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Car Registration Charges in India. RTO Road Tax, Fees on New Car Purchase


Comparison of Passenger Car Registration Charges Across Multiple States in India. Road Tax, Fees with RTO Rules to Calculate On Road Price of Car

 

Car Registration Road Tax Slabs

RTO Charges are based on the Ex-showroom Price in India. The discounts, as received by the customer are not taken into account, but a flat fees basis the applicable slab is applied on to the Ex-showroom Price to calculate Registration Cost on New Car

While Registering a Car - a Vehicle Owner Pays in :-

» Registration Charges - Vehicle registration Charges are now revised to Rs 600 as per revision done in Central Motor Vehicle Act in Jan 2017

» Hypothecation Charges - If a loan is availed on the vehicle, then HP Processing charges are now Rs 1500

» Number Plate - Now most of the Cities / States have High Security Number Plate. HSRP Number Plate also costs in range of Rs 230 to 400

» Road Tax - Slabs mentioned in Table as Taxes applicable to payable to State Government for registering Vehicle in State

Below are the RTO Charges presented in tabular format across various States, Cities in India

 

New Car Registration Slabs - Road Taxes Applicable

 
   
City / State Road Tax Fees for New Car Registration
Delhi - Individual Registration Price Upto Rs. 6 Lac - Petrol Cars - 4%, Diesel Cars - 5%
  Price between 6 Lac - 10 Lac - Petrol Cars - 7%, Diesel Cars - 8.75%
  Price > Rs. 10 Lac as Exshowroom Cost - Petrol Cars - 10%, Diesel Cars - 12.5%
   
Delhi - Company Registration (Where Car Registered in name of Firm - Proprietorship / Partnership / Pvt Ltd / Ltd etc) Price Upto Rs 6 Lac - Petrol Cars - 5%, Diesel Cars - 6.25%
  Price between 6 Lac - 10 Lac - Petrol Cars - 8.75%, Diesel Cars - 10.94%
  Price > Rs. 10 Lac as Exshowroom Cost - Petrol Cars - 12.5%, Diesel Cars - 15.63%
  + MCD Parking Charges of Rs. 2000 for cars priced under 4 Lakh and Rs. 4000 for rest of the vehicles. Visit My car helpline for best deals
 
   
U.P (Uttar Pradesh) 8% If Price < 10 Lakh, else 10% Road Tax. No separate classification of Petrol, Diesel
Ghaziabad, Noida, Kanpur, Meerut, Agra etc Additional Temporary Charges of Rs. 1500
  For used cars >15 years, new Green Tax Introduced in UP, Chargeable at time of renewal of registration. Green Tax Slabs yet to be known, it will be in addition to charges for Re-Registration + Smart Card
   
Haryana - last revised on 1st June 2015 Price Upto Rs. 6 Lac - 5%
Faridabad, Gurgaon etc Price between Rs. 6 Lac - 20 Lac - 8%
  Price above 20 Lac - 10%
   
Maharastra  
Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Navi Mumbai etc Price < 10 Lakh - CNG @ 7%, Petrol @ 11%, Diesel @ 13%
 updated on 4th July 2017 Price between 10 Lakh - 20 Lakh - Petrol @ 12%, Diesel @ 14%
  Price Above 20 Lakh - Petrol @ 13%, Diesel @ 15%
  Additional: If car bought in Company Name or bought by any Ltd or Pvt Ltd company, RTO Slabs would be double the slabs above. Starting GST - No Octroi and No LBT will be applicable
   
Andhra Pradesh Price < 10 Lakh - 12%
Hyderabad, Vijayawada ect Price > 10 Lakh - 14%
  Additional : 2% RTO Tax, if buying 2nd Vehicle in same name and getting it Registered in A.P
   
   
Kerala Price < 5 Lakh - 6%
Calicut, Cochin, Trivandrum, Thrissur etc. Price between 5 - 10 Lakh - 8%
  Price > 10 Lakh, but Less than 15 Lakh - 10%
  Price > 15 Lakh but less than 20 Lakh - 15%
  Price > 20 Lakh - 20%
   
Karnataka Price < 5 Lakh - 13%
Bangalore, Mysore Price between 5 - 10 Lakh - 14%
  Price between 10 - 20 Lakh - 17%
  Price > 20 Lakh - 18%
   
