|RTO City||RTO Code|
|Kakinada||AP05, AP05, AP05|
|Gudivada||AP16, AP16, AP16|
|Vijayawada||AP17, AP18, AP19|
|Visakhapatnam||AP31, AP31, AP31, AP32, AP33, AP34|
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It is necessary to get your vehicle permanently registered in Andhra Pradesh RTO. You will need the following documents for the same:
Sales certificate in Form 21.
Roadworthiness certificate in Form 22 from the manufacturers ( Form 22A from the Body builder).
Valid Insurence Certificate.
Proof of residence
Original Sales Certificate from the concerned Authorities in Form 21 in the case of Ex-Army Vehicle.
Pollution under control Certificate.
Customs Clearance Certificate
Appropriate Fee as specified in Rule 81 of CMV Rules.
Tax as per APMVT Act.
Follow these instructions to get a permanent RC for your vehicle from RTO Andhra Pradesh:
Fill in Form 21 for permanent registration
If you have temporarily registered the vehicle, then apply before the temporary registration expiry date
If the registration involves hypothecation, refer to Hypothecation
Now confirm the type of registration number
Confirm smart card related requirements
Pay appropriate fees as per the Andhra Pradesh RTO
Pay required tax as per Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1989
As per the rules, a motor vehicle is registered for a maximum of 15 years after which it has to be renewed. For the continuous use of a motor vehicle, a vehicle's registration certificate is required to be renewed within 60 days of its expiry date. Here is how you can renew your registration certificate in Andhra Pradesh RTO:
Fill the Form 25 to apply for the renewal of RC to the respective RTO
Submit all the necessary documents
Pay vehicle taxes if any
Pay appropriate renewal fees as per the Central Motor Rules
The vehicle will then be inspected at the zonal office for its roadworthiness. If found fit, the re-registration certificate will be issued.
Mentioned below are the documents required to get your registration certificate renewed in Andhra Pradesh:
Application in form 25.
Registration certificate in original.
Proof of the payment of up-to-date road tax.
Copies of the insurance certificate.
Pollution under control certificate.
Usually a vehicle’s ownership is transferred in three major scenarios. These include the death of the owner, theft of the vehicle, or during the normal sale of the vehicle. For transfer of ownership of a vehicle under the Andhra Pradesh RTO, you will be required to submit the following documents:
Registration Certificate in original.
Duly filled Form 29
Duly filled Form 30
Copy of valid insurance certificate
Copy of address proof of buyer
Valid Pollution under Control Certificate.
Copy of PAN card
Duly filled Form 34 and Form 35 in case of hypothecated cases.
Permits surrender slip from S.T.A./R.T.A. (For commercial vehicles).
Offer Letter in the buyer's name (For commercial vehicles).
Valid Fitness certificate (For commercial vehicles).
Every vehicle owner in Andhra Pradesh must have a valid motor insurance policy for his/her vehicle. Third-party insurance is mandatory coverage while comprehensive vehicle insurance is the recommended one.
If you want to purchase a car insurance policy for a vehicle registered in Andhra Pradesh, you can follow these steps:
Visit the homepage of Policybazaar Insurance Brokers Private Limited and select
Select the ‘Car Insurance’ option
Enter your car number on the given form and proceed further
From the list of RTOs in Andhra Pradesh, find your RTO
Select your car’s make, model, fuel type, variant and registration year
From the given four-wheeler insurance plans, choose the desired policy along with additional covers
Select rest of the details like NCB reward, claim details, and
Pay the premium amount as per desired payment mode
The policy copy will be sent to your registered email address
You will need the following documents to change your address in your RC in Andhra Pradesh:
No, you cannot drive without a motor insurance policy in Andhra Padesh. As per the motor laws, having a motor insurance policy is a mandatory requirement to drive legally on Indian roads.
You can download the soft copy of your four-wheeler insurance policy either from the insurer’s website or from Policybazaar.com.
A registration certificate is valid for 15 years after which you have to get your RC renewed from your RTO.
Yes. To get a special number in Andhra Pradesh, you will be required to submit an application form to the concerned authority at the RTO. The allotment will then be done through public auction and the numbers will be allotted accordingly.
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