MP Transport and Vehicle Registration Process in MP(Madhya Pradesh)

MP Transport Department is led by the Transport Commissioner who is assisted by the Deputy Transport Commissioners who specialise in the Administration, Enforcement, and Finance.

If you are registering your bike in Madhya Pradesh, here are the documents needed for a permanent registration:

Services offered Madhya Pradesh Transport Department
MP Transport Registration Details
  • Address proof
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate
  • Customs clearance certificate for imported bikes
  • Sales certificate
  • Road-worthiness certificate
  • Two wheeler insurance policy

The road tax and applicable fee should be paid by the bike owner for the registration.

The Transport department in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India operates as per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (under the provisions of section 213). The Department ensures the enforcement of the rules, regulations, and provisions under the Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Taxation Act,1924 (Amended in 1993) and the Motor Vehicles Act,1988.

Administrative Setup of MPTransport:

There are over 15 lakh registered vehicles in Madhya Pradesh and the state transport department generates an annual revenue of Rs.280 crore (As per FY 2003-04. The state has been one of the pioneers in using digital technologies to enhance the quality of services and streamline the processes to help citizens with RTO related services. The department had adopted the issuance of Registration Certificate and Smart Card Based Driving License a decade ago. It is also working towards making all the necessary data available to citizens over the Internet and providing vital information to them via SMS.

Number of Transport Offices And RTOs in Madhya Pradesh

Transport Department Number of offices
Regional Transport offices 10
Additional Regional Transport offices 10
District Transport office 30
Transport Checkpost at State Border 40

Madhya Pradesh Transport
MP Transport

Vehicle Registration in Madhya Pradesh(MP):

As per the provisions of the Motors Vehicle Act, a person is not permitted to drive any motor vehicle in a public place unless the vehicle has been registered.

Transactions/Processes Related To Vehicle Registration

  • Temporary registration of the vehicle
  • Permanent registration of the vehicle
  • Renewal of certificate of vehicle registration
  • Issue of duplicate certificate of registration
  • Change in address/residence
  • Agreement for endorsement of hire-purchase
  • Termination of the hire-purchase agreement

You may also be interested in Vehicle Registration Details In India

Documents Required For Temporary Registration:

  • Address proof (Aadhaar Card/PAN Card/Ration Card/Electricity Bill)
  • Certificate of Pollution Under Control (PUC)
  • Copy of design approval of STA in case Semi Trailer or Trailer
  • Customs Clearance Certificate for Imported Vehicles
  • Form 21- Sales Certificate
  • Form 22- Road worthiness certificate from the manufacturer of the vehicle (Form 22A)
  • In case of Ex-Army Vehicle- Original Sales Certificate from the Authorities in Form 21
  • Insurance document of the vehicle
  • Tax to be paid as per the schedule of Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Taxation Act

*As per the Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, the fee for temporary vehicle registration and its extension would be Rs.50 unless exempted.

Documents Required For Permanent Registration of The Vehicle:

For the registration of a motor vehicle, an application has to be made in Form 20 to the Registering Authority. The application must be made within 7 days after the vehicle is delivered. The following documents are to be submitted along with the application.

  • Address proof (Aadhaar Card/PAN Card/Ration Card/Electricity Bill)
  • Certificate of Pollution Under Control (PUC)
  • Copy of design approval of STA in case Semi Trailer or Trailer
  • Customs Clearance Certificate for Imported Vehicles
  • Form 21- Sales Certificate
  • Form 22- Road worthiness certificate from the manufacturer of the vehicle (Form 22A)
  • Insurance document of the vehicle
  • Tax to be paid as per the schedule of Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Taxation Act
  • Applicable fee as specified under CMV Rules, 1989

Allotment of Vehicle Registration Number:

After the application for vehicle registration is submitted, the Registering Authority will allot the registration mark as per Rule 80. The number shall be assigned in the serial order based on the last assigned registration number.