West Bengal - Kolkata (One Time Tax for 5 Years) - whichever higher 5.5% or Rs 17500 in 800 cc Cars 
  5.5% or Rs 25000 in between 800cc to 1490cc Cars
  5.5% or Rs 35000 in between 1490 to 1999cc Cars
  5.5% or Rs 45000 in above > 2000cc Cars
   
West Bengal - Kolkata (LifeTime Tax for 15 Years) - whichever higher 10% or Rs 40000 in 800 cc Cars 
  10% or Rs 55000 in between 800cc to 1490cc Cars
  10% or Rs 80000 in between 1490 to 1999cc Cars
  10% or Rs 1 Lakh in above > 2000cc Cars
   
Chandigarh All Cars Priced uptil 20 Lakh - 6%
  Above 20 Lakh - 8%
   
Punjab Flat 8% of Ex-showroom price of car, irrespective of Value or Fuel Type
   
Gujarat Road Tax will be approx 6% (Individuals Cases) and 12% (For Company). For CKD Imported Cars - Road Tax will be Double the rates of CBU Cars.
Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara etc Additional: Municipality Tax
  Even - an additional VAT Duty will be applicable at rate of 5% on buying SUV and Luxury Cars in Company Name and thus will be Ex-showroom price different on Buying Cars in Individual Name and Company Name
   
Rajasthan 7% - 9% (for Petrol Cars)
Jaipur, Alwar, Bikaner, Ajmer etc 10% - 11% (for Diesel Cars)
   
Bihar 7% (For Cars Priced under 8 Lakh)
Patna, Gaya etc 13% (For Cars Priced above 8 Lakh)
   
Uttarakhand Price Upto 10 Lakh - 6%
Dehradun, Rishikesh Above 10 Lakh - 8%
   
   
Himachal Pradesh Cars less than 1000cc - 2.5%
Shimla, Solan Cars greater than 1000cc - 3%
   
Pondicherry (Puducherry)  Minimum Rs 8000 Tax for Cars under Rs 5 Lakh
  Rs 11K for Cars in 5 Lakh - 8 Lakh
  Rs 15K for Cars in 8 Lakh - 15 Lakh
  Rs 60K Flat Road Tax for Cars above Rs 15 Lakh - 20 Lakh
  Rs 1.1 Lakh Flat Road Tax for Cars in Rs 20 Lakh - 30 Lakh
  Rs 1.25 Lakh for Cars above Rs 30 Lakh
   
Madhya Pradesh - MP  
Indore & other cities in MP 7% Flat at Exshowroom Price of Vehicle
   
   
Goa 9% for Cars less than 6 Lakh
  11% for Car at Exshowroom Price from 6 Lakh till 9.99 Lakh
  12% for Car costing 10 Lakh and more
  Infrastructure Cess: Additional applicable on Cars Priced above 10 Lakh. Rs. 12,000 < 10 to 20 Lakh. 40,000 < 20 - 40 Lakh. 75,000 < 40 - 60 Lakh. 1,00,000 > 60 Lakh

 

Disclaimer Though have tried to put in correct figures, still the figures are subject to change and could not be 100% Authenticate due to manual error

 

Section 47 of Motor Vehicle Act

There have been instances in the past (even though few) including high end luxury cars like Porsche been impounded as resident of the state have taken registration mark of another state. This is due to the fact of Section 47 of Motor Vehicle Act, due to which vehicle owner had to apply for registration of his home state by again paying for RTO Charges.

Section 47 States : When a motor vehicle registered in one State has been kept in another State, for a period > 12 months, the owner of the vehicle need to apply in respective local RTO in State for the assignment of a new registration mark of that state

However its exception in some states, For example: Section 3 of Karnataka Motor Vehicle Act says that if you owe a vehicle in state for 6 months or more, the vehicle owner need to pay applicable Road Tax, and required to get the vehicle re-registered with Karnataka number. So - its advisable to check on, with local state laws - if you planning to move your car to a different state.

