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    State Road Tax for New Car Registration Charges in Indian States. Car Registration Road Tax Slabs RTO charge road tax based on the ex-showroom price (plus discount - if any) on the invoice of the new vehicle. The tax slab is applied on ex-showroom price plus discount (if any) to calculate tax on new car. State Road Tax for New Car Registration Charges in Indian States. List by www.RTOseva4U.com Delhi - Individual Registration Price upto ₹ 6 lakhs ( Petrol 4%, Diesel 5% ) Price between ₹ 6 lakhs - ₹ 10 lakhs ( Petrol 7%, Diesel 8.75% ) Price above ₹ 10 lakhs ( Petrol 10%, Diesel 12.5% ) Delhi - Company Registration (Firm - Proprietorship / Partnership / Pvt Ltd / Ltd etc.) Price upto ₹ 6 lakhs ( Petrol 5%, Diesel 6.25% ) Price between ₹ 6 lakhs - ₹ 10 lakhs ( Petrol 8.75%, Diesel 10.94% ) Price above ₹ 10 lakhs ( Petrol 12.5%, Diesel 15.63% ) Plus MCD parking charges of ₹ 2000 for priced under ₹ 4 lakhs and ₹ 4000 for rest of the . . U.P. (Uttar Pradesh) (Lucknow, Ghaziabad, Noida, Kanpur, Meerut, Agra & other cities) Price upto 10 ₹ lakhs - 8 %, rest all 10% Road Tax. (Not dependent on fuel type) Additional temporary charges of ₹ 1500 Haryana - as on 2015 (Hisar, Faridabad, Gurgaon & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) Price upto ₹ 6 lakhs - 5% Price between ₹ 6 lakhs - ₹ 20 lakhs - 8% Price above ₹ 20 lakhs - 10% Maharastra - as on 2018 (Mumbai, Thane, Aurangabad, Pune, Nagpur, Navi Mumbai & other cities) Price upto ₹ 10 lakhs ( CNG 7%, Petrol 11%, Diesel 13% ) Price between ₹ 10 lakhs - ₹ 20 lakhs ( Petrol 12%, Diesel 14% ) Price above ₹ 20 lakhs ( Petrol 13%, Diesel 15% ) Additional 2 % of the Road tax is applicable on all the cars as Road Safety Tax. If car bought in Company Name or bought by any Ltd or Pvt Ltd company, RTO Slabs would be double the slabs above. Andhra & Telangana (Hyderabad, Amaravathi & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) Price upto ₹ 10 lakhs - 12% Price above ₹ 10 lakhs - 14% Additional 2% RTO Tax, if buying 2nd car (additional car) in same name. Kerala (Calicut, Cochin, Trivandrum, Thrissur & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) Price upto ₹ 5 lakhs - 6% Price between ₹ 5 lakhs - ₹ 10 lakhs - 8% Price between ₹ 10 lakhs - ₹ 15 lakhs - 10% Price between ₹ 15 lakhs - ₹ 20 lakhs - 15% Price above ₹ 20 lakhs - 20% Karnataka (Bangalore, Mysore & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) Price upto ₹ 5 lakhs - 13% Price between ₹ 5 lakhs - ₹ 10 lakhs - 14% Price between ₹ 10 lakhs - ₹ 20 lakhs - 17% Price above ₹ 20 lakhs - 18% Goa (Panaji & Other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) Price upto ₹ 6 lakhs - 9% Price between ₹ 6 lakhs - ₹ 10 lakhs - 11% Price greater than ₹ 10 lakhs - 12% Additional infrastructure cess applicable on cars priced above ₹ 10 lakhs. Price between ₹ 10 lakhs - ₹ 20 lakhs - ₹ 12, 000 Price between ₹ 20 lakhs - ₹ 40 lakhs - ₹ 40, 000 Price between ₹ 40 lakhs - ₹ 60 lakhs - ₹ 75, 000 Price above ₹ 60 lakhs - ₹ 1, 00, 000 . Tamil Nadu (Chennai, Combatore, Madurai & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) Price upto ₹ 10 lakhs - 10% Price above ₹ 10 lakhs - 15% West Bengal (One Time Tax for 5 years) (Kolkata, Hubli & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) 5.5% or ₹ 17500 in 800 cc cars - whichever higher 5.5% or ₹ 25000 in between 800 cc to 1490 cc cars - whichever higher 5.5% or ₹ 35000 in between 1490 cc to 1999 cc cars - whichever higher 5.5% or ₹ 45000 in above 2000 cc cars - whichever higher West Bengal (Life Time Tax for 15 years) (Kolkata, Hubli & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type) 10% or ₹ 40000 in 800 cc cars - whichever higher 10% or ₹ 55000 in between 800 cc to 1490 cc cars - whichever higher 10% or ₹ 80000 in between 1490 cc to 1999 cc cars - whichever higher 10% or ₹ 1 lakh in above 2000 cc cars - whichever higher Chandigarh (Not dependent on fuel type) Price upto ₹ 20 lakhs - 6% Price above ₹ 20 lakhs - 8% Punjab (Amritsar, Ludhiyana, Patiyala, & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type & price) Flat 8% of ex-showroom price of car. Gujarat (Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type & price) Flat 6% for Individual owner. Flat 12% for company owned cars. 2 times (double) tax for completely knock down (CKD) imported cars Rajasthan (Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bhilwara, Kota, Alwar, Bikaner, Ajmer & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type & price) Between 7% - 9% (for Petrol cars) Between 10% - 11% (for Diesel cars) Bihar ( Patna, Gaya & other cities ) (Not dependent on fuel type & price) Price upto ₹ 8 lakhs - 7% Price above ₹ 8 lakhs - 13% Uttarakhand (Dehradun, Rishikesh & other cities ) (Not dependent on fuel type ) Price upto ₹ 10 lakhs - 6% Price above ₹ 10 lakhs - 8% Himachal Pradesh (Shimla, Solan & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type & price) 2.5% for cars upto 1000 cc 3.0% for cars above 1000 cc Pondicherry (Puducherry) (Not dependent on fuel type ) Price upto ₹ 5 lakhs - ₹ 8000 Price between ₹ 5 lakhs - ₹ 8 lakhs - ₹ 11000 Price between ₹ 8 lakhs - ₹ 15 lakhs - ₹ 15000 Price between ₹ 15 lakhs - ₹ 20 lakhs - ₹ 60000 Price between ₹ 20 lakhs - ₹ 30 lakhs - ₹ 1.1 lakh Price above ₹ 30 lakhs - ₹ 1.25 lakhs Madhya Pradesh (MP)- (Bhopal, Indore & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type ) 7% flat at ex-showroom price of car
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    Now, Centre to link driving licence withAadhaar to weed out fake ones The Centre is in the process of linking driving licences with Aadhaar Number to weed out fake licences and a software for this covering all states on a real-time basis is under preparation, the Supreme Court was told on Wednesday. A bench comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta was informed about it by a court-appointed committee on road safety headed by former Supreme Court Judge Justice K S Radhakrishnan. This assumes significance as a five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra is currently hearing a clutch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar scheme and the enabling 2016 law. The committee, in its report filed in the top court, said it had held a meeting on November 28 last year with the joint secretary of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) to discuss several issues, including procurement of fake licences and how to eliminate it. "On the issue of fake licences, joint secretary, MoRTH informed that NIC (national informatics centre) is now preparing 'Sarthi-4' under which all the licences would be linked to Aadhaar, " the report said. "This software will cover all the states on real-time basis and it will not be possible for anyone to get a duplicate or fake licence anywhere in the country, " it said. The advocate representing the committee told the bench that the panel was scheduled to have a meeting with the MoRTH and other authorities concerned on February 22-23 to discuss compliance of directions given by the apex court earlier. Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand, appearing for the ministry, told the bench that fatalities in road accidents in India have gone down by around three percent in 2017 as compared to 2016. The bench said it was "heartening to know" that number of fatalities and injuries in road accidents have come down. In its report, the committee said it had asked states and union territories (UTs) to forward road accident data for entire 2017. "The committee has since received data from all the states/UTs, except Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram and Daman and Diu which indicates that in the states/UTs which have submitted data, there has been a reduction of 4, 558 fatalities (i.e. 3.0 per cent) and 24, 023 injuries (i.e. 5.0 per cent) in 2017 as compared to 2016, " the report said. The committee told the court that through its November 24 last year letter, it had asked all the states to set up a road safety fund which would be non-lapsable and to have a steady flow of funds by the diversion of "significant" portion of fines collected from traffic violations. It said some states have already set up road safety fund and the committee was pursuing the issue with remaining states in order to ensure full compliance of the apex court's order which had said that the fund should be established by March 31, 2018. The report said at the November 28 last year meeting, it was discussed that since driving licences were now in the form of a smart card, its punching in cases of default was likely to damage the data stored in