Allotment of Fancy/VIP Vehicle Registration Number

If you wish to get a fancy vehicle number of your choice, the special registration mark will be assigned by the Registering authority to the owner of the vehicle based on numbers reserved for choice through an auction. The person making the highest bid will be allotted the registration mark after making the necessary payments.

However, if someone already holding a number wishes to retain the same number for a new vehicle, they will be liable to pay only half of the fee determined for that number. The Registration Authority may assign may assign unutilised special numbers to state government vehicles without any additional fee.

RC Renewal In MP:

For the renewal Registration Certificate (RC), an application has to be made in Form 25 not within 60 days before the RC is to expire. The applicable fee as per Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, also needs to be paid to the Registering Authority where the vehicle is registered. Here is the list of documents required for the same:

  • Original Certificate of Registration
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate.
  • Insurance Certificate of the vehicle
  • Photocopy of Registration Certificate

Issue of Duplicate Copy Of Registration In MP:

For the issue of duplicate RC, an application has to be made in Form 26. In case of Hire/ Finance/Lease/Purchase, the application (Form 26) should be attested by the Financier. The fee shall be paid towards the Registering Authority as specified under Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989. Here are the documents to be submitted along with the application:

  • Copy of Police FIR in case of loss of Registration Certificate
  • Original Registration Certificate (If damaged).

Transfer of Vehicle Ownership

To transfer the Registration certificate of your vehicle to another person, an application has to be made in Form 29 and Form 30 (If the vehicle is purchased on finance with the signatures of the financer). The fee for the same has to be paid in accordance with the Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989. Following are the list of documents to be submitted along with the application:

  • Registration Certificate
  • Insurance Certificate
  • No Objection Certificate (in case of vehicle registered in another state)
  • No Objection Certificate from Financier (if the vehicle has been purchased through finance)
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate
  • Residence proof
  • Affidavit for sale/purchase of the vehicle from the seller/purchaser

How To Avail A No Objection Certificate:

The application for NOC has to be made in Form 28 (along with three copies) to the Registration Authority where the vehicle is originally registered.

  • Certificate of Registration
  • Proof of Address.

Registration For Private vehicles (Non Transport vehicles):

Registration certificate can be obtained by the dealer at the time of vehicle purchase. Your vehicle will be registered by dealer through Online Dealer Point Registration Process. The applicable fee and tax can be paid online and registration number can be obtained immediately. The dealer will submit your documents to the RTO and you will be sent a smart RC card via post after the approval. The documents mentioned below are to be submitted to the dealer:

  • Duly filled up Form 20 [Imprint of engine number and chassis number to be taken on this form).
  • Sale certificate (Form 21) issued by the dealer
  • Road worthiness certificate (Form 22) provided by the manufacturer of the vehicle
  • Attested copy of insurance policy of the vehicle
  • Attested copy of address proof
  • Form 34 with signatures of the vehicle owner and the financer
  • Applicable One time road tax
  • Registration fee
  • PAN Card or Form 60 & 61 (as applicable)
  • Invoice from the manufacturer or dealer

Validity And Effectiveness of Vehicle Registration:

The Registration certificate is valid across India. It is issued for a period of 15 years for private vehicles and 2 years for transport vehicles after which the vehicle owner must obtain the fitness certificate every year from the registering authority.

