Regional Transport Office or RTO Karnataka is a government organisation that facilitates the issuance of registration certificates (RC) and driving licenses to vehicles plying in Karnataka. Find RTO Karnataka details and office address by simply entering your car number.
|RTO City||RTO Code|
|Bangalore||KA01, KA03, KA04, KA05, KA41, KA51, KA52, KA53|
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The temporary registration number given by the RTO is only valid for a maximum period of one month. Thus, in order to complete the mandatory registration of the vehicle, you must get a permanent registration certificate from the concerned RTO. Here are the documents you will need for the same:
Form 20 (application form)
Form 21 (sales certificate)
Form 22 (road-worthiness certificate)
Valid vehicle insurance
Temporary registration certificate
Custom clearance certificate (imported vehicle)
Copy of PN card or declaration
Sales certificate (for ex-army vehicles)
Follow the steps mentioned below to obtain a permanent RC from Karnataka RTO:
To apply for permanent registration in Karnataka RTO, fill and submit Form 20 to the concerned authority
Select whether your vehicle was hypothecated, if yes, then provide hypothecation details
Confirm which type of registration number you want
Confirm the usage of smart card/ HSRP card
Pay registration fees as per Rule 81
Pay specified taxes
Once all the documents have been successfully submitted, a permanent RC will be issued.
A permanent RC is valid for a period of 15 years. For the continuous use of your RC, you must renew it within 60 days of its registration. Here is how you can apply for RC renewal in Karnataka RTO:
Fill in Form 25 to apply for RC renewal in Karnataka RTO
Submit the rest of the documents if needed
Pay the due taxes if any
Pay the appropriate fees for renewal
Since the RC will be renewed on the basis of your vehicle's health, you will be required to take it to the respective RTO for inspection. After which the RC will be renewed.
Below-mentioned are the documents needed for RC renewal in Karnataka:
Copy of PAN card or Form 60 and 61
Chassis & Engine Pencil Print
Upto date road tax paid
There can be certain scenarios when a vehicle’s ownership can be transferred. These can be the death of the owner, the sale of the vehicle or sale in a public auction. Following are the documents you will need to transfer the ownership of the vehicle under any of the above-mentioned scenarios:
Duly filled and signed Form 29,30,31
Copy of valid insurance certificate
Copy of PUC certificate
Copy of address proof of the buyer
Valid identity proof
PAN of seller and buyer
Passport size photo
NOC from the bank if the vehicle was hypothecated
In case of death, original copy of death certificate of the owner
Affidavit by the applicant and other legal heirs
Verification of vehicle Form 20
Succession certificate issued by SDM
Sale certificate form 21 issued by the Auctioning Deptt (in case of the public auction)
Certified copy of the order of the State or Central Govt (in case of public auction)
Application Form 32 (in case of public auction)
Applicable Road tax
Applicable Registration/Re-registration fee
To drive on the roads of Karnataka it is mandatory for every vehicle owner to have a valid vehicle insurance policy.
If you have purchased a car in Karnataka, here is how you can buy car insurance online for the same:
Visit the homepage of Policbazaar.com and select the ‘Car Insurance’ option
Enter your car number or select any of the other two options
From the given table, select your car RTO in Karnataka
Select rest of the details like your car model, make, variant and registration year
You will now be able to find car insurance quotes of multiple insurers
Out of these plans, select the desired plan along with any additional cover that you wish to add
Now pay the premium amount via desired payment mode
Once you have successfully paid the premium amount, your car insurance policy document will be mailed to you.
Yes. If you have purchased a vehicle in Karnataka, you can easily get it registered under any of the RTO’s present in Karnataka.
You will need to apply for a change in address in your RC to the concerned RTO with the following documents:
Submit all the aforementioned documents alongwith the specified fees to the concerned RTO to get the address changed in your RC.
Yes, you can renew your car insurance policy online after comparing plans of multiple insurers on Policybazaar.com.
Yes, you can download the RC of your vehicle online on the Parivahan portal or from the state’s transport website.
A duplicate RC can be obtained in case the old one is torn, mutilated or lost. Here are the documents you will need to get a duplicate RC for your vehicle:
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