it. "Joint Secretary MoRTH pointed out that presently NIC is in the process of developing central computerised data base and all the states would be covered under the same. "This data base is likely to be effective from October 1, 2018, " it said, adding, that all the offences committed by the driver would be recorded in this data base and there would be no necessity for punching of driving licences. The committee further said that 20-25 per cent fatalities on roads occur due to non-existence of pedestrian facilities, like footpaths, over-head passes, and under-passes and so it has asked the states to provide pedestrian facilities in accordance with the Indian Road Congress (IRC) guidelines. The court, while posting the matter for hearing on April 23, said that the committee should ensure compliance of its directions given earlier. The apex court had in November last year issued a slew of directions on road safety and asked all states and UTs to set up a trauma centre in each district of the country and make safety norms part of school curriculum. It had also directed that road safety education and counselling be made a part of school curriculum by the state boards by April 1, 2018, and at least one trauma care centre be set up in every district with an ambulance. The court had issued its directions on a PIL raising the issue of road safety in the country. SOURCE: BUSINESS STANDARD | 8 FEB 2018, 4:41 AM
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    New RTO list of Rajasthan State राजस्थान की न्यू आर टी ओ लिस्ट RJ-01 Ajmer RJ-02 Alwar RJ-03 Banswara RJ-04 Barmer RJ-05 Bharatpur RJ-06 Bhilwara RJ-07 Bikaner RJ-08 Bundi RJ-09 Chittaurgarh RJ-10 Churu RJ-11 Dholpur RJ-12 Dungarpur RJ-13 Sri Ganganagar RJ-14 Jaipur South RJ-15 Jaisalmer RJ-16 Jalore RJ-17 Jhalawar RJ-18 Jhunjhunu RJ-19 Jodhpur RJ-20 Kota RJ-21 Nagaur RJ-22 Pali RJ-23 Sikar RJ-24 Sirohi RJ-25 Sawai Madhopur RJ-26 Tonk RJ-27 Udaipur RJ-28 Baran RJ-29 Dausa RJ-30 Rajsamand RJ-31 Hanumangarh RJ-32 Kotputli (Jaipur) RJ-33 Ramganj Mandi (Kota) RJ-34 Karauli RJ-35 Pratapgarh RJ-36 Beawar (Ajmer) RJ-37 Didwana (Nagaur) RJ-38 Abu Road (Sirohi) RJ-39 Balotra (Barmer) RJ-40 Bhiwadi (Alwar) RJ-41 Chomu (Jaipur) RJ-42 Kishangarh (Ajmer) RJ-43 Phalodi (Jodhpur) RJ-44 Sujangarh (Churu) RJ-45 Jaipur North RJ-46 Bhinmal (Jalore) RJ-47 Dudu (Jaipur) RJ-48 Kekri (Ajmer) RJ-49 Nohar (Hanumangrah) RJ-50 Nokha (Bikaner) RJ-51 Shahpura (Bhilwara) RJ-52 Shahpura (Jaipur) A useful information.... When you are moving to any of the place in Rajasthan, you have to get an NOC in favour of destination RTO, from source /current RTO for all the vehicles you want to shift. (Cars , bike, etc.) NOC: It's abbreviation of "No Objection Certificate". Now a days it is also called as "Clearance Certificate (CC)" NOC/ CC : This document is one of the main prerequisite for transfer of any vehicle from one RTO jurisdiction to another, irrespective if it is intra or inter state transfer. For more info visit us at http://rtoseva4u.com/New-RTO-list-of-Rajasthan-State-RJ-01-Ajmer-RJ-02-Alwar-RJ-03-Banswara-RJ-04-Barmer-RJ-05-Bharatpur-RJ-06-Bhilwara-RJ-07/b31
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    RTO Agent / RTO Consultant  – RTO Mumbai ( Maharastra) RTOseva4U.com provides RTO consultancy services in and around mumbai for car, bike... for that matter all two wheelers and 4 wheelers . RTOseva has expert team of RTO consultants who advice and guide you in all RTO related matters. Our team is a unique one and only professional team handling all gamuts of RTO services. RTO consultancy services are available in the jursidiction of all RTOs of  Mumbai  such as Andheri RTO, Wadala RTO, Tardeo RTO, Borivali RTO, Thane RTO, Vashi RTO, Panvel RTO, Kalyan RTO, PEN RTO, Vasai Virar RTO etc. RTO consultancy services includes : 1. Driving License (New and renewal both) 2. International driving permit / license ( IDP) 3. Ownership Transfer 4. Change of address 5. RTO NOC ( No Objection Certificate / CC ) 6. Hypothecation (HP) Removal / Deletion / Termination / Endorsement 7. Duplicate RC 8. Duplicate license 9. New registration of vehicle 10. Re-registration of vehicle 11. Registration cancellation ( Vehicle Scrap process ) 12. Inter state NOC and transfer. 