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  • Road Tax in Andhra Pradesh

    The road network in India has enabled the country to stay connected and grow, helping both people and goods travel the length and breadth of our country. With the country divided into multiple states, it is common for travellers to cross over into a different territory and since road tax is a state subject, it becomes important to know the working of road tax in a particular place. The Motor Vehicle Act of 1988 has provisions for road tax in Andhra Pradesh (Capital City: Amravati), framing guidelines for relevant authorities to follow. With close to 80 lakh vehicles on the streets of Andhra Pradesh, road tax is a major source of income for the government.

    Calculating the Road Tax in Andhra Pradesh:

    There are a number of factors which go into computing the road tax you pay for your vehicle in Andhra Pradesh, with the primary factors being the make and manufacture of a vehicle, the type of fuel it runs on, engine capacity, age of vehicle, purpose of a vehicle, (personal use or commercial use), etc. These form the crux for calculating the road tax, with the transport department levying a tax equivalent to a certain percentage of the vehicle cost. The place of manufacture and any cess (if applicable) also go into calculating the road tax. For example, the government might offer incentives to buyers of electric vehicles by reducing the tax or offering certain waivers.

    Tax on 2 Wheelers:

    The road tax applicable on two wheelers in Andhra Pradesh is highlighted in the table below.

    Vehicle Category

    Life Time Tax Charged

    New vehicles

    9% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles under 2 years

    8% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged >2 but < 3 years

    7% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 3 years but < 4 years

    6% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 4 years but < 5 years

    5% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 5 years but < 6 years

    4% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 6 years but < 7 years

    3.5% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 7 years but < 8 years

    3 % of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 8 years but < 9 years

    2.5 % of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 9 years but < 10 years

    2 % of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 10 years but < 11 years

    1.5 % of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged over 11 years

    1 % of the vehicle cost

    The above table applies for all two wheelers, including motorcycles, scooters and tricycles of all engine capacities.

    Tax on 4 Wheelers:

    The road tax on 4 wheelers in Andhra Pradesh depends on the cost of a vehicle, with Rs 10 lakh set as the benchmark differentiating multiple car categories. The table below highlights the tax for 4 wheelers based on their age and cost.

    Vehicle Category

    Life time tax charged (vehicle costing under Rs 10 lakh)

    Life time tax charged (vehicle costing over Rs 10 lakh)

    New vehicles

    12% of the vehicle cost

    14% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles under 2 years

    11% of the vehicle cost

    13% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged >2 but < 3 years

    10.5% of the vehicle cost

    12.5% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 3 years but < 4 years

    10% of the vehicle cost

    12% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 4 years but < 5 years

    9.5% of the vehicle cost

    11.5% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 5 years but < 6 years

    9% of the vehicle cost

    11% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 6 years but < 7 years

    8.5% of the vehicle cost

    10.5% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 7 years but < 8 years

    8% of the vehicle cost

    10% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 8 years but < 9 years

    7.5% of the vehicle cost

    9.5% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 9 years but < 10 years

    7% of the vehicle cost

    9% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 10 years but < 11 years

    6.5% of the vehicle cost

    8.5% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged > 11 years but < 12 years

    6% of the vehicle cost

    8% of the vehicle cost

    Vehicles aged over 12 years

    5.5% of the vehicle cost

    7.5% of the vehicle cost

    How to pay Road Tax in Andhra Pradesh?

    The road tax should be paid to the Regional Transport Office at the time of registering your vehicle. One can pay this at the RTO under whose jurisdiction his/her address falls by providing the registration documents and sales invoice. One can also log on to the official website of the Andhra Pradesh transport department to pay quarterly tax

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