Having a motorcycle can mean a different thing to each individual. For some people, it is a mode for everyday commute from home to office and back, for some others, it’s a vanity. A lot of people may have the same motorcycle as you have, but you can still have your way to make a style statement by using a VIP/fancy number on your vehicle. There is no dearth of people who don’t mind spending extra money on making their vehicles unique. The number plate of your motorcycle can give you the status quotient you are looking for.
The number plate of your two-wheeler may tell the world who you are and how you want the world to look at you. If you are looking for a fancy two wheeler number, there are few aspects of VIP number registration that you must be aware of. Most importantly, you must realise that there can be a lot of people who might want the same vehicle number as you do. If you are searching for your favourite two-wheeler number in Hyderabad, here is the detailed process to do the same.
Submission of Applications
Once the RTO in Hyderabad receives an application for special number registration, they would organise all the applications alphabetically each day and assign the numbers in order subject to the following conditions and rules.
The RTO registration authority is to be submitted an application Form RRMA by the owner of the vehicle. The RTO reserves all the special numbers within the range of thousand from the assigned last number in the order on the application date.
- A payment worth Rs.50,000 (Rupees fifty thousand only) as fee for one of these numbers: 1, 9, 999, 9999.
- A payment worth Rs.30,000 (Rupees thirty thousand only) as fee for one of these numbers: 99, 333, 555, 666, 777, 888, 2222, 3333, 4444, 5555, 6666, 7777 or 8888.
- A payment worth Rs.20,000 (Rupees twenty thousand only) for one of the numbers mentioned: 123, 222, 369, 444, 567, 786, 1111, 1116, 3366, 3456 or 4455.
- A payment worth Rs.10,000 (Rupees ten thousand only) for one of the numbers mentioned: 3, 5, 6, 7, 111, 234, 306, 405, 789, 818, 909, 1188, 1234, 1314, 1818, 1899, 2277, 2772, 2345, 2727, 2799, 3636, 3663, 3699, 4545, 4554, 4567, 4599, 5678, 6336, 6633, 6789, 7227, 7722, 8118, 8811, 9009, 9099.
- A payment worth Rs.2,000 (Rupees two thousand only) for one of the numbers except those mentioned above in rule numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4. If there are applications for the same fancy number for four-wheelers and two-wheelers, priority will be given to four-wheeler applicants. Any current number is to be reserved with the payment of Rs.1000 (Rupees Thousand Only).
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Al the applications for allotment of two-wheeler numbers shall be put in a sealed drop box along with the applicable charges by 1 p.m. No application will be entertained to be put in the drop box post 1 p.m. on any day. The application number must be collected personally by the applicant under any situation.
Payments are to be made in the form of a Demand Draft drawn in the name of Secretary, Regional Transport Authority of the District you are applying in from any reputed bank.
If more than one application is submitted for a specific vehicle registration number in a given day, the allotment would be made through tenders in closed envelopes along with the RRMTA application form. The applications should enclose the applicable fee in form of a Demand Draft in favour of Secretary, Regional Transport Authority at 3. P.m. on the same day. The number would be allotted to the highest bidder out of all the applications. Applicants must be present at the time of auction failing to do the same would result in forfeiture of the application. The bid amount cannot be lower than the minimum fees decided by the authority for a particular number.
The number registered under rules 1, 2 and 3 will be allotted to legal vehicles registered through a proper process under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and the applicable rules. The allotment will be cancelled if the two-wheeler is not produced at the RTO within 15 days from the date of number allotment. The cancelled allotment for a particular number will be immediately put back in the list of available numbers and will be re-allotted through the ser procedure of the RTO. If no one applies for that number, the same will be referred to the Transport Commissioner at intervals suggested by him for re-notification.