• Regional Transport Office(RTO) in Ghaziabad

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    The Transport department in India has set up Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) in every state and city in the country to make it easy to maintain records and implement the rules under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. All vehicle-related procedures such as registration and issuing of permits as well as other functions are taken care of by the RTOs. Ghaziabad, too, has an RTO that is responsible for the duties assigned by the government. 

    About?Ghaziabad 

    Ghaziabad is a popular industrial city in Uttar Pradesh that is located near the Hindon River. The city is home to major industries such as manufacturing firms of bicycles, glassware, railway coaches, heavy chains, diesel engines, pottery, etc. Ghaziabad has many shopping complexes, multiplexes, flyovers, educational institutions, medical centres, and so on. 

    Transport Department in?Ghaziabad 

    The transport department in Ghaziabad are responsible for the following functions: 

    • Issuing driving licences 
    • Issuing duplicate driving licences 
    • Issuing of permits and vehicle fitness certificates 
    • Conducting driving tests 
    • Ensuring road safety measures 
    • Registration of vehicles – temporary and permanent basis 
    • Collection of taxes and fees 

    Ghaziabad?RTO Code 

    Area  Address  Code?  Contact Details 
    Ghaziabad  B35, Block B, Industrial Area, Bulandshahr Road Industrial Area, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh – 201 001  UP14  ?0120 - 270 3888 

    Recent trends in?the?Ghaziabad?RTO 

    Towards the end of 2018, the transport department asked all commercial vehicles to get speed governors, without which they will not be issued fitness certificates. The notice was issued by the department after the state government issued an order under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 in the month of August. The speed limits for school buses, hazardous sports vehicles, and dumpers are required to be 60 kmph. 

    Conclusion 

    Just as it is the RTO’s responsibility to provide services such as registration and maintenance of road safety measures, it is the responsibility of every citizen to ensure he/she follows the rules mentioned under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. Anyone who fails to follow any of the rules will be fined heavily. An important rule to be followed by every vehicle owner is to carry the vehicle’s registration certificate, insurance copy, and emission test certificate. If traffic police find that a person is driving a vehicle without any of these documents, he/she can levy a fine on the individual. 

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