13. Road Tax Payment 14. White to Yellow Plate conversion ( Private car to commercial / taxi conversion ) 15. Yellow to white Plate conversion. ( Taxi / commercial car conversion to private name and number) RTO in Mumbai has eight Regional Transport  Offices : 1. TARDEO RTO (RTO MUMBAI CENTRAL) (MH 01)     Regional Transport Office     Old bodyguard lane, Tulsiwadi, Tardeo,     Mumbai – 400 034 2. ANDHERI RTO (RTO MUMBAI WEST) (MH 02)     Regional Transport Office     111-D, Ambivali village, New manish nagar, Versova road, Mumbai- 400 053. 3. WADALA RTO ( RTO MUMBAI EAST) (MH 03)     Regional Transport Office     B-2, 3rd floor, Wadala truck terminals, Wadala, Mumbai -400037. 4. THANE RTO (MH 04)     Regional Transport Office     Opp.Central Jail, Thane – 400 601. 5. KALYAN RTO (MH 05)     Dy. Regional Transport Office     Sahyadri Nagar , Chikanghar, Nr. Birla School, Kalyan(W) Dist. -Thane , Pin.421301 6.  VASHI RTO – NAVI MUMBAI (MH 43)     Dy. Regional Transport Office     T Block, Sector 19B APMC Market     Vashi. New Mumbai – 400705 7. VASAI VIRAR RTO (MH 48)     Dy. Regional Transport Office     At. Post Chandansar, Virar (E), Tal -Vasai,     Dist -Thane – 401 303. 8. PANVEL RTO (MH 46)      Regional Transport Office     Central Facility Bldg, Steel Market, Kalamboli,     Tal -Panvel, Dist -Raigad, Pin – 410 218
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    How Much You Can Earn If You Share Your Car with Ola Or Uber? Do you have a car lying idle? Or Are you planning to buy a new car? If so, you could share your car with Ola or Uber's taxi service. It's a darned good business idea, in our opinion if given a quality attention. All the more of a great deal, if you plan on driving the taxi by yourself. Savings are enormous. Do you want to know how much you can earn in a month if you register your car with Ola or Uber? Read on !!!!!!!! Earn Excellent Profits Every Month! Consider you're making only 8 to 10 trips a day, not more - about 12 hours. You can easily profit at least Rs. 15, 000 a month. We're talking profits here, not earnings deducting all expenses including EMIs for loan and driver's remuneration. If you drive a diesel vehicle, and drive your car yourself, you can earn greater profits. That literally takes care of you and your family. Now consider turning this opportunity into a full-fledged business. You could invest in more Maruti / Tata / Hyundai cars. You'll be leveraging the additional discount each time, and profiting nicely with your Ola or Uber registered taxis. Buy A New Car For Taxi Registration And Get Additional Discount! If you're planning to buy a new car with the idea of sharing it with Ola or Uber, here's some great news for you! All major car manufacturers are offering a terrific additional discount on its range of cars, if you're buying a new car to share with Uber / Ola. This offer comes to you as a result of a tie-up between Uber, Ola and these manufacturers. So how do you benefit from this additional discount? All you have to do is to submit your car booking receipt at the taxi office (Ola or Uber) to claim the additional discount. Isn't that cool? Here's How You Register Your Car With Ola Or Uber! So now if you've decided to go ahead and register your car as an Ola or Uber taxi, follow these steps and become an Ola or Uber taxi associate!  1. If you already have a car, go right ahead. Or book a new car. You already know that you can get an additional discount if you buy a car for taxi registration.  2. If you are going to drive the taxi on your own, obtain a commercial driving license for it from the RTO, commonly known as TR license. If you're hiring a driver, make sure he or she has a commercial license.  3. Submit copies of the following documents at your nearest regional office for either Ola or Uber. ➤ RC Book ➤ Car Fitness Certificate ➤ T-permit and authorisation ➤ Insurance ➤ Tax receipt ➤ Driver's TR license ➤ Driver's residence and ID proof ➤ Driver's Aadhaar card copy 4. After the taxi company has inspected your documents and your vehicle, they'll guide you with regard to taxi registration guidelines.  5. Be sure to open a new Current Bank Account and submit the bank details to the taxi company Beware of middlemen, agents and touts, if imperative take guidance of professional consultants who understands transport domain and it's statutory compliances.
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