The Transport Department of Rajasthan or RTO Rajasthan was established to carry forward the responsibilities laid down in the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. The main objective of the department is to ensure efficient transportation services to the common people. Among the various responsibilities, registering the vehicles, issuing permits, issuing DLs etc. are to name a few. The department is headed by the Transport Commissioner to ensure the enforcement of the provisions of MV Act.
Functions of RTO Rajasthan
The main functions of RTO Rajasthan include:
- Registering various vehicles
- Renewal of registration certificate
- Issuing Driving License
- Issuing national permits
- Renewal of driving license
- Issuance of temporary permit
- Collection of road taxes
- Permits for goods carriage, institutes buses etc.
- Collection of border tax
- Implementation of safety measures
- Enforcement of pollution control measures
List of RTOs in Rajasthan
The state of Rajasthan has 45 RTOs actively functional in the dofferent cities. The details are as follows:
|RTO Name||RTO Code||RTO Name||RTO Code||RTO Name||RTO Code|
|RTO Ajmer||RJ 01||RTO Jalore||RJ 16||RTO Hanumangarh||RJ 31|
|RTO Alwar||RJ 02||RTO Jhalawar||RJ 17||RTO Kotputli||RJ 32|
|RTO Banswara||RJ 03||RTO Jhunjhunu||RJ 18||RTO Ramganjmandi||RJ 33|
|RTO Barmer||RJ 04||RTO Jodhpur||RJ 19||RTO Karauli||RJ 34|
|RTO Bharatpur||RJ 05||RTO Kota||RJ 20||RTO Pratapgarh||RJ 35|
|RTO Bhilwara||RJ 06||RTO Nagaur||RJ 21||RTO Beawar||RJ 36|
|RTO Bikaner||RJ 07||RTO Pali||RJ 22||RTO Didwana||RJ 37|
|RTO Bundi||RJ 08||RTO Sikar||RJ 23||RTO Abu Road||RJ 38|
|RTO Chittorgarh||RJ 09||RTO Sirohi||RJ 24||RTO Balotra||RJ 39|
|RTO Churu||RJ10||RTO Sawai Madhopur||RJ 25||RTO Bhiwadi||RJ 40|
|RTO Dholpur||RJ 11||RTO Tonk||RJ 26||RTO Chomu||RJ 41|
|RTO Dungarpur||RJ 12||RTO Udaipur||RJ 27||RTO Kishangarh||RJ 42|
|RTO Sriganganagar||RJ 13||RTO Baran||RJ 28||RTO Phalodi||RJ 43|
|RTO Jaipur (South)||RJ 14||RTO Dausa||RJ 29||RTO Sujangarh||RJ 44|
|RTO Jaisalmer||RJ 15||RTO Rajsamand||RJ 30||RTO Jaipur (North)||RJ 45|
How to Register a Vehicle in Rajasthan?
RTO Rajasthan is responsible for registering every vehicle plying on the roads of Rajasthan. As per the provisions of Motor Vehicles Act 1988, every owner needs to register the vehicles by applying in Form no 20 and submitting to the concerned RTO.
Documents required for registration of Vehicles in Rajasthan
Vehicle registration application at the Rajasthan RTO has to be made along with the below documents:
- Form 20/registration application form
- Sales certificate in Form 21
- Form 22/Roadworthiness certificate
- Form 22 A in case the body of the vehicle is fabricated
- Vehicle invoice
- Valid vehicle insurance document
- PAN card details of the owner
- Applicable application fee
- Applicable tax
- Customs bill in case of imported vehicles
- ID proof of the applicant
- Form 34, in case of loan hypothecation
- 2 passport size photographs
On receiving the above documents and verifying them, the Registering Authority will allot a registration number. An inspection of the vehicle is also done. The registration card is sent to the registered address of the vehicle owner.
Renewal of Registration Certificate in Rajasthan
In order to renew an RC, the application has to approach the nearest RTO office and shall make an application. The relevant application form can be downloaded online as well from the official website of RTO Rajasthan. A proper vehicle inspection will be done by the Registering Authority and finally, the registration number will be renewed. The application form should accompany with the below documents:
- Form 25
- Pollution Under Control Certificate.
