TS Transport and Vehicle Registration Process in Telangana

In order to permanently register a two-wheeler in Telangana, the vehicle owner should submit an application to the registering authority. The documents required for the same are as follows:

Documents Required For Vehicle Registration In Ts
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  • Photocopy of sales certificate in Form 21
  • Road-worthiness certificate
  • Insurance certificate
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate
  • Address proof
  • Original sales certificate
  • Customs clearance certificate for imported vehicles

The road tax and registration fees should be paid by the vehicle owner separately.

The Telangana Transport Department functions as per the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 (provisions of section 213). The department ensures that the transport laws and regulations are implemented and enforced as per the provisions of the Telangana Motor Vehicles Taxation Act and the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988. Collection of fees and taxes, issuance of Registration Certificate (RC), Driving Licences, Fitness Certificate to Transport Vehicles, and the enforcement of rules under Motor Vehicles Act comes under the purview of Telangana Transport Department. It also works towards road safety, pollution control, and ensures that the traffic rules are followed by each citizen.

1. TSTransport 2. Permanent Registration of Vehicle 3. Issue of Duplicate Certificate 4. NOC 5. TS RTO

TSTransport And Vehicle Registration Process

The Motor Vehicles Act restricts any person to drive an unregistered vehicle in a public place. Violation of the rule could amount to penalties as per the Act.

Temporary TS Vehicle Registration Process

To register a vehicle temporarily, the applicant must submit their application in Form 20 as stated in the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989. The form should be marked as ‘Temporary’ and submitted to the dealer of the new vehicle or the Registration Authority. The details from particulars 23 to 32 are to be compulsorily entered unless it’s a transport vehicle.

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Extension of Temporary Registration

A temporary registration is valid for a limited period. However, its validity can be extended by submitting an application to the Registering authority. Following are the list of documents to be submitted:

  • Photocopy of Sales certificate - Form 21
  • Road worthiness certificate copy (in Form 22) from the vehicle manufacturer
  • Copy of Insurance certificate
  • PUC (Pollution Under Control) Certificate
  • Address proof (Aadhaar card, copy of Ration Card, phone bill, Electricity Bill, any other utility bill)
  • Design approval copy of STA (for Trailar or Semi Trailar)
  • Original Sales Certificate copy from concerned Authorities in Form 21 (In case of an ex-army vehicle
  • Customs Clearance Certificate (In case of Imported Vehicles)
  • Fee to be paid for temporary registration of the vehicle or validity extension
  • Tax payment to be made

Permanent Registration of Vehicle In Telangana

For permanent registration certificate of two-wheeler/vehicle, an application has be made in Form 20 to the Registering Authority. The application must be made within 7 days from the date after the vehicle is delivered by the dealer/manufacturer. The following is the list of necessary documents:

  • Photocopy of Sales certificate - Form 21
  • Road worthiness certificate copy (in Form 22) from the vehicle manufacturer
  • Copy of Insurance certificate
  • PUC (Pollution Under Control) Certificate
  • Address proof (Aadhaar card, copy of Ration Card, phone bill, Electricity Bill, any other utility bill)
  • Design approval copy of STA (for Trailar or Semi Trailar)
  • Original Sales Certificate copy from concerned Authorities in Form 21 (In case of an ex-army vehicle
  • Customs Clearance Certificate (In case of Imported Vehicles)
  • Fee to be paid for temporary registration of the vehicle or validity extension
  • Tax payment to be made
Telangana Transport and Vehicle Registration Details
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Issue of Duplicate Certificate of Registration

An application for duplicate Registration Certificate (RC) can be made in Form 26 if is stolen, misplaced or lost. If the vehicle is covered by a financing agency/bank, the application form must be attested by the financer too. The form has to filled and submitted to the registering authority along with below-mentioned documents:

  • Copy of police FIR
  • PUC (Pollution Under Control) Certificate

Change of Residence

In case you wish to record a change in the residential address in the RC, an application has to be made to the RTO by the owner of the vehicle in Form 33. Following documents are to be submitted along with the application:

  • Registration Certificate (RC)
  • New Address Proof

Allotment of New Registration Mark In Case of Vehicle Transfer To Another State

If the vehicle is moved to another state in India, it has to be re-registered in the state where it has been moved to as per Section 47 of the Motor Vehicles Act. The application for re- registration and to obtain a new vehicle number is to be made in Form 27 along with a No Objection Certificate (NOC) obtained from the RTO where the vehicle was previously registered. A vehicle can be used in any other state without re-registration for a maximum period of 12 months. Following is the list of documents required for the same:

  • Registration Certificate of the vehicle
  • Residence Proof of the applicant
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC) obtained from the RTO where the vehicle was previously registered
  • Insurance document of the vehicle
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate
  • Tax Payment

Issue of No Objection Certificate (NOC)

An application for No Objection Certificate (NOC) can be made in Form 28 (3 copies) to the RTO/Registering Authority where the vehicle is registered currently. Following documents are to be submitted along with the application:

