• Haryana Transport and Two Wheeler Registration Process

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    All motor vehicles, including both transport and non-transport vehicles, are required to be registered under a Registering Authority before they can be used in public places. Read on to know more about the vehicle registration process in the state of Haryana.

    Haryana RTO codes

    RTO name RTO code
    Ambala HR-01
    Yamuna Nagar HR-02
    Panchkula HR-03
    Naraingarh HR-04
    Karnal HR-05
    Panipat HR-06
    Kurukshetra HR-07
    Kaithal HR-08
    Guhla HR-09
    Sonepat HR-10
    Gohana HR-11
    Rohtak HR-12
    Bahadurgarh HR-13
    Jhajjar HR-14
    Meham HR-15
    Bhiwani HR-16
    Siwani HR-17
    Loharu HR-18
    Charkhi Dadri HR-19
    Hisar HR-20
    Hansi HR-21
    Fatehabad HR-22
    Tohana HR-23
    Sirsa HR-24
    Dabwali HR-25
    Gurgaon HR-26
    Nuh HR-27
    Ferozepur Jhirka HR-28
    Ballabgarh HR-29
    Palwal HR-30
    Jind HR-31
    Narwana HR-32
    Safidon HR-33
    Mohindergarh HR-34
    Narnaul HR-35
    Rewari HR-36
    Ambala HR-37
    Faridabad HR-38
    Hisar HR-39
    Assandh HR-40
    Pehowa HR-41
    Ganaur HR-42
    Kosli HR-43
    Ellenabad HR-44
    Karnal HR-45
    Rohtak HR-46
    Rewari HR-47
    Tosham HR-48
    Kalka HR-49
    Hodal HR-50
    Faridabad HR-51
    Hatin HR-52
    Adampur HR-53
    Ambala, Barara HR-54
    Gurgaon HR-55
    Jind HR-56
    Sirsa HR-57
    Jagadhari, Yamuna Nagar HR-58
    Ratia HR-59
    Samalkha HR-60
    Bhiwani HR-61
    Fatehabad HR-62
    Jhajjar HR-63
    Kaithal HR-64
    Kurukshetra HR-65
    Narnaul HR-66
    Panipat HR-67
    Panchkula HR-68
    Sonipat HR-69
    Chandigarh HR-70
    Bilaspur HR-71
    Gurgaon HR-72
    Palwal HR-73
    Mewat HR-74
    Indri HR-75
    Pataudi HR-76
    Beri HR-77
    Sahabad HR-78
    Kharkhoda HR-79
    Barwala HR-80
    Bawal HR-81
    Sonipat HR-86
    Kundli HR-88

    Why is Vehicle Registration Necessary?

    It is necessary to register your vehicle under an RTO in your area of residence in order to comply with the guidelines of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. Registering your vehicle and getting a valid registration number for your vehicle plays an important role in helping the authorities identify your vehicle in the event of a crime, vehicle theft, etc. Due to this, all registered motor vehicles in India are required to mandatorily have a number plate affixed to the vehicle.

    Haryana RTO codes

    Vehicle Registration Process for Non-Transport Vehicles

    Process to Register a New Two-Wheeler in Haryana

    • Any individual who purchases a two-wheeler from a dealership can get their new vehicle registered under a RTO.
    • Upon purchasing your two-wheeler from the dealership, the dealer will request you to submit certain documents, after which the dealer will submit Form 20, which is the registration application, to the concerned Registration Authority.
    • The vehicle owner, automobile dealer, or a representative of the automobile dealer can deposit the applicable fee along with Form 20. Post this, a permanent registration number will be allotted to the two-wheeler. The automobile dealer will charge you, the vehicle owner, tax as per the Haryana Motor Vehicles Taxation Act and the MV Act, 1988. You will also be required to pay the registration fee.
    • For High Security Registration Plates (HSRPs), the concerned vehicle owner will need to pay the specified fee to the automobile dealer.
    • The vehicle owner will need to provide a receipt of the fee and taxes paid for the registration certificate/HSRP with the allotted registration number/mark to the automobile dealer.
    • Upon receiving all the documents, receipts, and fee, the automobile dealer will complete the necessary file work and submit the same to the Registration Authority within a period of 2 business days. Purchased vehicles cannot leave the dealership without an HSRP affixed to the vehicle.
    • Once the permanent registration mark is allotted, the automobile dealer will ensure that the fee for the HSRP is paid to the HSRP vendor. The dealership will also upload a confirmation that the HSRP has been affixed to the vehicle, after which the registration certificate will be issued to the dealer.
    • Automobile dealer can also help vehicle owners with old vehicles get HSRPs.

    Forms and Documents Required

    • Application in Form 20
    • Sales certificate in Form 21
    • Roadworthiness certificate in Form 22/Form 22A
    • Form 34 (if the vehicle is subject to an arrangement of lease/hire purchase/hypothecation)
    • Proof of vehicle owner’s citizenship
    • Valid insurance certificate
    • Address proof
    • Copy of the invoice
    • Form 60/PAN card (2 copies that have been attested)
    • Customs clearance certificate for imported vehicles
    • NOC from the Excise and Taxation Department, if the vehicle was purchased in another state

    *Note: Any other documents that are requested for registration will have to be provided.