 

Press Release (Ministry of Road Transport & Highways)

Excerpt from Press Release on 35th Meeting of TDC (Transport Development Council) held in October 2013 - Release ID - 100216 stating - resolution passed in the meeting

- On 2-wheelers, on interstate movement of vehicles permanently, full tax will be levied in new state if vehicle is less than 2 year old with refund from original state, but no tax in new state will be levied if vehicle is more than 2 year old. Whereas, on interstate movement of vehicle temporarily, no tax will be levied. 

On cars and LMV, on interstate movement of vehicles. 

- Full tax in new state will be levied if vehicle is less than 2 year old with refund from original state. 

- Tax will be levied on luxury car / LMV (having sale price of Rs. 10 Lakhs or more) at a discounted rate depending on age of car with refund from original state. 

- Refund and tax calculation structure will be common across the states with suitable common discount rates. 

 

Documents for Car Registration

Basic and Most Important Document is Address Proof.  Some States ask for 1 copy of address and some even ask for 2 copies of Address Proof

However - Address Proof means a Valid Address Proof as per RTO Office definition - a residence proof document as issued by Centre / State or Utility Bills. 

Some of them are :- Electricity Bill, Water Bill, Election Card, Aadhaar UID Card, 6 Month Old Nationalized Bank Account Statement having Address, Passport, Telephone Bill Copy of BSNL or MTNL. LIC Policy Copy etc

Along with it is required Valid ID Proof - which could be one of above having Photograph or Driving License, PAN Card copy etc.

 

If you have updated info about RTO Slabs of some cities / states - do not miss to write back in comments

 


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Comments 173

Guest - Mandy on Friday, 11 April 2014 15:09

hey began ....I have bought Skoda superb last week from Mumbai....I live in jalandhar.... I didn't want to change the no. and rto as I have to pay tax...somewhat 2 lacs...what's the fun of this.... please advice me -- should I register or continue my car with that no....is there any problem if I continue with same registered no. of Maharashtra... reply me soon

hey began ....I have bought Skoda superb last week from Mumbai....I live in jalandhar.... I didn't want to change the no. and rto as I have to pay tax...somewhat 2 lacs...what's the fun of this.... please advice me -- should I register or continue my car with that no....is there any problem if I continue with same registered no. of Maharashtra... reply me soon
Guest - kiran on Friday, 28 March 2014 12:45

i want to procure october 2011 / Verna / private / Hariyana( Gurgaon) passing car at mumbai panvel.
Retail invoice value is 9,45,000 Rs.

What charges i need to pay like tax etc.

i want to procure october 2011 / Verna / private / Hariyana( Gurgaon) passing car at mumbai panvel. Retail invoice value is 9,45,000 Rs. What charges i need to pay like tax etc.
Guest - khan on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 15:16

i purchased TATA Indigoecs model 2011 form Utra khand and want to register at my name at Patiala Punjab. Can u tell me how much fee and taxes are applicable and what is the procedure

i purchased TATA Indigoecs model 2011 form Utra khand and want to register at my name at Patiala Punjab. Can u tell me how much fee and taxes are applicable and what is the procedure
Guest - Bopanna on Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:10

Hi,
I am the second owner of a car. When i moved from Pune to Bangalore, i got NOC from Pune RTO and got it transferred to Karnataka. I paid the tax in Karnataka. When i approach the RTO Pune for refund through an agent, they are saying that the refund will be given in the name of the 1st owner only.
The car is registered in my name, i have taken the NOC and i have paid the tax in Karnataka. How do i get the refund in my name? Kindly advice.

Hi, I am the second owner of a car. When i moved from Pune to Bangalore, i got NOC from Pune RTO and got it transferred to Karnataka. I paid the tax in Karnataka. When i approach the RTO Pune for refund through an agent, they are saying that the refund will be given in the name of the 1st owner only. The car is registered in my name, i have taken the NOC and i have paid the tax in Karnataka. How do i get the refund in my name? Kindly advice.
Guest - Abhinay on Sunday, 23 March 2014 11:22

Hi Gagan

I bought my car in 2009 at Kolkata. The road tax paid for was for a period of 5 years and it expired last week.

I have now got transferred to Hyderabad. I intend to drive down from Kolkata to Hyderabad in my car.

Since the road tax has expired already, do I have to do the renewal in Kolkata fisrt, and then pay the tax again in Hyderabad ? Or is it possible for me to pay the tax directly in Hyderabad.

