In Maharashtra, which is the country’s second-most populated state, two-wheelers are one of the most preferred modes of transport given its convenience and affordability. Thus, the Department of Motor Vehicles, Maharashtra ensures that residents of the state are able to get their newly purchased two-wheelers registered in a smooth and easy manner. The process to register your two-wheeler if you are a resident of Maharashtra is as follows:
|Location of Regional Transport Offices in Maharashtra||RTO code|
|Mumbai (South)||MH 01|
|Mumbai (East)||MH 03|
|Mumbai (West)||MH 02|
|Shrirampur, Ahmednagar District||MH 16|
|Jalna City||MH 20|
|Pune North||MH 27|
|Wadi, Nagpur (rural)||MH 40|
|Malegaon, Nashik District||MH 41|
|Navi Mumbai||MH 43|
|Baramati, Pune||MH 42|
|Ambejogai, Beed||MH 44|
|Akluj, Solapur||MH 45|
|Navi Mumbai||MH 46|
|Mumbai North||MH 47|
|Nagpur East||MH 49|
|Ratnagiri district||MH 52|
The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 prohibits vehicle buyers to ride/drive their vehicles in public places unless the vehicle has been registered under a Registering Authority. Thus, individuals will only be allowed to use their two-wheelers after getting either a temporary or a permanent registration done.
To register one’s new vehicle, the vehicle owner will need to submit the following documents:
*Note: Any other documents that are requested by the RTO will have to be provided by the vehicle buyer.
Vehicle owners who wish to register their two-wheelers that have been brought from other states will have to submit the following documents to complete the procedure:
To apply for a No Objection (NOC) certificate, the vehicle owner will need to submit the following documents:
If one wishes to transfer the ownership of a vehicle, the concerned individual will need to submit the following documents:
Having an insurance certificate is mandatory if you want to get your two-wheeler registered. Thus, before you purchase your two-wheeler, make sure to also do your research about the type of policy you would like to purchase. Vehicle buyers can either opt for a third-party liability-only insurance cover or a package policy that offers a third-party liability-only insurance policy and an own-damage cover. You will, thus, have to assess your coverage needs and premium payment ability and opt for a two-wheeler insurance policy, accordingly. Further, you should also compare various two-wheeler insurance covers and the premium rates for these policies since this will ensure that you are able to make an informed decision when purchasing an insurance cover for your vehicle.
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