    Procedure to Obtain a Duplicate Registration Certificate in Haryana

    • If the registration certificate was mutilated or stolen, the applicant will need to first file a report at the police station.
    • Applicants can visit a facilitation centre and get an operator to fill up the specified form online and then attach the necessary documents to the form provided by the facilitation centre or choose to fill the specified form themselves on the Parivahan website and pay the applicable fee. The applicant will need to print the duly-filled form and attach whatever documents are required.
    • Post this, the applicant will need to get their files verified by a RLA clerk.
    • After verification, the concerned applicant will need to submit the file along with the applicable fee and a photograph.
    • The duplicate registration certificate will then be sent to the applicant through speed post.

    Forms and Documents Required

    • Form 26
    • Form 34 (if the two-wheeler is subject to an agreement of lease/hire purchase/hypothecation)
    • Applicable charges
    • Mutilated registration certificate/daily diary report (in case of theft/loss)

    Procedure to Register a Two-Wheeler from Another State

    • As an applicant, you should first get the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the RTO where the two-wheeler was previously registered.
    • The applicant can opt to visit the facilitation centre and have their forms filled by an operator or fill the prescribed forms themselves on the Parivahan online website and pay the due fee amount. In both cases, applicants should obtain the duly-filled form and attach the necessary documents to it.
    • Next, the form and the supporting documents will have to be physically verified by an RLA clerk.
    • After completion of the verification, the applicant will need to submit their files along with the applicable fee and photograph at the respective counter.
    • Post this, the certificate will be dispatched to the applicant via speed post. The applicant will receive the registration certificate within a period of 7 days.

    Forms and Documents Required

    • Application in Form 20
    • Sales certificate in Form 21
    • Roadworthiness certificate (Form 22/Form 22A)
    • NOC from the Registering Authority in the previous state
    • Valid two wheeler insurance certificate
    • NOC from the Excise and Taxation Department
    • Proof of citizenship
    • Proof of address

    Procedure to Obtain NOC to Register One’s Vehicle in Another State

    • Any individual who wishes to take his/her two-wheeler form Haryana to another state will need to obtain a NOC from the respective authority in the state of Haryana. To begin the process of obtaining the NOC, the concerned individual will need to either visit a facilitation centre or fill the required forms on the official Parivahan website. The vehicle owner will also need to pay the required fee and obtain a printout of the application form and attach the specified forms.
    • The individual will then have to get the form and the documents checked by an RLA clerk. Post this, the individual can submit the application along with the documents, fee, photograph, and booking slot for the stall test.
    • The certificate will then be dispatched to the concerned individual by speed post by the RTO. It will take the RTO 7 business days to prepare the NOC.

    Forms and Documents Required

    • Form 28
    • Form 34 (if applicable)
    • Registration certificate of the two-wheeler
    • Two-wheeler’s insurance certificate
    • Proof of the road tax paid

    Procedure to Transfer Ownership of a Two-Wheeler

    • To transfer the ownership of your two-wheeler, you will need to fill up the required forms online on the Parivahan website or get the forms filled up by visiting a facilitation centre. After paying the due fee, you will need to take a print out of the filled up form and attach the prescribed documents.
    • The documents will then need to be verified by an RLA clerk.
    • Post verification, the applicant will need to submit the file along with the fee and an on-the-spot photograph.
    • The vehicle owner will receive the certificate through speed post. The RTO will take a period of 7 days to prepare the Transfer of Ownership certification.

    Documents and Forms Required:

    • Form 29
    • Form 28, if the two-wheeler is transferred from another state
    • Form 30
    • Form 34, if applicable
    • Address proof of the transferee

    Vehicle Registration for Transport Vehicles

    Process to Register a New Transport Vehicle in Haryana

    • Any individual who has been given a fitness certificate for their vehicle can register their vehicle under an RTO. To being the registration process, the vehicle owner will need to fill the required form on the official website of the Haryana Transport Department website and pay the required fee or visit a facilitation centre for the same.
    • Next, the applicant will have to attach the supporting documents to a copy of the printout of the duly-filled form and submit it at the respective counter.
    • The files will then need to be physically checked by the TSI/TI in the office of the RTA.
    • The applicant will need to submit the file and pay the required fee and tax, after which the registration certificate and fitness certificate will be sent to the vehicle owner via post.