Madhya Pradesh(MP) RTO Locations and RTO Codes

MP RTO LOCATIONS RTO CODE MP RTO LOCATIONS RTO CODE
Madhya Pradesh MP01 Sheopur MP31
Madhya Pradesh MP02 Datia MP32
Madhya Pradesh MP03 Shivpuri MP33
Bhopal MP04 Damoh MP34
Hoshangabad MP05 Panna MP35
Morena MP06 Tikamgarh MP36
Gwalior MP07 Sehore MP37
Guna MP08 Raisen MP38
Indore MP09 Rajgarh MP39
Khargone MP10 Vidisha MP40
Dhar MP11 Dewas MP41
Khandwa MP12 Shajapur MP42
Ujjain MP13 Ratlam MP43
Mandsaur MP14 Neemuch MP44
Sagar MP15 Jhabua MP45
Chhatarpur MP16 Barwani MP46
Rewa MP17 Harda MP47
Shahdol MP18 Betul MP48
Satna MP19 Narsinghpur MP49
Jabalpur MP20 Balaghat MP50
Katni MP21 Mandla MP51
Seoni MP22 Dindori MP52
Raipur MP23 Sidhi MP53
Durg MP24 Umaria MP54
Jagdalpur MP25 Anuppur MP65
Bilaspur MP26 Singrauli MP66
Ambikapur MP27 Ashoknagar MP67
Chhindwara MP28 Burhanpur MP68
Rajnandgaon MP29 Alirajpur MP69
Bhind MP30 Agar MP70

MP Transport FAQ's:

  1. Is vehicle registration compulsory in Madhya Pradesh?

    Getting a vehicle registered is absolutely mandatory in the whole of India. Chapter IV of the Indian Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, prohibits the use of any unregistered vehicle in any public place in India. Driving an unregistered vehicle therefore is a criminal offence.

  2. Do I need to re-register my vehicle if I wish to use the same in another state for a few months?

    Vehicle owners can use their registered vehicles in any other state for a period of up to 12 months without any hassle. Post this period, they must get their vehicle re-registered in the state they are using their vehicle in. For instance, if your vehicle is registered in Madhya Pradesh and you move to Maharashtra for a temporary project, you can use your vehicle in Maharashtra for up to 12 months without re-registering your vehicle in the state.

  3. How to apply for a fancy vehicle number in Madhya Pradesh?

    To bring transparency in the way VIP registration numbers were allocated traditionally, the Madhya Pradesh government has adopted an online system to allocate fancy vehicle numbers to interested applicants by way of auction. The interested vehicle owners must register themselves for the auction and bid for the fancy number they are interested in. The special/premium registration numbers available for auction can also be checked out on the e-auction portal.

  4. When should I renew the vehicle RC for my two-wheeler?

    According to the rules formed under the Central Motor Vehicles Act, a vehicle Registration Certificate (RC) for a two-wheeler should be renewed after 15 years from the original registration of the vehicle. Post which, the RC should be renewed every 5 years. At the time of renewal, there is a list of documents to be submitted to the registering authority who will issue a renewed RC after verification of documents and inspection of the vehicle. The vehicle must be physically produced at the RTO for inspection of roadworthiness of the vehicle.

    It should also be noted that an application for RC renewal should be made not before 60 days of the date of expiry of vehicle RC as per rule 81 of the CMV Rules, 1989.

  5. What is the minimum age limit to obtain a driving license in Madhya Pradesh?

    The minimum age to apply for a learner’s driving license in India is 16 years. The application for the same can be made along with a written consent from the parent/guardian. The person holding a learner’s driving license is eligible to drive a gearless two-wheeler. To obtain driving license for a geared two-wheeler or car, a person should be a minimum of 18 years old.

  6. Is it compulsory to insure a two-wheeler in Madhya Pradesh?

    Yes, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India makes it mandatory for all vehicles to have a minimum of a third-party insurance cover. However, a third-party liability insurance policy only covers the insured against legal and financial liabilities arising out of damage or loss caused to a third person or their properties. This is why it is better to opt for a comprehensive two-wheeler insurance policy that provides you with a greater scope of protection against a variety of mishaps involving your vehicle.

  7. How can I get the vehicle registration related forms?

    All forms related to vehicle registration and related applications can be downloaded online or can be obtained from the concerned RTOs. For many services, applications can be made online as well.

  8. When must I report an accident to the police?

    Incidents that resulted in third party property damage, bodily injury to self, bodily injury or death of third party and theft must be reported to the nearest police station and an FIR generated. This document will be crucial in the ensuing claim process.

