The Regional Transport Office (RTO) is an authority established by the government to manage and enforce all road transportation activities in India. RTOs maintain the database of all motor vehicles operating in the country. They operate within state limits and enforce transport-related guidelines formulated by the government under the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988. The primary functions of an RTO are listed as follows:
Individuals can approach the nearest RTO for any of the above-mentioned purposes. Individuals with specific requests can apply to the concerned RTOs to get things done. These applications have to be made with the help of specific forms. The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has categorized these application forms into two types.
The detailed information about these application forms are listed as follows:
All applications forms related to driving license are listed as follows:
The following forms are used for the registration of vehicles:
These are some of the most common application forms used by individuals when they have to make requests with the RTO. These application forms can be downloaded online from the Ministry of Road Transport’s official website vahan.nic.in. You may also visit the nearest RTO to get these application forms. When you fill up these application forms and submit to the RTO, the request will be processed and the necessary tasks will be completed. You must also provide the necessary fee when filing certain application forms.
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