As per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, all motor vehicles are required to have a valid registration certificate at all times. The original registration certificate of a vehicle is valid for a period of 15 years. After the completion of this period, you will need to get your vehicle’s registration certificate renewed. The registration certificate of a vehicle should be renewed within 60 days of the original registration certificate’s expiry.
To renew the registration certificate of a vehicle, the vehicle owner will need to do as follows:
A vehicle owner who wishes to renew the registration certificate of their vehicle will need to submit the following documents to the RTO:
*Note: Any other documents that are requested by the RTO will have to be provided.
Once a vehicle is purchased, the original registration certificate is valid for a total period of 15 years. After the expiry of the registration certificate, you will need to get it renewed within the specified duration at an RTO. The renewed registration certificate is valid for a total of 5 years.
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