MP Transport Department is led by the Transport Commissioner who is assisted by the Deputy Transport Commissioners who specialise in the Administration, Enforcement, and Finance.

If you are registering your bike in Madhya Pradesh, here are the documents needed for a permanent registration:

Services offered Madhya Pradesh Transport Department
MP Transport Registration Details
  • Address proof
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate
  • Customs clearance certificate for imported bikes
  • Sales certificate
  • Road-worthiness certificate
  • Two wheeler insurance policy

The road tax and applicable fee should be paid by the bike owner for the registration.

The Transport department in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India operates as per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (under the provisions of section 213). The Department ensures the enforcement of the rules, regulations, and provisions under the Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Taxation Act,1924 (Amended in 1993) and the Motor Vehicles Act,1988.

Administrative Setup of MPTransport:

There are over 15 lakh registered vehicles in Madhya Pradesh and the state transport department generates an annual revenue of Rs.280 crore (As per FY 2003-04. The state has been one of the pioneers in using digital technologies to enhance the quality of services and streamline the processes to help citizens with RTO related services. The department had adopted the issuance of Registration Certificate and Smart Card Based Driving License a decade ago. It is also working towards making all the necessary data available to citizens over the Internet and providing vital information to them via SMS.

Number of Transport Offices And RTOs in Madhya Pradesh

Transport Department Number of offices
Regional Transport offices 10
Additional Regional Transport offices 10
District Transport office 30
Transport Checkpost at State Border 40

Madhya Pradesh Transport
MP Transport

Vehicle Registration in Madhya Pradesh(MP):

As per the provisions of the Motors Vehicle Act, a person is not permitted to drive any motor vehicle in a public place unless the vehicle has been registered.

Transactions/Processes Related To Vehicle Registration

  • Temporary registration of the vehicle
  • Permanent registration of the vehicle
  • Renewal of certificate of vehicle registration
  • Issue of duplicate certificate of registration
  • Change in address/residence
  • Agreement for endorsement of hire-purchase
  • Termination of the hire-purchase agreement

You may also be interested in Vehicle Registration Details In India

Documents Required For Temporary Registration:

  • Address proof (Aadhaar Card/PAN Card/Ration Card/Electricity Bill)
  • Certificate of Pollution Under Control (PUC)
  • Copy of design approval of STA in case Semi Trailer or Trailer
  • Customs Clearance Certificate for Imported Vehicles
  • Form 21- Sales Certificate
  • Form 22- Road worthiness certificate from the manufacturer of the vehicle (Form 22A)
  • In case of Ex-Army Vehicle- Original Sales Certificate from the Authorities in Form 21
  • Insurance document of the vehicle
  • Tax to be paid as per the schedule of Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Taxation Act

*As per the Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, the fee for temporary vehicle registration and its extension would be Rs.50 unless exempted.

Documents Required For Permanent Registration of The Vehicle:

For the registration of a motor vehicle, an application has to be made in Form 20 to the Registering Authority. The application must be made within 7 days after the vehicle is delivered. The following documents are to be submitted along with the application.

  • Address proof (Aadhaar Card/PAN Card/Ration Card/Electricity Bill)
  • Certificate of Pollution Under Control (PUC)
  • Copy of design approval of STA in case Semi Trailer or Trailer
  • Customs Clearance Certificate for Imported Vehicles
  • Form 21- Sales Certificate
  • Form 22- Road worthiness certificate from the manufacturer of the vehicle (Form 22A)
  • Insurance document of the vehicle
  • Tax to be paid as per the schedule of Madhya Pradesh Motor Vehicles Taxation Act
  • Applicable fee as specified under CMV Rules, 1989

Allotment of Vehicle Registration Number:

After the application for vehicle registration is submitted, the Registering Authority will allot the registration mark as per Rule 80. The number shall be assigned in the serial order based on the last assigned registration number.

