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      RTO Odisha

      Regional Transport Office or RTO Odisha is a government organisation that facilitates the issuance of registration certificates (RC) and driving licenses to vehicles plying in Odisha. Find RTO Odisha details and office address by simply entering your car number.

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      List of Odisha RTO Code

      Odisha has more than 7 RTOs that carry out all transport-related activities in the state. Below is an RTO Odisha list along with their respective RTO codes.
      RTO City RTO Code
      Balasore OD01
      Bhubaneshwar OD02, OD02
      Bolangir OD03
      Chandikhol OD04
      Cuttack OD05
      Dhenkanal OD06

      Driving Without Insurance Fine in Nagaland

      To avoid legal issues and financial risks, make sure to have valid car insurance before driving on the roads of Odisha. It not only keeps you compliant with the motor laws but also provides financial protection to your car in case of accidents or damages.

      Driving Without Insurance

      Rs. 2,000 for the first offence

      Rs 4,000 for the second or subsequent offence

      Documents Required for Permanent Registration in Odisha RTO

      The validity of a temporary RC is of one month within which it needs to be made permanent. Here are the documents required to obtain a permanent registration certificate from Odisha RTO:

      Forms 20, 21 and 22

      PUC certificate

      Valid insurance certificate

      Address proof

      Original sales certificate in case of ex-army vehicle

      Custom clearance certificate

      Temporary registration certificate

      Form 34 (if the vehicle is hypothecated)

      Copy of PAN card or Form 60 and 61

      Passport size photographs (may be needed)

      Chassis and Engine Pencil print (may be needed)

      Dealer and manufacturer invoice (may be needed)

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      How to Get a Permanent Registration Certificate in Odisha?

      Here is how a vehicle owner can get a permanent registration certificate in Odisha RTO:

      Apply for a permanent certificate by submitting Form 20 to the concerned RTO

      Refer to the hypothecation process if the vehicle was hypothecated

      Confirm the type of registration number you want for your vehicle

      Confirm about the usage of smart card

      Pay the required fees depending on the type of number

      Pay the required taxes as per the Central Motor Vehicle rules

      In case you haven't applied for a temporary RC, make sure to apply for a temporary RC within 7 days from taking the delivery of the vehicle.

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      How to Renew Registration Certificate in Odisha RTO?

      The validity of a permanent RC is 15 years after which a vehicle owner should renew it within 60 days of the RC expiry date. Here are the steps to renew an RC in Odisha:

      Duly fill out Form 25 and submit it to the registration authority

      Pay due taxes of the vehicle

      Pay the required fees as per Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989

      The vehicle will also be inspected by the concerned inspecting authority and a renewal certificate will be issued.

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      Documents Required for Registration Certificate Renewal

      For registration certificate renewal in Odisha, a vehicle owner will be required to submit the following documents to the concerned RTO:

      Application in Form 25

      Pollution under control certificate

      R.C.Book

      Signature Identification of the owner

      Certificate of registration

      Insurance certificate

      Proof of the payment of up-to-date road tax paid

      Copy of PAN card or Form 60 & 61

      Chassis & Engine Pencil Print

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      Documents Required for Ownership Transfer in Odisha

      A vehicle’s ownership transfer can occur due to the sale of the vehicle in a public auction or normal sale. An ownership transfer can also happen if the owner of the vehicle dies. Here are the documents required for ownership transfer of a vehicle in Odisha:

      Form 29- in case of normal sale

      Form 30- normal sale

      Form 31 - In case of death

      Form 32 – public auction

      Affidavit from other legal heirs (death)

      Legal heir certificate (death)

      Valid insurance certificate

      Address proof

      Registration certificate

      PAN card/Form 60 and 61

      Photograph of the applicant (passport size as well)

      The certificate or order confirming the sale of the vehicle (public auction)

      Certified copy of the order of the Central Government or State Government authorising the auction of the vehicle (public auction)

      Pencil traced “Chassis and Engine Number”

      N.O.C. from the financer if the vehicle is under Hypothecation

      Form 28 which is the N.O.C. for a vehicle coming from other states.

      Transfer fees

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      How to Buy Vehicle Insurance in Odisha?

      For a motor vehicle to legally ply on Indian roads, it is essential to own a motor insurance policy. This rule is compulsory for every new or old vehicle and was introduced under the motor laws of India. To purchase motor insurance in Odisha, one can opt for offline and online methods of purchase.

      Below we have mentioned the online method of purchasing a car insurance policy from Policybazaar Insurance Brokers Private Limited:

      Visit the homepage of Policybazaar.com and select the ‘Car Insurance’ tab

      Enter your car number or select ‘Brand New Car’ option if your car is new

      Now select the RTO of your four-wheeler from the given Odisha RTO list

      Select car details like car make, model, variant, and registration year

      Once you have filled all the info, proceed with car insurance quotes

      Compare and choose the car policy that suits your needs. You can also select any additional cover that you want to add to your plan

      Once you have decided on your policy, proceed with premium payment

      Pay the premium amount via desired online payment mode

      After successful payment, your car insurance policy document will be sent to your email address.

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      Frequently asked question about RTO

      The details of a vehicle registered in Odisha can be obtained online from the Odisha Transport website or the Parivahan portal’s, ‘Know my Vehicle Details’ option.

      A duplicate RC can be issued in case the original one is lost, torn or mutilated. Here are the documents you will need for the same:

      • Application in Form 26
      • Police FIR for loss and theft of vehicle
      • Pollution under control certificate
      • Valid insurance certificate
      • Proof of residence
      • Attested copy of PAN Card or Form 60 & Form 61(as applicable) 
      • Chassis & Engine Pencil Print
      • Signature Identification of owner
      • Affidavit stating that RC is lost and has not been impounded

      To check the status of your driving license in Odisha, you can visit the official website of Odisha Transport and select the DL services option from the homepage.

      Yes, you can easily renew your car insurance policy online in just a few minutes on Policybazaar.com.

      You can get a hard copy of your RC online by following the below-mentioned steps:

      1. Visit the official website of the Parivahan portal
      2. Select the 'Vehicle Registration' option from the homepage
      3. Now select your State and respective RTO
      4. Click on Print Vehicle Registration Option
      5. Download your vehicle's RC and get it printed for further use.

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