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How one can check availability of FANCY NUMBERS for new vehicle registration.MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS, Government of India, have made a single window portal, Parivahan, where all available choose number in any specific RTO can be accessed by general public.The Applicants will have to create their Login through public Login link for Reserving of Registration Mark of Choice/Fancy Number or they can check the available numbers online and book them in the nearest relevant Regional Transport Office.Below is the link:https://parivahan.gov.in/fancy/faces/public/checkfancynumberavailability.xhtmlHow to use it....1. Click on the above link, you will landed directly on fancy / choice number page.2. ---Select State--- from the combo box3. ---Select RTO--- from the combo box4. AVAILABLE FANCY NUMBERS REPORT is generated. Visible to all.5. It shows available fancy numbers from the current series for allocation with a approx price. This price may vary when you actually go for booking.Please make sure you choose correct class of your vehicle.Also note, Single digit numbers, numbers like 111, 222, 786, 4141, 8005, numbers with total 9 or 7, or numbers which are in very high demand, department keeps an auction for all such numbers.Who ever is the highest bidder will be awarded that number. One has to register for participating in any such auction.We as a Professional RTO Consultanting Company guides general public and corporates to get their wished choice numbers for their pride possessions.
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Parivahan.gov.in portal is meant to be a common platform from where various online services provided to citizens, it is in development and implementation phase. For the moment, its services are being started for online tax payment of vehicles in some states including Maharashtra, after it's successful trial implementation in Uttar Pradesh. Prerequisite is digital records of RC of vehicle should be available with RTO. If it's not yet digitized, one can't pay tax online, they will have to go conventional manual way in respective office or get the RC and vehicle details digitized.Now, owners who have digital records can log on to the portal from any internet access point, and deposit their due taxes through net banking facility. This system will save them the trouble of physically coming to the transport office, RTO, while the department will be able to collect their taxes in a cashless and seamless way.Once the user logs on to the system and provides the required information about the vehicle, the software calculates and displays the tax amount payable. If the user accepts to make the payment, the portal redirects him to selected bank’s Internet Banking Site. The user then makes the payment from his bank account through secure Internet Banking. Once the transaction is complete, the software generates a detailed receipt, which can be printed by the user for his records.For checking the authenticity of receipt, the transport department officials will be able to cross-check the payment details by logging on to the portal using this web-based software. They can also view / print various reports which will be generated for officials of the transport department.That it, done... You have paid the tax.Easy, fast RTO seva, Tax payment done online.
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MIM neta held for trying to sell stolen vehiclesBhiwandi:A corporator from the AIMIM party in the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation was arrested by the Bhiwandi crime unit of Thane police on Saturday for his alleged role in an inter-state theft of 34 trucks and dumpers. Jaafar Shaikh Akhtar has been accused of bringing clients to purchase these stolen vehicles. TOI had reported the theft case in its edition dated April 21.So far, 13 people have been arrested and 21 vehicles seized. The gang did everything from stealing trucks and dumpers to tampering with their chassis numbers to selling them by using forged documents and then registering them anew.The role of Akhtar, an Aurangabad resident, emerged during the probe when the police found that brought clients for the vehicles.The crime branch last month had also arrested a RTO clerk, two agents and their seven associates.The gang forged vehicle registration documents and obtained no-objection certificates from the RTO in Buldhana. The vehicles were subsequently registered at the RTO in Nandurbar.Crime branch sources said that while investigating a vehicle theft case that had been registered at Narpoli police station, they found documents of six dumpers in the scooter of an accused, Ali Hussein. The dumpers were registered at the RTO in Nagpur Rural.During the probe, the police found that one team was assigned the task of stealing vehicles from various parts of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. The other one would then alter chassis numbers and sell them using forged documents. The two RTO agents looked after registration of the vehicles in connivance with the RTO clerk.The engines and chassis numbers of the seized stolen vehicles were verified at a plant in Jamshedpur which confirmed the tampering. The gang also took bank loans using the stolen vehicles as guarantees, added the officer.Source : TOI Mumbai, 7.5.18 Pradeep Gupta
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Government Approves Green License Plates for E-VehiclesThe government also plans to allow youth in the age bracket of 16-18 years to drive electric scooters, besides mandating taxi aggregators to have a certain percentage of the e-vehicle fleetTo promote electric vehicles in India, the government has approved green license plates bearing numbers in white fonts for private e-vehicles and yellow for taxis, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today. The government also plans to allow youth in the age bracket of 16-18 years to drive electric scooters, besides mandating taxi aggregators to have a certain percentage of the e-vehicle fleet."The government has approved distinctive green license plates for electric vehicles to encourage people to use electric vehicles. Such vehicles will be fitted with green license plates bearing numbers in white fonts for private cars and yellow font for taxis, " Gadkari said. A notification in this regard will be out in a week's time, the minister, who has been advocating electric mobility promotion, he said.The purpose behind distinctive number plates is their easy identification for preferential treatment in parking, free entry in congested zones besides other proposed benefits like concessional toll, the road transport, and highways minister told PTI.The measure is aimed at promoting vehicle's use and the government is considering an exemption from permits for such vehicles."Exemption from permit will be a game changer as restricted permit regime is a major concern. E-rickshaw