• How To Get Permanent Registration For Two Wheeler in India?

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    According to the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, if you own a two-wheeler, then it is important for you to get it registered. You can visit the nearest Regional Transport Office (RTO) and get your vehicle registered. We will have a look at the processes involved which can help you get your vehicle permanently registered.

    How to get your vehicle registered?

    Today it has become extremely easy to get your vehicle registered permanently due to digitisation. The Government of India has launched Vahan, a website which has made it easy for people to get their vehicle registered without having to stand in long queues or waiting for a long period of time.

    You can visit the Vahan website, download the required documents and fill them ensuring that all the details entered by you are correct. Once you have done that, you will have to take your vehicle to your nearest RTO along with the relevant documents. There will be a physical analysis of your vehicle which will include checking the pollution and emission level of your vehicle. In order to get your vehicle registered, it will be important that you have a valid two-wheeler insurance policy.

    Once the RTO official is satisfied with the condition of your vehicle, you will have to submit the required documents and pay the application fee. You will then receive a temporary registration certificate which will be valid for 30 days. During this period, your permanent registration certificate will be processed and sent to your communication address.

    Documents that you will need to get your vehicle registered

    Given below are some of the documents that you will have to furnish in order to get your vehicle registered:

    • Form 20 which is the application form for the registration of the vehicle.
    • Form 21 which is the sale certificate given to you by the dealer.
    • Form 22 or the roadworthiness certificate.
    • Form 23 and Form 24 which is the certificate of registration.
    • A chassis imprint.
    • A copy of your PAN Card.
    • Passport size photographs.

    Details mentioned on a vehicle registration certificate

    A vehicle registration certificate carries multiple details which can be used to trace the owner of the vehicle. Some of the other information that will be mentioned on a registration certificate is:

    • Engine number
    • Chassis number
    • Type of fuel
    • Type of body
    • Details of the manufacturer
    • Details of the model
    • Color of the vehicle
    • Registration number
    • Full name of the owner

    Conclusion

    Hence, these are some of the things that you will need to know about getting a permanent registration certificate for your vehicle. You can apply for a permanent registration certificate online by visiting Vahan, which is the website of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The application process is very simple and user friendly in nature. If you have all the documents in place, then the process related to the registration of the vehicle will not take much time to be completed.

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