Can you please advise ?

Regards
Abhinay

Hi Gagan I bought my car in 2009 at Kolkata. The road tax paid for was for a period of 5 years and it expired last week. I have now got transferred to Hyderabad. I intend to drive down from Kolkata to Hyderabad in my car. Since the road tax has expired already, do I have to do the renewal in Kolkata fisrt, and then pay the tax again in Hyderabad ? Or is it possible for me to pay the tax directly in Hyderabad. Can you please advise ? Regards Abhinay
Guest - kartikay sharma on Thursday, 20 March 2014 20:37

My uncle has a wagon R registered in Rajasthan 2003 model , i live in ghaziabad and want to transfer the car in my name asim buying it from him. can u tellme approximately how much willit cost me?? and what all documents are required

My uncle has a wagon R registered in Rajasthan 2003 model , i live in ghaziabad and want to transfer the car in my name asim buying it from him. can u tellme approximately how much willit cost me?? and what all documents are required
Guest - rudra on Thursday, 20 March 2014 19:49

Sir, I am planning to buy a car in Gujarat, and register it in Maharashtra. Is it advisable, and what will be the documenst required

Sir, I am planning to buy a car in Gujarat, and register it in Maharashtra. Is it advisable, and what will be the documenst required
Guest - Arup on Thursday, 20 March 2014 16:50

Hello ,,
I have a query regarding transfer of n
Registration of Vehicle brought From Other State To Maharashtra(R.M.A.)...... i have a car in Jharkhand which costs around 7 lac ,but i want to bring it to pune.... can u just tell me the the tax fee for vehicle transfer to pune.

Arup

Hello ,, I have a query regarding transfer of n Registration of Vehicle brought From Other State To Maharashtra(R.M.A.)...... i have a car in Jharkhand which costs around 7 lac ,but i want to bring it to pune.... can u just tell me the the tax fee for vehicle transfer to pune. Arup
Gagan Modi on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 07:52

@ arpo - Its generally done on depreciated value as assessed by RTO Officer (general slab is 6% to 8%). Road Tax is 9% for Petrol, 11% for Diesel
@ meg - as long as you have address proof of Haryana, there are no legal implication, you can very well drive and owe the car in NCR

@ arpo - Its generally done on depreciated value as assessed by RTO Officer (general slab is 6% to 8%). Road Tax is 9% for Petrol, 11% for Diesel @ meg - as long as you have address proof of Haryana, there are no legal implication, you can very well drive and owe the car in NCR
Guest - meg on Friday, 14 March 2014 13:48

Actually we don't hv a permanent address. Dealer is getting it done. :( permanent address is that of Delhi only.

Actually we don't hv a permanent address. Dealer is getting it done. :( permanent address is that of Delhi only.
Guest - sanjiv on Friday, 07 March 2014 14:55

Dear Gagan, hi, Inspite of HC ruling dealers are still asking for Parking charges ( apprx 4k) and Handling charges( apprx 6.5k) on new car purchase.is there a way out on this. some circular, guidelines to counter this, thanks, wrgds,sanjiv

Dear Gagan, hi, Inspite of HC ruling dealers are still asking for Parking charges ( apprx 4k) and Handling charges( apprx 6.5k) on new car purchase.is there a way out on this. some circular, guidelines to counter this, thanks, wrgds,sanjiv
Gagan Modi on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 08:10

Hello,
Supreme Court came up heavily 2 yrs back - when one of the buyer file a PIL stating that 'Dealer Logistics Charges' as unethical
The basic crux of Petition was - Dealer can not charge anything over and above car price, registration

The Verdict as (Source:- http://indiankanoon.org/doc/81636548/)
" The respondents No.1&2 Transport Department / GNCTD while empowering the vehicle dealers to also register the vehicles are to only ensure that no service charges, commission etc. 'for such registration' are W.P.(C) No.8408/2011 Page 4 of 6 charged"

" The dealers deny the extras to be on account of providing the services of registration and claim the same to be on other accounts. The respondents No.1&2 as aforesaid have no authority to intervene in the charge by the dealers even if illegal of the said extras so long as they are not on account of commission or for providing service of registration. The said question thus becomes a question of fact to be adjudicated on a case to case basis and no general direction with respect thereto can be issued in this public interest litigation."

