Two-wheeler owners, not only consider the utility and mileage of a bike while buying it but also the model and the overall look and feel of the vehicle. Apart from choosing the best-suited model, bike owners like to make their vehicles look perfect by choosing a special registration number. The transport department of each state fixes a certain rate for the fancy numbers available with them at the time of registration.
Given below are more details about the vehicle registration number and the procedure to get a fancy registration number for your two-wheeler.
The government has laid down certain guidelines for number plates such as the font, font colour, background colour, etc. However, the format for the registration number for vehicles remains uniform. The first two numbers are decided based on the state or union territory in which the vehicle is registered. The next two figures are numerals associated with the RTO in which the two-wheeler was registered. The next part of the registration number are 4 unique digits that help identify the vehicle. Individuals are allowed to choose these 4 digits by applying for a special number with the RTO.
To register one’s two-wheeler, he/she needs to apply for registration using Form 20. Along with the duly-filled Form 20, the following documents need to be submitted:
Along with the above-mentioned documents, the applicable road tax and vehicle registration fee are to be paid.
According to the recent amendment made to Rule 35 of the Principal Rules of Tripura, the fees payable for special registration numbers are as follows:
The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, has made it mandatory for all vehicle owners to register their vehicles soon after the vehicle is purchased and fix number plates at the front as well as the back of the vehicle. Also, it is mandatory for the number plates to have Latin letters and modern Arabic numerals.
As mentioned earlier, it is highly important for every vehicle owner to get his/her vehicle registered. Apart from registration, it is also important to purchase a two wheeler insurance policy to protect one’s two-wheeler from damages caused by accidents or disasters. The Motor Vehicles Act has made it mandatory for all bike owners to purchase at least a third-party liability insurance policy. two wheeler insurance providers offer not only third-party liability insurance but also comprehensive insurance policies. While third-party liability insurance covers damages caused to third-party vehicles or individuals, the comprehensive insurance plan offers coverage for the policyholder and his/her bike too.
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