According to Section 39 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, it is necessary for all vehicle buyers to get their vehicles registered before using it in public places. The permanent registration number is an identification number that is issued by an RTO in your jurisdiction. This number is unique to your vehicle.
Registration of motor vehicles is mandatory since it is linked to the details of the vehicle buyer. Thus, in the event of a vehicular theft or crime, it can become easy for the authorities to trace the vehicle back to the vehicle owner.
The permanent registration of a motor vehicle should be completed within 7 days of the delivery of the vehicle to the concerned buyer. If the vehicle has been temporarily registered, the vehicle owner will need to apply for a permanent registration number before the expiry of the temporary registration number. Keep in mind that the temporary registration number is only valid for a period of 30 days. The procedure to register your vehicle and the documents that you will need to provide when registering your vehicle are as follows:
To obtain the permanent registration number, the vehicle owner will need to submit the relevant application form (Form 20) to the RTO. Along with this form, the documents mentioned below will have to be submitted:
Getting a permanent registration number for a two-wheeler is a convenient and hassle-free process. Make sure to keep the above-mentioned points in mind before applying for a permanent registration number for your vehicle.
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