"We accordingly dispose of this writ petition with the direction that in the event of the respondents No.1&2 Transport Department / GNCTD receiving any complaint of any vehicle dealer charging anything extra / commission from the vehicle purchaser for providing the services of registration, the respondents No.1&2 shall enquire into the said complaint and if find any merit therein, shall take action in accordance with law against such vehicle dealers."

Dealers have changed the name and instead of 'Logistics' are now charging 'Parking fees', 'Vehicle Handling Charges', 'Stock Yard, Warehousing, Driver Charges for bring car to showroom' and etc.

There was a piblic notification - which came from Transport Department in Delhi (in December '11 - before the Supreme Court Verdict), copy enclosed herewith
http://www.mycarhelpline.com/images/easyblog_images/128/b2ap3_thumbnail_Transport-Deptt-Notice.jpg

However the notification states as - 'Not authorized by Manufacturer'

Dealers have now changed the name of Dubious 'Logistics charges' and termed it as 'fuel expenses, driver and parking expense, & other service related charges" in the Proforma Price List.

Also - If you visit a dealer now - he may claim that the charges constitutes as part of on road cost and welcome buyer to may even speak to manufacturer - as these are one which even a manufacturer will not deny or call it unauthorized !!!

Hello, Supreme Court came up heavily 2 yrs back - when one of the buyer file a PIL stating that 'Dealer Logistics Charges' as unethical The basic crux of Petition was - Dealer can not charge anything over and above car price, registration The Verdict as (Source:- http://indiankanoon.org/doc/81636548/) " The respondents No.1&2 Transport Department / GNCTD while empowering the vehicle dealers to also register the vehicles are to only ensure that no service charges, commission etc. 'for such registration' are W.P.(C) No.8408/2011 Page 4 of 6 charged" " The dealers deny the extras to be on account of providing the services of registration and claim the same to be on other accounts. The respondents No.1&2 as aforesaid have no authority to intervene in the charge by the dealers even if illegal of the said extras so long as they are not on account of commission or for providing service of registration. The said question thus becomes a question of fact to be adjudicated on a case to case basis and no general direction with respect thereto can be issued in this public interest litigation." "We accordingly dispose of this writ petition with the direction that in the event of the respondents No.1&2 Transport Department / GNCTD receiving any complaint of any vehicle dealer charging anything extra / commission from the vehicle purchaser for providing the services of registration, the respondents No.1&2 shall enquire into the said complaint and if find any merit therein, shall take action in accordance with law against such vehicle dealers." Dealers have changed the name and instead of 'Logistics' are now charging 'Parking fees', 'Vehicle Handling Charges', 'Stock Yard, Warehousing, Driver Charges for bring car to showroom' and etc. There was a piblic notification - which came from Transport Department in Delhi (in December '11 - before the Supreme Court Verdict), copy enclosed herewith [img]http://www.mycarhelpline.com/images/easyblog_images/128/b2ap3_thumbnail_Transport-Deptt-Notice.jpg[/img] However the notification states as - 'Not authorized by Manufacturer' Dealers have now changed the name of Dubious 'Logistics charges' and termed it as 'fuel expenses, driver and parking expense, & other service related charges" in the Proforma Price List. Also - If you visit a dealer now - he may claim that the charges constitutes as part of on road cost and welcome buyer to may even speak to manufacturer - as these are one which even a manufacturer will not deny or call it unauthorized !!!
Guest - meg on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 17:06

Hi, we are planning to buy Honda amaze and are thinking of getting it registered from faridabad as reg tax in Delhi is high. Are there any legal implications of doing so?? What are the challenges that can be faced after doing so.

Hi, we are planning to buy Honda amaze and are thinking of getting it registered from faridabad as reg tax in Delhi is high. Are there any legal implications of doing so?? What are the challenges that can be faced after doing so.
Guest - arpro on Sunday, 02 March 2014 18:31

Hi, I had bought a car for about 7.79L (ex-showroom) in June 2011 & got it registered in Punjab. Now I want to shift to Thane (Mumbai) & want to register the car over there. Can you please confirm on the approx fees involved in this transfer?

