• Haryana RTO

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    The Transport Department of Haryana, which is established under Section 213 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, enforces the rules and laws of the Motor Vehicles Act. The Transport Department of Haryana aims to create an efficient, safe, environmentally-friendly, and economical transport system for the benefit of the people residing in the state. There are a number of Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) in Haryana, which function under the Transport Department of the state. These RTOs ensure that the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 are implemented in the state.

    Objectives of the Haryana Transport Department/RTOs

    The objectives of the Transport Department of Haryana and the RTOs that function under it are as follows:

    • To improve the outreach and efficiency of public transport services.
    • Promote road safety in the state.
    • Streamlining citizen services through the application of ICT.
    • To efficiently generate revenue through the collection of fees, revenue, and enforcement.
    • To promote environmentally-friendly transport modes and improve the quality of vehicles that ply the roads.


    • To promote the safety of the residents using the state’s road network.
    • Promote transport services that are environmentally-friendly.
    • To upgrade the infrastructure and human resources in the state’s transport sector.
    • Integrate the various modes of transport within the state with respect to efficiency, convenience, and cost.
    • To offer a regulatory framework that is fair to the transport sector.
    • To offer citizen services that are IT-enabled in order to promote transparency.
    • Generate revenue for the state transport sector.


    • Registration of motorised vehicles: As per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, motor vehicles cannot be used in public places unless they have been registered under an RTO. RTOs across the state, thus, provide registration certificates to motor vehicles.
    • Issue of fitness certificates: RTOs in Haryana are responsible for issuing fitness certificates to transport vehicles.
    • Permits: Regional Transport Offices in Haryana undertake the responsibility of granting or renewing permits for transport vehicles.
    • Issue of Licences: Both driving licences and conductor licences are issued by RTOs to the concerned applicants. Further, the RTO is also responsible for issuing licences to driving schools in the state.
    • Road safety: RTOs located across the state are responsible for the enforcement of various rules under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 in order to promote road safety.
    • Pollution Check: The RTOs in the state of Haryana grant permission to pollution under control checking centres. This helps vehicle owners get Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificates from these centres.
    • Fees and taxes: RTOs are in charge of collecting any fees or taxes that are levied in the state of Haryana with respect to the transport sector.
    • Stage carriage schemes: Regional Transport Offices are responsible for making stage carriage schemes.
    • Enforcement of laws: RTOs enforce the laws or provisions that are related to offences committed by motor vehicles drivers/owners in the state of Haryana.

    RTOs in Haryana

    Listed below are the locations of certain RTOs in the state of Haryana:

    • Ambala
    • Assandh
    • Bahadurgarh
    • Ballabgarh
    • Barara
    • Beri
    • Bhiwani
    • Bilaspur
    • Dabwali
    • Dadri
    • Ellenabad
    • Ferozepur Jhirka
    • Faridabad
    • Fatehabad
    • Ganaur
    • Gohana
    • Guhla
    • Gurgaon (North)
    • Gurgaon (South)
    • Hansi
    • Hathin
    • Hisar
    • Hodal
    • Indri
    • Jagadhri
    • Jind
    • Jhajjar
    • Kalka
    • Karnal
    • Kosli
    • Kharkhoda
    • Kaithal
    • Loharu
    • Mahendergarh
    • Meham
    • Nuh
    • Naraingarh
    • Narnaul
    • Narwana
    • Palwal
    • Panchkula
    • Panipat
    • Pataudi
    • Pehowa
    • Ratia
    • Rewari
    • Rohtak
    • Safidon
    • Shahabad
    • Samalkha
    • Sira
    • Siwani
    • Sonipat
    • Thanesar, Kurukshetra
    • Tohana
    • Tosham

    Residents of Haryana can visit an RTO located in their jurisdiction to register their motor vehicle, obtain a fitness certificate for the vehicle, apply for a driving licence, etc.

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