Allotment of Fancy/VIP Vehicle Registration Number

If you wish to get a fancy vehicle number of your choice, the special registration mark will be assigned by the Registering authority to the owner of the vehicle based on numbers reserved for choice through an auction. The person making the highest bid will be allotted the registration mark after making the necessary payments.

However, if someone already holding a number wishes to retain the same number for a new vehicle, they will be liable to pay only half of the fee determined for that number. The Registration Authority may assign may assign unutilised special numbers to state government vehicles without any additional fee.

RC Renewal In MP:

For the renewal Registration Certificate (RC), an application has to be made in Form 25 not within 60 days before the RC is to expire. The applicable fee as per Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, also needs to be paid to the Registering Authority where the vehicle is registered. Here is the list of documents required for the same:

  • Original Certificate of Registration
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate.
  • Insurance Certificate of the vehicle
  • Photocopy of Registration Certificate

Issue of Duplicate Copy Of Registration In MP:

For the issue of duplicate RC, an application has to be made in Form 26. In case of Hire/ Finance/Lease/Purchase, the application (Form 26) should be attested by the Financier. The fee shall be paid towards the Registering Authority as specified under Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989. Here are the documents to be submitted along with the application:

  • Copy of Police FIR in case of loss of Registration Certificate
  • Original Registration Certificate (If damaged).

Transfer of Vehicle Ownership

To transfer the Registration certificate of your vehicle to another person, an application has to be made in Form 29 and Form 30 (If the vehicle is purchased on finance with the signatures of the financer). The fee for the same has to be paid in accordance with the Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989. Following are the list of documents to be submitted along with the application:

  • Registration Certificate
  • Insurance Certificate
  • No Objection Certificate (in case of vehicle registered in another state)
  • No Objection Certificate from Financier (if the vehicle has been purchased through finance)
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate
  • Residence proof
  • Affidavit for sale/purchase of the vehicle from the seller/purchaser

How To Avail A No Objection Certificate:

The application for NOC has to be made in Form 28 (along with three copies) to the Registration Authority where the vehicle is originally registered.

  • Certificate of Registration
  • Proof of Address.

Registration For Private vehicles (Non Transport vehicles):

Registration certificate can be obtained by the dealer at the time of vehicle purchase. Your vehicle will be registered by dealer through Online Dealer Point Registration Process. The applicable fee and tax can be paid online and registration number can be obtained immediately. The dealer will submit your documents to the RTO and you will be sent a smart RC card via post after the approval. The documents mentioned below are to be submitted to the dealer:

  • Duly filled up Form 20 [Imprint of engine number and chassis number to be taken on this form).
  • Sale certificate (Form 21) issued by the dealer
  • Road worthiness certificate (Form 22) provided by the manufacturer of the vehicle
  • Attested copy of insurance policy of the vehicle
  • Attested copy of address proof
  • Form 34 with signatures of the vehicle owner and the financer
  • Applicable One time road tax
  • Registration fee
  • PAN Card or Form 60 & 61 (as applicable)
  • Invoice from the manufacturer or dealer

Validity And Effectiveness of Vehicle Registration:

The Registration certificate is valid across India. It is issued for a period of 15 years for private vehicles and 2 years for transport vehicles after which the vehicle owner must obtain the fitness certificate every year from the registering authority.

