• How To Get The Temporary Two Wheeler Registration number 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. However, it takes time for the Regional Transport Office (RTO) to issue your permanent registration certificate and hence it is important to get a temporary registration certificate in the meantime. We will have a look at the processes that you will have to follow in order to get a temporary registration number.

    Guidelines to get a temporary registration number

    Given below are the guidelines that you will have to adhere to in order to get your temporary registration number:

    • You will have to submit the Form 20 by visiting your nearest RTO and get a physical analysis done of your vehicle so that it can be determined that your vehicle is in a good condition and can be issued a temporary registration number.
    • You will have to furnish documents such as the roadworthiness certificate, sales certificate, and the insurance certificate of the vehicle.
    • Pay the application fee including the tax as specified under Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.
    • You can also apply for the extension of your temporary registration by specifying the period of time for which you would like to be issued the temporary registration number and the reason behind you asking for an extension.
    • You also have the option of asking for an extension for a maximum of two times.
    • In case you are asking for an extension for the second time then you will have to pay a penalty.
    • You will have to pay the appropriate fee for getting your vehicle registered as mentioned under Central Motor Vehicles Registration, 1989.

    Documents required for getting a temporary number for your vehicle

    Some of the documents that you will have to furnish in order to get your vehicle registered temporarily are:

    • Form 20 which is the application form for the registration of the vehicle.
    • Form 21 or the sales certificate.
    • Form 22 or the roadworthiness certificate.
    • Pollution under certificate.
    • A valid insurance certificate.
    • Address proof such as your electricity bill, passport, etc.
    • Form 60 and Form 61 if you do not have a PAN Card.

    These are some of the processes that you will have to keep in mind if you wish to get your vehicle registered temporarily. You can visit the Vahan website and download the required documents and ensure that all details filled in by you are correct, before submitting the application. However, you must ensure that you get your vehicle registered permanently as soon as possible.

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