- Aadhaar Card
How to Re-register a Vehicle from Other State in Rajasthan?
In order to ensure a safe ride, one has to carry a valid RC. So, if it is lost the owner can apply for a duplicate one. The process requires to apply in Form no 26 and submit along with the below documents:
- Police FIR in case of loss
- Aadhaar Card
- Attested copy of the valid insurance policy
- Attested copy of pollution under control certificate
- Attested copy of address proof
- Receipt of tax clearance
- Attested copy of PAN Card or Form 60 & 61(as applicable)
Process of Change in Address in RC
If a vehicle owner wishes to update a new address in the RC Book the same has to be done by directly applying in the Form no 33 and submitting to the RTO Rajasthan. The following documents are required to be submitted along with the application form:
- Form 33
- Registration Certificate
- Proof of address of the vehicle owner
- Applicable fee for change of address
How to Avail Vehicle Insurance in Rajasthan?
Four Wheeler insurance in Rajasthan can be easily available either online or offline. Bear in mind that, having third party vehicle insurance is mandatory as per the rules of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. Third party insurance covers the insured against any liability arising for property damage, injury or death to a third party due to an accident. The insurance providers in Rajasthan also provide comprehensive insurance which provides coverage for own damage as well. Moreover, there are add-on covers opting for which one can boost the basic insurance cover.
What are the types of registration available in Rajasthan?
Like other states in India, Rajasthan has two types of the registration process, Temporary and Permanent Registration.
What are the documents will I need to register a vehicle bought from a state other than Rajasthan?
In case you’ve bought a vehicle form another state, obtaining re-registration mark is essential to drive it without any hassle. To avail this an application has to be made and submitted along with the below documents:
- Form 29 i.e. NOC issued by the original RTO
- Form 29 i.e. notice of transfer of vehicle possession
- Form 30 i.e. application for transfer of possession
- Form 33 i.e. notice of change in address
- Insurance certificate of the vehicle
- PUC certificate
- Age and address proof documents
- Passport size photograph
- Applicable road taxes
- Application fee
- NOC certificate issued by the financer, in case of loan hypothecation
What if I miss the last renewal date of Registration Certificate?
To drive your vehicle without any hassle or to avoid penalties on road, you must renew the vehicle RC on time. Usually, permanent RC is valid for 15 years in case of a private vehicle, which needs to be renewed accordingly thereafter. In case of an invalid RC, your insurance company will not cover you if anything wrong goes which means a hefty repair bill on you. Moreover, you’ll be liable to pay the penalties for not carrying a valid RC. So, remember the renewal due date to avoid these consequences.
I’ve lost my registration certificate. What would I do now?
In case of loss of the registration certificate, the vehicle owner can apply for a duplicate RC b approaching the concerned Registering Authority. An application in this regard has to be made along with the supporting documents. A fee for availing duplicate RC has to be paid as well.
Whether NOC is necessary to pay road taxes?
No NOC is not required for paying road taxes. It is required only if you bought a vehicle from another state and getting re-registration mark.
Do I need to produce the vehicle at the time of registration?
A thorough vehicle inspection is done at the time of registering a vehicle. you need to produce the vehicle to the concerned RTO office.
How can I renew my Registration Certificate?
Renewal of vehicle registration card is essential. To register your RC you can visit the nearest RTO office and file an application in Form no 25. This filled form has to be submitted along with the other supporting documents. An op-spot vehicle inspection will be done at the RTO office. After verification of received documents and proper inspection of the vehicle, the Registering authority will allot the new registration number to you.
What are things can be done offline related to RTO registration?
Although you can perform almost everything online, there are a few things related to your RTO registration that requires you to visit the branch office:
- In order to register a newly bought vehicle
- To appear in the Learner’s License test
- To take your Driving License (DL) test on the track
- For the formalities of accidental disputes