growth is attributable to the permit exemption and there is scope to extend the exemption to the e-buses, e-taxis, e-autos, and e-bikes. E-auto and e-buses may have a big impact since getting a new permit is extremely difficult, " the minister said.Similarly, e-bikes also should see a considerable impact since it is a new area, he added. Besides, the government is contemplating permitting youth in the age group of 16-18 years to drive e-scooters, which are gearless and this will lead to a big demand for e-scooters, the minister noted.Under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, those in the age group of 16-18 years are granted a licence for below 50 CC gearless scooters. Incidentally, there is no scooter in this category made in the country."The government is also contemplating to ask taxi aggregators to have an incremental share of electric vehicles from 2020 onwards, which could be 1 percent of the fleet every year, " Gadkari said.Similarly, all public transport operators may also be mandated to provide 1 percent incremental fleet from 2020 onwards, he added. Stressing that electric vehicles will bring down vehicular pollution, Gadkari said the government is tightening fuel efficiency norms.Besides, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways will request the finance ministry that the rate of depreciation on EVs may be allowed at 50 percent as against the rate of 15 percent for conventional vehicles. The proposals include bringing down the GST on batteries to 12 percent at par with the GST on EVs.As per an estimate, India at present has 1 to 1.5 lakh electric vehicles and it is projected to grow to about 5 percent of the total vehicles in the next five years, an official said. Of the about 24 million vehicles sold in India in 2017-18, electric vehicles accounted for barely about 1 percent, the official added.India, currently, has four kinds of number plates - white licence plates with numbers on black font for private cars, yellow plates with fonts in black for commercial vehicles, black plates with yellow font letters for self-driven rental vehicles and blue plates with white font letters for Embassies and High Commissions.Army vehicles, on the other hand, follow a different registration system given by the defence ministry, while vehicles of the President and governors have red licence plates with the national emblem.Updated: May 9, 2018, 5:40 PM IST TV18 Network. https://www.news18.com/news/auto/government-approves-green-license-plates-for-e-vehicles-1743143.html
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Eletric Vehicle makers want govt to keep RTO charges nominalWhile a notification on the matter is expected in a week, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways early this week said the government has approved unique licence plates for EVs to promote their use.The Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) has urged the government to keep registration charges nominal for electric vehicles (EVs).The Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) has urged the government to keep registration charges nominal for electric vehicles (EVs). It has also suggested that green licence plates be mandated for all delivery vehicles, not just fleets. “Few fringe benefits of the green plate like toll free and preferential parking have been spelt out. We hope that our two core requests under the green plate wish list also become part of this plan. We have requested the government to keep RTO/registration charges only nominal for green plate vehicles and not 6-10% as of now. Also, we have requested green plates to be mandated for all delivery vehicles, and not only fleets, ” said Sohinder Gill, director – corporate affairs, SMEV. Gill is also the CEO of Hero Electric. He added that green licence plate is a welcome step, and if planned and executed properly, will support EVs.While a notification on the matter is expected in a week, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways early this week said the government has approved unique licence plates for EVs to promote their use. He said private EVs will bear green licence plates with numbers in white fonts and taxis in yellow. The government is also believed to be asking taxi aggregators to have a percentage of their fleet as EVs. It is also contemplating on permitting youth in the age group of 16-18 years to ride gear-less e-scooters. Currently, the youth in the said age group are granted licence for below 50cc gear-less scooters under the Motor Vehicles Act.At present, there are four kinds of licence plates in the country – white plates with numbers in black font for private cars, yellow plates with fonts in black for commercial vehicles/taxis, black plates with yellow font letters for self-driven rental vehicles and blue plates with white font letters for embassies and high commissions. Defence vehicles have a different registration system given by the defence ministry, while vehicles of the President and governors carry red licence plates with the national emblem. According to the SMEV, electric vehicles make less than 1% of the total vehicle sales in the country, but has potential to grow to more than 5% in few years. In 2017-18, 24 million vehicles were sold in the country.Source By: FE,  May 12, 2018  5:32 AM
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How to take a perfect pencil impression of your vehicle’s chassis numberThose of us who own vehicles in India and have been asked by Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) across the country to take pencil impressions of the chassis numbers of our vehicles know how imprecise and hard it can get to get a clean impression.The following is how I got a super-clean impression of the chassis number using a pencil, using fingers, and paper.Locate the engraved chassis number — Most 2 Wheelers will have their chassis number embossed on the neck of the motorcycle under the handlebars.Most 4 Wheelers will have their chassis number engraved:1- Usually it is under the car bonnet, either on the left side or center just beneath the windscreen. OR2- Beneath driving seat, under the carpet.How to do it: Take a A4 size plain paper, preferably a thin one, but strong enough to bear multiple pencil strokes. Inspect the space where this chassis number is engraved. Accordingly cut this paper horizontally in seven equal strips. Make sure that it fits into the space.Use a lead wooden pencil of a suitable size, break or cut into two pieces if space is not enough. Smaller and blunt pencil is always good.Place the cutout of paper over the chassis number and rub your pencil over the paper to capture an impression nice and slow.You can use a torch or a mobile flash light to inspect if the impression is come correctly or not.Make sure that you don't your hands don't shiver and the strip remain aligned properly during the whole process.Congratulations! You now have captured a perfect impression of the chassis number.
