required documents

  1. Proof of residence of whose name the vehicle is being registered

  2. Valid certificate of insurance

  3. Certificate of registration

  4. Proof of fitness and clearance of all taxes

  5. Self-declaration with regard to the purchase of the vehicle

  6. Declaration about the seller of the vehicle

Getting a fancy number for your 2-wheeler in Haryana

Keep the following pointers in mind when trying to get a fancy number for your vehicle:

  1. Fancy numbers are allotted on a first-come, first-serve basis. If it is a private-owned vehicle, the applicant has to pay a certain amount as fee. There is no fee for State-owned vehicles that avail the facility.

  2. If a State-owned vehicle decides to dispose off the special registration number, it has to surrender the same before the concerned authority.

  3. The owner can retain the fancy registration number if he/she wishes to retain it for a new vehicle. He doesn’t have to pay any additional fee.

  4. In the instance of selling the vehicle, the buyer can retain the fancy registration number.

  5. An application for the same should be done on a plain white paper for non-transport vehicles.

  6. Make sure that you are paying the fee during official hours.

Be mindful of the insurance protection required

Know that getting the insurance protection your vehicle is as important as registering the same. Third-party liability insurance is a legal requirement. The coverage protects you from the liabilities you incur if your vehicle causes damage to a third party. Even though it is cheaper, it is advised that you choose a comprehensive plan. It gives you the protection your vehicle needs from time to time.

Register your vehicle, renew it at stipulated times and protect it with an insurance plan. Your loved ones and the law will reward you for the effort. Insurance companies care for law-abiding citizens. If you are careful enough, you get the right to negotiate for a lower premium.

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