Hyderabad Transport and Vehicle Registration Process in Hyderabad

According to Chapter 4 of Indian Motor Vehicles Act 1988, it is mandatory for a vehicle to be registered in order to be driven in any public place or any other place. The owner of the vehicle is required to register the vehicle by a Registering Authority under whose jurisdiction area (residential or official) the vehicle is normally kept. A decided registration number is alloted to every vehicle depending on the state and the RTO under which the vehicle is registered. Once the registration process is completed, a Registration Certificate (also known as RC) is issued to the vehicle owner.

The different types of registration and their respective methods, under Hyderabad Transport Department, are being discussed below.

Hyderabad Transport and Vehicle Registration Process in India
Hyderabad Transport and Vehicle Registration Process

Hyderabad vehicle registration details:

A number of processes are associated with vehicle registration in Hyderabad. They are listed below:

  1. Temporary Registration:

    The owner of a vehicle can opt for a temporary registration for which he/she has to make an application in Form 20 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989. This application is to be made to the Registering Authority of the local dealer who deals in the sale of new motor vehicles and is recognised by the Transport Commissioner. Filling up Items 23 to 32 of Form 20 shall not be required.

  2. Extension of Temporary Registration:

    In case an extension of the Temporary Registration is needed, an application for the extension period is to be made to the Registering Authority which will specify the period upto which the extension is required. It should also be clubbed with the Temporary Registration Form C.R.Tem.

  3. Documents required to apply for Temporary Registration:

    • Sales certificate copy in Form 21.
    • Form 22 from the manufacturers (Form 22A from the builder of the body) containing the copy of Road worthiness certificate.
    • Copy of valid insurance certificate.
    • Pollution under control certificate.
    • Copy of address proof: Ration card, electricity bill, voter’s ID, rent agreement, etc.
    • Design approval copy of STA in case of trailer or semi-trailer vehicles.
    • Copy of original sales certificate issued by the concerned authorities in Form 21 in case of ex-army vehicle.
    • Copy of customs clearance certificate in case of imported vehicles.
    • A fee of Rs.15 (unless exempted) payable towards the temporary registration or its extension (as per Rule 89 of APMV Rules).
    • Tax as per APMVT Act.
  4. Permanent Registration:

    For permanent registration of a motor vehicle, an application has to be made to the Registering Authority in Form 20. This application has to be made within 7 days from the date on which the delivery of the vehicle is made. The period of journey shall be excluded.

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    Documents required to apply for Permanent Registration:

    • Sales certificate copy in Form 21.
    • Road worthiness certificate in Form 21 (provided by the manufacturers) or Form 22A (provided by the builder of the body).
    • Valid insurance certificate.
    • Address proof: Ration card, rent agreement, electricity bill, voter’s ID, etc.
    • Design approval copy of STA in case of trailer or semi-trailer vehicles.
    • Original sales certificate issued by the concerned authorities in Form 21 in case of ex-army vehicle.
    • Copy of customs clearance certificate in case of imported vehicles.
    • Applicable fees as mentioned in Rule 81 of CMV Rules.
    • Tax as per APMVT Act.
  6. Renewal of registration certificate:

    For the renewal of a certificate of registration, an application has to be made in Form 25. The application should be made not more than 60 days before the expiry of the registration. The applicable fees, as per Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989, is to be paid to the Registering Authority.

  7. Documents required for application of registration certificate renewal:

    • Existing registration certificate
    • Pollution under control certificate
  8. Duplicate registration certificate:

    In case of loss of an original certificate, an application is to be made for a duplicate one. The application for issuance of a duplicate registration certificate is to be made in Form 26. If the vehicle is covered by finance, hire purchase, or lease, the signature of the financer on Form 26 is required. The appropriate fees as mentioned in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989, is to be paid to the Registering Authority.

  9. Documents required for application of a duplicate registration certificate:

    • Police Certificate
    • Pollution under control certificate

Knowing the status of a Registration Certificate:

You can also get to know the status of a registration certificate with a few clicks. The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways under the Government of India runs a website: Parivahan Sewa. This website allow the users to know the status of a Registration Certificate. The website comes with a ‘Know your RC Status’ tab which redirects the user to another page. On this page you can type the registration number of a vehicle and check the status. This page provides information like the owner’s name, date of registration, fuel type, make and model of the vehicle, chassis number, engine number, fuel norms compliance status, etc. You can get a Hyderabad registered vehicle’s details by number plate through this website.

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