The Regional Transport Department of Haryana or RTO Haryana was established under section 213 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. It functions under the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. The main objective of the department is to actively carry out the rules and regulations laid in the MV Act and ensure sufficient transport system to the common masses.
The various functions of Haryana RTO Includes:
The state of Haryana has a huge list of RTOs, consisting of approx. 95 offices. The details are as follows:
|RTO Name||RTO Code||RTO Name||RTO Code||RTO Name||RTO Code|
|Ambala||HR 01||Safidon||HR 33||Kurukshetra||HR 65|
|Yamuna Nagar||HR 02||Mohindergarh||HR 34||Narnaul||HR 66|
|Panchkula||HR 03||Narnaul||HR 35||Panipat||HR 67|
|Naraingarh||HR 04||Rewari||HR 36||Panchkula||HR 68|
|Karnal||HR 05||Ambala||HR 37||Sonipat||HR 69|
|Panipat||HR 06||Faridabad||HR38||Chandigarh||HR 70|
|Kurukshetra||HR 07||Hisar||HR 39||Bilaspur||HR 71|
|Kaithal||HR 08||Assandh||HR 40||Gurgaon South||HR 72|
|Guhla||HR 09||Pehowa||HR 41||Palwal||HR 73|
|Sonepat||HR 10||Ganaur||HR 42||Mewat||HR 74|
|Gohana||HR 11||Kosli||HR 43||Indri||HR 75|
|Rohtak||HR 12||Ellenabad||HR 44||Pataudi||HR 76|
|Bahadurgarh||HR 13||Karnal||HR 45||Beri||HR 77|
|Jhajjar||HR 14||Rohtak||HR 46||Sahabad||HR 78|
|Meham||HR 15||Rewari||HR 47||Kharkhoda||HR 79|
|Bhiwani||HR 16||Tosham||HR 48||Barwala||HR 80|
|Siwani||HR 17||Kalka||HR 49||Bawal||HR 81|
|Loharu||HR 18||Hodal||HR 50||Kanina||HR 82|
|Charkhi Dadri||HR 19||Faridabad||HR 51||Kalayat||HR 83|
|Hisar||HR 20||Hatin||HR 52||Charkhi Dadri||HR 84|
|Hansi||HR 21||Adampur||HR 53||Ambala Cantt||HR 85|
|Fatehabad||HR 22||Barara||HR 54||Narnaud||HR 86|
|Tohana||HR 23||Gurgaon||HR 55||Badkhal||HR 87|
|Sirsa||HR 24||Jind||HR 56||Badhra||HR 88|
|Dabwali||HR 25||Sirsa||HR 57||Uchana||HR 90|
|Gurgaon||HR 26||Yamuna Nagar||HR 58||Gharaunda||HR 91|
|Nuh||HR 27||Ratia||HR 59||Radaur||HR 92|
|Ferozepur Jhirka||HR 28||Samalkha||HR 60||Punhana||HR 93|
|Ballabgarh||HR 29||Bhiwani||HR 61||Kalanwali||HR 94|
|Palwal||HR 30||Fatehabad||HR 62||Sampla||HR 95|
|Jind||HR 31||Jhajjar||HR 63|
|Narwana||HR 32||Kaithal||HR 64|
As per the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, it is compulsory to register a vehicle plying on the roads of India. Every vehicle has a specific registration number allot by concerned RTO, where the registration is done. Post registration, a number is issued as a Smart Card to the vehicle owner.
Registration of vehicles in Haryana can be carried out with the help of dealers point registration system. The authorised dealer will submit online application form 20 for vehicle registration to RTO Haryana. The owner has to pay the road taxes/fee to the Registering Authority (RA) along with the form. Upon receiving the documents and the fee, a permanent registration number will be allotted by the RA. The owner has to submit the receipt of paid tax and allotted registration mark to the concerned dealer. The paperwork has to be completed with the dealer’s point only and submitted to the RA positively via an authorised person.
The below are the documents to be attached along with the application form:
Following 15 years from the first registration, the vehicle owner has to renew the RC before it expires. As one can’t afford driving with an expired RC, timely renewal is mandatory to avoid penalties. In order to renew the RC an application shall be made to the RTO Haryana and submit with the below documents:
Any vehicle that has bought from another state into Haryana should be re-registered with RTO Haryana without fail. In order to do so, a NOC should be obtained from the concerned RTO of that state. AN application shall be made to the Registering Authority and submit along with the supporting documents and applicable fee.
If a vehicle is sold, the ownership needs to be transferred as well to the buyer. Transfer of RC means the liabilities related to the vehicle is transferred. An application has to be made in this regard and to be submitted to the RTO Haryana along with the below documents:
Documents Required for Ownership Transfer :
The below documents are required to be submitted along with the application form:
If the original RC is lost the vehicle owner can apply for duplicate one. An application is required to be submitted to the Registering Authority in Haryana. The RTO Officer will send the certificate after verifying everything through speed post within 7 days. The applicant has to submit the below documents along with the application form:
There are two types of vehicle insurance to best protect the vehicle-Third Party Insurance and Comprehensive Insurance. An insurance plan can be bought either online or offline. Online insurance allows the insurance seekers to visit the websites of the insurers and browse over the plans. This way one can compare the plans basic on their offerings, premium, claim settlement ratio of the company etc. Online insurance is also a time and money saving process, which enables the person to make an informed decision. If not, one can opt for the offline process by visiting the nearest branch, approach an insurance officer and buy a plan as per the requirements.
A: One will need to furnish the below documents in order to renew the RC in Haryana:
A: You can buy insurance either online or offline. Online insurance allows you to visit the official websites of the insurance companies, browse over the plans, compare the premiums and buy. On the other hand, in case of offline insurance, you will need to visit the office of the insurer, approach an officer in order to get information about the plans, fill the physical form and submit the premium to buy a plan.
A: the applicable fee for address change may differ from state to state. Hence, you can refer to the main official website of Haryana Transport Department to check the various fees for the respective application process.
A: Yes, you need to re-register the vehicle if bought from another state. The process of registration is the same as the new registration with the concerned RTO.