The Transport Department of Bangalore enforces the provision of following rules and acts:
The primary objective of the Regional Transport Office Bangalore is to provide on road safety, tax collection, and control noise and air pollution in the city of Bangalore.
The Regional Transport Department Bangalore is mainly involved in fulfilling the following duties:
|RTO Name||RTO Code||RTO Address||RTO Contact Details|
|Bangalore Central||KA-01||BDA Complex, 3rd Block, Koramangala, Bangalore - 560034||080-25533525|
|Bangalore West||KA-02||Rajajinagar Shopping Complex, Bangalore - 560010||080-23324388|
|Bangalore East||KA-03||2nd Floor, BDA Complex, Indiranagar, Bangalore – 560038||080-25253726|
|Bangalore North||KA-04||Railway Station Road, Yeswanthapura, Bangalore - 560022||080-23376039|
|Bangalore South||KA-05||Jayanagar Shopping Complex, 4th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore - 560011||080-26630989|
There are two types of registrations of the vehicle available in Bangalore:
After purchasing the vehicle, the applicant should use the internet and access the website of the “Transport Department” of Karnataka to use its online service to fill the application for the registration of the new vehicle very carefully. After duly filling this form, the applicant must submit it for getting the Vahan Over Web Identity (VOWID) number and hence generate Form-20 and then can get the acknowledgment slip. The VOWID number, Form 20, and acknowledgment slip must be duly signed and submitted to the Registration Authority of Bangalore with the following documents:
1. Form – 20 (In duplicate, if the vehicle comes under Lease/Hypothecation/Hire Purchase Agreement, then obtain the signature and seal of the financer).
2. Certificate for roadworthiness of the vehicle in Form-22.
3. In Form – 21 sale certificate
4. Form – 22 of Central Motor Vehicle Rules provided by the bodybuilder.
5. Address proof.
6. Insurance certificate of the vehicle.
7. Temporary Registration Certificate issued by the registration authority of Bangalore, if any or the trade certificate given by the dealer of the vehicle.
8. Proof of residence in India, if the purchaser is a foreigner and proof of the legal presence of the purchaser in India.
9. The vehicle should be taken to the RTO Bangalore for inspection.
10. If the vehicle is imported, then one should have its Customs clearance certificate with bond and license, if any.
The application with above-specified documents should be presented before the Registration Authority of Bangalore. After the inspection of the vehicle, if the authorities find it in compliance with the requirements of Motor Vehicle Rules and Act, the registration mark is assigned then.
In this case, the application and documents must be produced and fees should be paid at the cash counter of RTO. The list of required documents in this case is:
The application must be given to the Registration Authority with the following documents:
Application in the following Forms:
With the following documents:
The application should be given to the concerned ARTO/RTO and the vehicle must be presented for the inspection.
The application for the same must be presented in the following form with the mentioned documents:
The application with above-mentioned documents with the challans of the fees paid must be submitted at the concerned RTO. Apart from this, the vehicle should also be present for the inspection.
In order to get the duplicate registration certificate, an applicant must provide an application in the following forms and give the below mentioned documents:
An application with the above-mentioned documents must be submitted at the concerned RTO of Bangalore.
All the vehicles migrating from other states to Bangalore must get re-registration mark of the state of Karnataka within one year of the date of migration to Karnataka. If the vehicle is kept un-registered for more than twelve months in Karnataka, then an application must be made before the jurisdictional office for the assignment of registration mark of Karnataka. The following applications and documents must be produced for the same:
Among the metro cities of India, Bangalore is the capital of the state – Karnataka. The city is considered as one of the best cities for IT professionals as it is the hub of multinational software companies and hence it is also many times referred to as ‘Silicon Valley of India’
Like any other city of India, it is illegal to drive any vehicle (having engine) without registering it with the RTO Bangalore. Having third-party vehicle insurance is a must in Bangalore. This is because third-party insurance safeguards the owner of the vehicle against third-party damages (be it third-party property or person) occurred due to an accident by the insured vehicle.
However, there are comprehensive insurance plans available as well. They not only provide third-party coverage but also offer coverage against loss and damage to the insured vehicle.
One can get motor insurance online or offline, however, taking an online insurance plan is always good as it saves both time and money. Moreover, one can compare different policies online on web aggregator and get the most suitable choice.
The various types of permits are:
For Stage Carriage
For Contract Carriage (Intra/Inter-State)
Education Institutional Bus
Private Service Vehicle
The NOC is required:
To update a new address in RC you’ll need to fill
To update a new address in RC you’ll need to fill
NOC is not required to pay the road taxes.
You will need any of the following documents:
In order to pay the taxes you’ll have to duly fill form no KMVT 14, obtain the acceptance from the tax measuring officer and deposit the amount in the respective cash counter. You will need a DD in case the amount exceeds Rs. 3000/. The DD should be made in the name of ‘Regional Transport Officer’ Bangalore or the address of the concerned RTO, where your vehicle is registered.
In case of a vehicle migration from another state, new address or transfer of ownership needs to be updated. The owner shall apply within 30 days from the date of vehicle delivery, by approaching the concerned RTO. The below documents are required :
All the afore-mentioned documents are to be filled and submitted to the Registering Authority. A proper vehicle inspection will be done at RTO office and the process of ownership transfer will proceed.