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New RTO list of Rajasthan Stateराजस्थान की न्यू आर टी ओ लिस्टRJ-01 AjmerRJ-02 AlwarRJ-03 BanswaraRJ-04 BarmerRJ-05 BharatpurRJ-06 BhilwaraRJ-07 BikanerRJ-08 BundiRJ-09 ChittaurgarhRJ-10 ChuruRJ-11 DholpurRJ-12 DungarpurRJ-13 Sri GanganagarRJ-14 Jaipur SouthRJ-15 JaisalmerRJ-16 JaloreRJ-17 JhalawarRJ-18 JhunjhunuRJ-19 JodhpurRJ-20 KotaRJ-21 NagaurRJ-22 PaliRJ-23 SikarRJ-24 SirohiRJ-25 Sawai MadhopurRJ-26 TonkRJ-27 UdaipurRJ-28 BaranRJ-29 DausaRJ-30 RajsamandRJ-31 HanumangarhRJ-32 Kotputli (Jaipur)RJ-33 Ramganj Mandi (Kota)RJ-34 KarauliRJ-35 PratapgarhRJ-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 NorthRJ-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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The Rajasthan high court has directed the state government to cancel the licences of those caught talking on mobile phones while driving. It also directed the regional transport officers (RTOs) to initiate proceedings to cancel licences after providing the offenders opportunity for a hearing.A division bench of Justices Gopal Krishan Vyas and Ramchandra Singh Jhala issued the order on April 27 and sought a compliance report on May 22.“We are of the opinion that the drivers of four and two-wheelers are usually using mobile (phone) while plying the vehicles, which is not permissible under the law. More so, due to the said act of vehicle drivers, a number of accidents takes place, ” the court said in its order.The court further directed that if a driver is found using phone while plying the vehicle, “then after obtaining their photographs and other credentials, the same may be forwarded to the concerned RTO for cancellation of driving licence.”The transport department has been asked to initiate proceedings for cancellation of the driving licence strictly in accordance with law and after providing an opportunity for a hearing.Earlier, the Supreme Court committee on road safety had recommended suspension of driving licence for three months for five offences, including talking on mobile phone while driving.In India, use of mobile phone while driving is illegal under the Motor Vehicles Act.Prerna Singh, coordinator of Centre for Road Safety at Sardar Patel Police University, Jodhpur, said talking on mobile phones was a major danger to people’s lives on roads worldwide not just in India. “Use of mobile phone by even a pedestrian is bad for road safety, ” she added.Singh said that Rajasthan is probably the first state where the high court has issued such an order to ensure road safety.
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State Road Tax for New Car Registration Charges in Indian States.Car Registration Road Tax SlabsRTO 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.comDelhi - Individual RegistrationPrice 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 ₹ 1500Haryana - 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 higher5.5% or ₹ 25000 in between 800 cc to 1490 cc cars - whichever higher5.5% or ₹ 35000 in between 1490 cc to 1999 cc cars - whichever higher5.5% or ₹ 45000 in above 2000 cc cars - whichever higherWest Bengal (Life Time Tax for 15 years) (Kolkata, Hubli & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type)10% or ₹ 40000 in 800 cc cars - whichever higher10% or ₹ 55000 in between 800 cc to 1490 cc cars - whichever higher10% or ₹ 80000 in between 1490 cc to 1999 cc cars - whichever higher10% or ₹ 1 lakh in above 2000 cc cars - whichever higherChandigarh (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 carsRajasthan (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 - ₹ 8000Price between ₹ 5 lakhs - ₹ 8 lakhs - ₹ 11000 Price between ₹ 8 lakhs - ₹ 15 lakhs - ₹ 15000Price between ₹ 15 lakhs - ₹ 20 lakhs - ₹ 60000 Price between ₹ 20 lakhs - ₹ 30 lakhs - ₹ 1.1 lakhPrice above ₹ 30 lakhs - ₹ 1.25 lakhsMadhya Pradesh (MP)- (Bhopal, Indore & other cities) (Not dependent on fuel type )7% flat at ex-showroom price of car
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RTO undertakes drive against Royal Enfield with modified exhaustsKerala RTO claims to bring noise pollution under control with suspension of Registration Certificate of two wheelers with modified exhaust.Following our earlier report of Rajasthan High Court issuing orders to the local RTO to cancel driving licenses of those found talking on mobile phones while driving or riding, the Kerala RTO has now launched a campaign against Royal Enfield motorcycles with modified exhausts.Even as the Kerala Traffic Police have claimed that there are over 1, 000 bikes sporting loud exhausts in Ernakulam, the local RTO has promised stringent action against them. Many of these bikers own Royal Enfield and have been repeatedly receiving fines for this illegal act.The local RTO has now initiated suspension of RC – Registration Certificate for a period of 3 months during which time the bikers will not be allowed to ride their vehicles.Following the 3 month suspension period, offenders will have to take their bikes to the RTO for inspection. Once it is ascertained that this noise emitting exhausts have been replaced with a stock unit, then only will the RC be reissued.Bangalore police had confiscated hundreds of RE exhausts and crushed them under a road roller in a public display.This new campaign will be officially launched on 1st June 2018 and suspension of RC will be under Section 53 of Motor Vehicle Act, where in it clearly states that it is illegal to modify any part of a car or a motorcycle without permission from RTO. These modified silencers cause noise of around 95 dB to 100dB which is louder than a bus horn.These aftermarket exhaust systems are on offer through dealers across Kerala but these dealers cannot be held liable for sale of these exhaust system as they clearly indicate that these exhausts are exclusively for off road or competition use only. It is hence upto the bike owners to abide by the law or face severe punishment.Source Rushlane By Pea rl Dani els on May 11, 2018
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