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With octroi gone, cars & bikes make a rush for Mum RTOs105% More Bikes Registered. For Cars, Rise Is 42%RTOseva4U.com informs you that there has been a sharp increase in the registration of new cars, twowheelers, minibuses and tempos in Mumbai because of the abolition of octroi collection at the city’s check posts in 2017. Before that, many Mumbaikars preferred to register their vehicles in other municipal areas of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, if not in cities beyond MMR.In just one year, 105% more two-wheelers and 42% more cars and SUVS have been registered in the island city. The number of new registrations in the suburbs too has gone up, though not to as great an extent as in the island city.Octroi comprised a 4.5% additional levy on the purchase of vehicles under the jurisdiction of the four RTOs within BMC limits. This included the Tardeo RTO (island city), Wadala RTO (eastern suburbs), and Andheri and Borivli RTOs (western suburbs). According to an official, a significant number of buyers would prefer to register their vehicles outside Mumbai to save costs, which would be Rs 3, 000-5, 000 for two-wheelers, Rs 18, 000 on an average for a hatchback to around Rs 60, 000 for an SUV. One would register vehicles at RTOs as far as Pen or Panvel.“But after octroi abolition came into effect on July 1, 2017, there is no difference between registering a car within Mumbai or outside it. You have to pay the same road tax and insurance across MMR, ” said a senior official from the Tardeo RTO. “Now, whether or not supported by dealers, buyers are opting for registration within Mumbai.”The Tardeo RTO provided statistics comparing the registration of vehicles in 2017-18 with that done in 2016-17. In the island city, especially south Mumbai, the number of motorcyles and scooters registered in 2017-18 was 105% more (in numbers, a rise of 24, 000) as compared to the previous year, while car registrations shot up by 40% (a rise of 5, 000). In case of commercial vehicles, four-wheeler delivery vans went up by almost 175%, and minibuses by 660%, officials said.“In some cases, we are getting applications from car dealers in Thane who want vehicles to be registered in Mumbai (eastern suburbs RTO) as buyers stay there. In one case, a buyer from Mulund could not find any showroom of his preferred car in his vicinity and went to Thane to buy the vehicle. In his case, the dealer at Thane assured that the vehicle will be registered in Mumbai with an MH-03 number plate (eastern suburbs), ” said an official from Wadala RTO.Also, the process of registrations has become faster because of the implementation of the online system Vahan across RTOs. More than 80% of the job is being done at the manufacturer and dealer levels, including the uploading of buyer’s information, fee paying and providing the vehicle’s technical specifications. An RTO inspector checks the vehicle’s specifications within 24 hours, and within the next 24 hours, an assistant RTO gives approval and also assigns a new registration number. “Now, instead of waiting endlessly for a number plate, you can get it within 48 hours of the file reaching the RTO, ” said a transport department official.Credit: Somit Sen, TimesGroup.Com
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High Security Registration Plates To Become Mandatory Beginning January 1, 2019 .....May 1, 2018 | www.RTOseva4U.comThe Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has announced that High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) will soon be compulsory for all vehicles manufactured in India beginning January 1, 2019. The said number plates will come with a 15 year guarantee and will be replaced by the concerned dealer in case of any damage within the aforementioned period.The announcement by the government body has been made in order to offer extra protection to the vehicles and reduce thefts. According to the new draft, the car manufacturer will have to provide HSRP’s while their dealerships will be responsible for fixing them on the vehicles.Safety features on the new HSRP’s will include a chromium based hologram on the top-left corner of the plate while a 10 digit Permanent Identification Number (PIN) will be positioned on the bottom-left corner of the plate, both of which will be hot stamped. Also on offer would be a self-destructing chromium based hologram sticker, which will contain details such as the registration number, engine and chassis number as well as the name of the registering authority. This sticker would be affixed on the bottom-left side of the front windshield.To make sure that these HSRP’s are not stolen, they will have to be fixed with at least two non-removable or non-reusable snap locks. While these new plates, as we mentioned earlier, will become mandatory beginning January 1, 2019, the HSRP can be fitted to older vehicles too, but only once the previously used number plates have been surrendered.
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