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Soon, no road tax for transfer of vehicle to another state Vehicle owners won’t need to pay any road tax for transfer of their vehicle from one state to another and get a new registration number, if all the state governments implement recommendation of a group of state transport ministers (GoM). This will apply to vehicles that are more than two years old or where the difference in tax rate between two states is less than 2%. The transport ministers, who met at Guwahati this week, decided that transfer of vehicles and driving licences from one state to another should be made seamless through online process. The need of no objection certificate (NOC) should also be done away with. Such practices will check corruption and put an end to harassment of public. The Centre has set up the GoM to address concerns relating to the transport sector and to recommend reforms. The transport ministry will come out with an advisory and rules, sources said. Currently, to transfer vehicle registration and driving licence, applicants need to get an NOC from original issuing authority (RTO) before applying for a new number. “It’s cruel that we make them pay road tax for 10 years, which they have paid in some other state, ” a transport official said. The National Informatics Centre has created two central online data base — Vahan-4 for vehicle registration details and Sarathi-4 — which can be accessed by the issuing authority to delete the existing registration number or licence before issuing a new one. The GoM recommended that states are responsible to enter the details of each licence or registration number in the central database. A group of state transport ministers decided that transfer of vehicles and driving licences from one state to another should be made seamless through online process Transport ministry may take uniform road tax to GST Council To push the uniform road tax based on vehicle’s “invoice price”, the road transport ministry is considering taking the matter to the GST Council since this is a tax-related issue. It may request the Council to invite state transport ministers and Nitin Gadkari to share their views for taking a decision. The GoM has recommended three slabs of road tax; 8% for vehicles priced below Rs 10 lakh, 10% for Rs 10-20 lakh and 12% for those costing over 12%. TNN Source: TOI, Deepak D ash
  • 2018-05-17T07:59:06

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