Madhya Pradesh(MP) RTO Locations and RTO Codes

MP RTO LOCATIONS RTO CODE MP RTO LOCATIONS RTO CODE
Madhya Pradesh MP01 Sheopur MP31
Madhya Pradesh MP02 Datia MP32
Madhya Pradesh MP03 Shivpuri MP33
Bhopal MP04 Damoh MP34
Hoshangabad MP05 Panna MP35
Morena MP06 Tikamgarh MP36
Gwalior MP07 Sehore MP37
Guna MP08 Raisen MP38
Indore MP09 Rajgarh MP39
Khargone MP10 Vidisha MP40
Dhar MP11 Dewas MP41
Khandwa MP12 Shajapur MP42
Ujjain MP13 Ratlam MP43
Mandsaur MP14 Neemuch MP44
Sagar MP15 Jhabua MP45
Chhatarpur MP16 Barwani MP46
Rewa MP17 Harda MP47
Shahdol MP18 Betul MP48
Satna MP19 Narsinghpur MP49
Jabalpur MP20 Balaghat MP50
Katni MP21 Mandla MP51
Seoni MP22 Dindori MP52
Raipur MP23 Sidhi MP53
Durg MP24 Umaria MP54
Jagdalpur MP25 Anuppur MP65
Bilaspur MP26 Singrauli MP66
Ambikapur MP27 Ashoknagar MP67
Chhindwara MP28 Burhanpur MP68
Rajnandgaon MP29 Alirajpur MP69
Bhind MP30 Agar MP70

MP Transport FAQ's:

  1. Is vehicle registration compulsory in Madhya Pradesh?

    Getting a vehicle registered is absolutely mandatory in the whole of India. Chapter IV of the Indian Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, prohibits the use of any unregistered vehicle in any public place in India. Driving an unregistered vehicle therefore is a criminal offence.

  2. Do I need to re-register my vehicle if I wish to use the same in another state for a few months?

    Vehicle owners can use their registered vehicles in any other state for a period of up to 12 months without any hassle. Post this period, they must get their vehicle re-registered in the state they are using their vehicle in. For instance, if your vehicle is registered in Madhya Pradesh and you move to Maharashtra for a temporary project, you can use your vehicle in Maharashtra for up to 12 months without re-registering your vehicle in the state.

  3. How to apply for a fancy vehicle number in Madhya Pradesh?

    To bring transparency in the way VIP registration numbers were allocated traditionally, the Madhya Pradesh government has adopted an online system to allocate fancy vehicle numbers to interested applicants by way of auction. The interested vehicle owners must register themselves for the auction and bid for the fancy number they are interested in. The special/premium registration numbers available for auction can also be checked out on the e-auction portal.

  4. When should I renew the vehicle RC for my two-wheeler?

    According to the rules formed under the Central Motor Vehicles Act, a vehicle Registration Certificate (RC) for a two-wheeler should be renewed after 15 years from the original registration of the vehicle. Post which, the RC should be renewed every 5 years. At the time of renewal, there is a list of documents to be submitted to the registering authority who will issue a renewed RC after verification of documents and inspection of the vehicle. The vehicle must be physically produced at the RTO for inspection of roadworthiness of the vehicle.

    It should also be noted that an application for RC renewal should be made not before 60 days of the date of expiry of vehicle RC as per rule 81 of the CMV Rules, 1989.

  5. What is the minimum age limit to obtain a driving license in Madhya Pradesh?

    The minimum age to apply for a learner’s driving license in India is 16 years. The application for the same can be made along with a written consent from the parent/guardian. The person holding a learner’s driving license is eligible to drive a gearless two-wheeler. To obtain driving license for a geared two-wheeler or car, a person should be a minimum of 18 years old.

  6. Is it compulsory to insure a two-wheeler in Madhya Pradesh?

    Yes, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India makes it mandatory for all vehicles to have a minimum of a third-party insurance cover. However, a third-party liability insurance policy only covers the insured against legal and financial liabilities arising out of damage or loss caused to a third person or their properties. This is why it is better to opt for a comprehensive two-wheeler insurance policy that provides you with a greater scope of protection against a variety of mishaps involving your vehicle.

  7. How can I get the vehicle registration related forms?

    All forms related to vehicle registration and related applications can be downloaded online or can be obtained from the concerned RTOs. For many services, applications can be made online as well.

  8. When must I report an accident to the police?

    Incidents that resulted in third party property damage, bodily injury to self, bodily injury or death of third party and theft must be reported to the nearest police station and an FIR generated. This document will be crucial in the ensuing claim process.

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