  • Registration Certificate (RC) of the vehicle
  • Insurance Certificate of the vehicle
  • Receipt of Payment of Motor Vehicle Tax
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate

Telangana RTO Locations and RTO Codes

TSRTO Locations RTO CODE TSRTO LOCATIONS RTO CODE
Adilabad district TS-01 Mancherial district TS-19
Karimnagar district TS-02 Kumaram Bheem Asifabad district TS-20
Warangal Urban district TS-03 Jagtial district TS-21
Khammam district TS-04 Peddapalli district TS-22
Nalgonda district TS-05 Sircilla district TS-23
Mahbubnagar district TS-06 Warangal (rural) district TS-24
Ranga Reddy TS-07 Jayashankar Bhupalpally district TS-25
Medchal-Malkajgiri District TS-08 Mahabubabad district TS-26
Hyderabad Central TS-09 Jangaon district TS-27
Hyderabad North TS-10 Bhadradri Kothagudem district TS-28
Hyderabad East TS-11 Suryapet district TS-29
Hyderabad South TS-12 Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district TS-30
Hyderabad West TS-13 Nagarkurnool district TS-31
Reserved for Hyderabad TS-14 Wanaparthy district TS-32
Sangareddy district TS-15 Jogulamba Gadwal district TS-33
Nizamabad district TS-16 Vikarabad district TS-34
Kamareddy district TS-17 Medak district TS-35
Nirmal district TS-18 Siddipet district TS-36

TS Transport and Vehicle Registration Process FAQ's

  1. Is it compulsory for two-wheeler owners to register their vehicles in Telangana?

    Vehicle registration is mandatory in India to essentially prove the ownership of the vehicle. The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 clearly states that no vehicle owner should drive or allow to drive a vehicle in any public place in the country without a valid vehicle registration certificate. The registration mark of the vehicle should also be clearly displayed on the front and rear of the vehicle. Violation of the law is a punishable offence.

  2. Should I re-register my vehicle if use the same outside Telangana?

    A vehicle registered in one state can be used in any other state for a maximum period of 1 year. Post this period, the owner of the vehicle must obtain an NOC from the registering authority where their vehicle is currently registered and apply for re-registration in the jurisdiction of the RTO/DTO where they are planning to use the vehicle.

  3. How can I apply for a fancy two-wheeler registration number in Telangana?

    To apply for a VIP registration mark in Telangana, you can make an application in Form RRMA to the concerned RTO/DTO. Due to the increased number of applicants for fancy number registration in the state, VIP registration marks are allocated through a public auction where each applicant gets a fair chance. Before the auction, the list of available fancy registration marks are displayed at the head office of Telangana Transport Department. Applicants are required to register themselves for the auction by paying the registration fee (in Demand Draft) for the specific number they wish to bid for. The registration number is then allocated to the applicant who makes the highest bid. More information on reservation of fancy vehicle numbers in Telangana can be obtained from the official Telangana Transport website.

  4. How long is a two-wheeler Registration Certificate is valid? When should I renew the same?

    The validity of a two-wheeler registration stays for 15 years from the date of first registration. After the completion of this period, a vehicle RC must be renewed with the registering authority it is currently registered with. For the renewal of the RC, a vehicle owner must produce the vehicle at the RTO/DTO for the inspection of its roadworthiness. After verification of vehicle documents and vehicle inspection the registering authority will issue a renewed RC. After the first renewal, the RC must be renewed every 5 years in the same way. One must also keep in mind to apply for RC renewal before 60 days of the expiry date of the original RC of the vehicle.

  5. What is the criteria to apply for a two-wheeler driving licence in Telangana?

    The minimum age to apply for a learning licence in India is 16 years. The applicant is required to submit their parent’s consent along with the application for a learning licence. The same allows a person to ride a non-geared two-wheeler in India. The minimum age limit to apply for a driving license for a geared two-wheeler or four-wheeler in India is 18 years.

  6. Is two-wheeler insurance compulsory in Telangana? What if I do not have one?

    According to section 146 of the Indian Motor Vehicle Act, a third-party liability policy is the minimum form of motor insurance enforced by the law. Whether a person uses their vehicle for personal, social, entertainment, or business purpose, they must get their vehicles insured. The driver of the vehicle is required to carry the vehicle insurance certificate at all times and he/she must produce the same if asked by the concerned officer of law.

    A third-party liability insurance policy protects the insured against financial or legal liabilities that arise due to death, bodily injury, or damage caused to a third person or their properties. Due to its limited coverage, it is recommended to opt for a comprehensive two-wheeler insurance policy that offers a greater scope of protection and provides coverage for a variety of incidents that cause damage or loss to you or your vehicle.

  7. From where can I get the forms related to vehicle registration process in Telangana?

    All application forms related to vehicle registration and other transport-related services offered by the Telangana Transport Department can be downloaded online or obtained from any of the RTO/DTO.

  8. How can I reach out to Telangana Transport customer care for any queries?

    The DTO/RTO-wise contact information can be found in the official Telangana Transport Department website.

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