    Documents and Forms Required:

    • Application form in Form 20
    • Original sale certificate in Form 21
    • Form 28, in case the vehicle is being re-registered from a different state
    • Roadworthiness certificate in Form 22
    • Form 34, if applicable
    • Form 22A if the vehicle’s body has been modified after its purchase
    • Temporary registration certificate
    • Insurance certificate
    • Proof of citizenship
    • Address proof/Proof of business
    • NOC from the Excise and Taxation Department, if the vehicle was purchased in a different state
    • Invoice with the vehicle’s cost printed on it
    • Customs clearance certificate, applicable for imported vehicles
    • PAN card/Form 60

    Process to Obtain a Duplicate Copy of the Vehicle Registration Certificate

    • Any individual with a registered vehicle can apply for a duplicate of the vehicle registration certificate. If the registration certificate was stolen or lost, the concerned individual must report the same at the nearest police station.
    • Post this, the individual should get the necessary forms filled at the facilitation centre or fill the form online on the website of the Haryana Transport Department and pay the required fee. Next, the individual will need to attach all the required documents to a printout of the duly-filled form and submit it.
    • The files will then have to be verified physically by the TSI/TI at the office of the RTA. Once the files have been checked, the concerned individual can submit it at the respective counter with the specified documents and fee.
    • After completion of the above-mentioned steps, the registration certificate will be sent to the vehicle owner via post.

    Documents and Forms Required:

    • Form 26
    • Daily dairy report from the police station or the mutilated registration copy

    Process to Register Vehicles from Other States

    • Any individual who has bought his/her vehicle from another state to Haryana will need to get the vehicle re-registered if the vehicle has been retained for over a year in Haryana. To register an out-of-state vehicle, the applicant will first have to get a NOC from the Registration Authority under which the vehicle was previously registered.
    • Next, after getting the vehicle’s fitness certificate, applicants will either have to visit a facilitation centre to get the required form filled or fill the form themselves on the Haryana Transport Department website. After doing so, the applicant will need to pay the fee and attach all required documents to the duly-filled form and submit this file.
    • The files will then be manually checked by a TSI/TS in the office of the RTA, after which the individual can submit the file and pay the due tax and fee amount at the concerned counter.
    • The registration certificate will then be sent to the individual with the fitness certificate via post.

    Documents and Forms Required:

    • Application in Form 20
    • NOC from the previous Registering Authority in Form 28
    • Proof of citizenship
    • Insurance certificate
    • Address proof or proof of business
    • PAN card/Form 60
    • A report from the police confirming the vehicle was not involved in any theft cases

    Process to Obtain NOC for Vehicle Registration in Another State

    • If you wish to register your vehicle in a different state, you will need to obtain a NOC from the respective RTO in Haryana. For this, you will need to fill the specified forms or get it filled in a facilitation centre, pay the applicable fee, and attach the supporting documents to the form.
    • Once the form is submitted, it will be verified by the TSI/TI at the RTA office.
    • Once it is verified, the individual can submit the necessary documents and pay the required fee to obtain the NOC.
    • Individuals who have applied for the NOC will receive it by post, after the completion of the above-mentioned procedures.

    Documents and Forms Required:

    • Form 28
    • Certificate of Registration
    • State or national permit for surrender, if applicable
    • Insurance certificate
    • A police report confirming the vehicle was not involved in criminal activities
    • Proof of the road tax paid and Form PTTT-5 issued by the DETC

    Procedure to Transfer the Certificate of Registration

    • To transfer your registration certificate, the applicant will need to fill up the prescribed form either by themselves or by visiting a facilitation centre. The applicant will then have to obtain a copy of the form, attach the necessary documents, and pay the applicable fee.
    • The file can then be submitted for verification at the office of the RTA. After receiving the verified file back, the applicant will need to submit the same at the respective counter with the required documents and the applicable fee.
    • After the completion of the all the steps mentioned above, the applicant will be sent the registration certificate through post.

    Documents and Forms Required:

    • Form 29 in duplicate
    • Form 30 in duplicate, if applicable
    • Form 28, if the vehicle is transferred from a different state
    • Proof of business and address of the transferee
    • Vehicle’s insurance and registration certificate
    • Proof of goods/road/passenger tax paid and proof of fitness
    • Declaration from the seller regarding the sale of the vehicle
    • Self-declaration for the purchase of a vehicle

    Process to Add or Remove Hypothecation

    • Any individual who wishes to add or remove an agreement of lease, hypothecation, or hire purchase will need to get the necessary form filled on the official website of the Transport Department of Haryana or by visiting a facilitation centre.
    • Post this, the necessary documents will have to be attached to a printout of the duly-filled form. The individual will then have to pay the fee and deposit this file at the respective office.
    • The file will then be verified at the RTA office, after which the vehicle owner can submit the file at the concerned counter along with the tax and fee amount.
    • Post completion of the above-mentioned steps, the registration certificate will be dispatched to the concerned individual via post.

    Documents and Forms Required:

    • Form 34 for addition of hypothecation
    • Form 35 for removal of hypothecation
    • Insurance certificate
    • Registration certificate
    • Proof of goods/road/passenger tax paid
    • Proof of fitness

    The Bottom Line

    It is mandatory for all vehicle owners to have a registration certificate. Similarly, if you own a two-wheeler, you must also always have a valid two wheeler insurance policy. Make sure to do your research and either choose a third-party liability-only insurance policy or a two wheeler insurance plan that also provides an own damage cover in order to protect yourself from financial risks.

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