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Check Vehicle Owner Details by Registration Number

Vehicle owner details can come in handy in various situations, such as road accidents, cases of reckless driving, and when purchasing a second-hand vehicle. Vehicle owner details will help if you lose your vehicle-related documents. In these cases, the online vehicle registration check comes to your rescue. Read ahead to find vehicle owner details by number plate in India.

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How to Check RC Details of Vehicle Online?

Finding vehicle owner details online has become easier with Policybazaar.com. Moreover, you can check through other popular modes, i.e., via the PARIVAHAN website and SMS.

In the below page, you will learn how to extract vehicle owner details through all the modes:

  1. Through Policybazaar.com

    Here is a step-by-step process to check vehicle owner details or RC details by number plate or registration number:

    • Step 1: Visit the 'Check Vehicle Owner Details' page on the official website of Policybazaar Insurance Brokers Private Limited.
    • Step 2: Enter a valid vehicle registration number you want to check and click on 'Continue' Example: DL1SB1234.
    • Step 3: Next, enter your full name and mobile number and click on 'View Details' to get all the details.
    • Step 4: On the next page, the vehicle owner's details will be displayed along, which includes the vehicle's make, model, number of challans, policy expiry date, and PUC validity.

    Note: In case you want to renew or buy bike insurance online, check and compare plans offered by the best bike insurance companies in India in a few clicks.

  2. Through PARIVAHAN Website

    Here are the steps for finding vehicle registration details online through the VAHAN/PARIVAHAN website:

    • Step 1: Visit the official website of PARIVAHAN.
    • Step 2: On the drop-down menu of 'Informational Services', click 'Know Your Vehicle Details' at the top of the page.
    • Step 3: On the next page, enter the vehicle registration number of the vehicle to extract the details
    • Step 4: Pass the human verification by entering the captcha code and clicking on 'Vahan Search.'
    • Step 5: The vehicle owner's details will be displayed. Note them for your convenience.
  3. Through SMS

    The government has offered an option to fetch details via SMS to find the RTO vehicle details without using the internet. Follow the below steps and find out the details:

    • Step 1: Enter VAHAN <space> Vehicle Registration Number(Example: VAHAN PB01A8433)
    • Step 2: Next, send this SMS to 7738299899.

    After completing the above procedure, you will receive the complete details of the vehicle owner. It also includes other information such as make & model, RTO details, RC expiry details, PUC Certificate details, car/bike insurance policy details, etc.

Other Details You Can Find Via Vehicle Registration Number

You will be redirected to a new page by completing the above steps. There, you can view different types of other details. Below is the list you can find:

  • Vehicle Registration Number
  • Vehicle Registration Date
  • Chassis and Engine Number of the Vehicle
  • Vehicle Owner Name
  • Vehicle Class or Type
  • Vehicle Fuel Type
  • Manufacturer and Model Name of the Vehicle
  • Vehicle Fitness Certificateor Registration Expiry Date
  • Road Tax Details
  • Vehicle Insurance Policy Expiry Details
  • Pollution Under Control Certificate (PUCC) Expiry Date of the Vehicle
  • Vehicle Emission Norms Details
  • Status of the Vehicle Registration Certificate

What is RC Details?

'RC details' refers to the specific & crucial information of a vehicle available in the Registration Certificate (RC). The RC is an essential legal document that act as an official proof of ownership and vehicle registration.

Here are the critical components of RC details:

  • Owner & Vehicle Details
    The RC of any vehicle includes all the details of the vehicle owner, including their name, address, etc. In addition, it consists of the vehicle details, make, model, variant, colour, chassis number, engine number, fuel type, vehicle class, category, purpose of use, etc. Apart from this, the RC specifies the validity period of the vehicle registration.
  • Registration Number
    A registration number is a unique numeric or alphanumeric identification number assigned to each vehicle by the transport authority (RTO). This registration number of a vehicle is embossed in a metal plate/number plate attached to the vehicle.
  • Insurance Info
    The RC of a vehicle includes insurance details of the vehicle, including the policy number & policy validity.

For example, as a bike owner, the RC of your bike must have your details, details of your bike, a unique registration number, bike insurance policy number and the validity of your policy.

You may also read Three Easy Ways to Check Bike Insurance Expiry Date Online

Why Do You Need to Check Vehicle Owner Details Online?

If you want to check the bike number, the PARIVAHAN web portal will help you easily extract it.

Here are the top reasons why you might need to check the vehicle owner's details by number plate:

  1. Hit and Run Case

    Finding a vehicle owner's details during a hit-and-run case is a challenge. With the help of PARIVAHAN, you can easily find the vehicle owner's name by the registration number available on their vehicle number plate.

  2. In case of an Accident

    In a road accident, you can track the vehicle owner's details of the third party using their registration number. However, as a bike owner, you must have at least third party bike insurance in India. With this, you will be compensated for the accidental damages against the third party.

  3. While Buying a Second-hand Vehicle

    You must check the vehicle owner's details via PARIVAHAN if you buy a used vehicle directly from the owner or through a dealer. This guarantees the authenticity & genuineness of the vehicle & its owner.

  4. No Objection Certificate (NOC)

    Using PARIVAHAN, the Regional Transport Office (RTO) officials can access vehicle data for vehicle registration certificates through a centralized database. Therefore, there is no need to present the NOC of your vehicle.

Final words!

You can easily visit the official website of the Policybazaar Insurance Brokers Private Limited or the PARIVAHAN official website to get the vehicle owner's required details by registration number. The PARIVAHAN database includes information from RTOs and DTOs. Therefore, you can search for the details from any state or Union Territories (UT).

Disclaimer: Policybazaar does not endorse, rate or recommend any particular insurer or insurance product offered by an insurer.

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