Hi, I had bought a car for about 7.79L (ex-showroom) in June 2011 & got it registered in Punjab. Now I want to shift to Thane (Mumbai) & want to register the car over there. Can you please confirm on the approx fees involved in this transfer?
Guest - Kishore Kumar on Friday, 28 February 2014 09:45

Hi All,

I am going to purchase a Santro (2011 model) from my borther in law and he works in defence, So when he bought the car he had option for yearly payment of road tax. But he could not pay the road tax after that. Now since i am planning to buy it from him looking to clear everything. Would anyone know how much i would have to pay and how do i pay.

Place - Bangalore, Date of Purchase - 26/08/2011, Cost - 340000.

Hi All, I am going to purchase a Santro (2011 model) from my borther in law and he works in defence, So when he bought the car he had option for yearly payment of road tax. But he could not pay the road tax after that. Now since i am planning to buy it from him looking to clear everything. Would anyone know how much i would have to pay and how do i pay. Place - Bangalore, Date of Purchase - 26/08/2011, Cost - 340000.
Gagan Modi on Thursday, 27 February 2014 09:25

@ Sandeep Kukreti - Pl refer RTO Charges in blog post. It will be done on depreciated value as assessed by RTO Officer
@ Vikram - yes converting a private car into commercial is possible. You need to get re-registered with a commercial number and pay road tax basis same. Later on claim refund for pro-rata road tax on private number
@ Arpit - Yes you can claim refund of road tax paid on pro rata basis from Karnataka RTO - Dox :- New & Old RC Xerox, New & Old Insurance Xerox, Chassis Number Imprint, RTO form 16, ID & Address Proof, Req letter for refund
@ Krishan Kant - This is due to Vat difference & temporary charges. But 2% looks high. Is dealer charging some commission or service charge - pl ask him for breakup of road tax collected
@ Pankaj - Been the state remains same - it does not seem difficult for buying a Gzb registered car in Noida. However Rental Agreement solely is not accepted as address proof. Can you get in one more address proof - Election Card, Aadhaar UID Card, Change Address in A/c Statement or LIC Policy Copy. or Else contact a local rto broker

@ Sandeep Kukreti - Pl refer RTO Charges in blog post. It will be done on depreciated value as assessed by RTO Officer @ Vikram - yes converting a private car into commercial is possible. You need to get re-registered with a commercial number and pay road tax basis same. Later on claim refund for pro-rata road tax on private number @ Arpit - Yes you can claim refund of road tax paid on pro rata basis from Karnataka RTO - Dox :- New & Old RC Xerox, New & Old Insurance Xerox, Chassis Number Imprint, RTO form 16, ID & Address Proof, Req letter for refund @ Krishan Kant - This is due to Vat difference & temporary charges. But 2% looks high. Is dealer charging some commission or service charge - pl ask him for breakup of road tax collected @ Pankaj - Been the state remains same - it does not seem difficult for buying a Gzb registered car in Noida. However Rental Agreement solely is not accepted as address proof. Can you get in one more address proof - Election Card, Aadhaar UID Card, Change Address in A/c Statement or LIC Policy Copy. or Else contact a local rto broker
Guest - HARI KATIGHAR on Wednesday, 19 March 2014 13:11

Sir i have sold my old vehicle on 28/02/2014 and the purchaser has registered the vehicle on his name on 11/03/2014.
and i have purchased a new vehicle on 03/03/2014 and went to register on 12/03/2014 but the RTO office people said to pay additional 5 % of tax again then only i can registered on my name otherwise not

kindly help me in this regard

Sir i have sold my old vehicle on 28/02/2014 and the purchaser has registered the vehicle on his name on 11/03/2014. and i have purchased a new vehicle on 03/03/2014 and went to register on 12/03/2014 but the RTO office people said to pay additional 5 % of tax again then only i can registered on my name otherwise not kindly help me in this regard
Guest - Pankaj Mishra on Thursday, 27 February 2014 00:37

Hi Gagan,

I am buying a second hand car. The car is registered on Ghaziabad address and I am staying in Noida in a rented apartment. As an address proof I only have rental agreement. Can you please assist me as if there is any possibility to transfer RC on my name with the available address proof. What are the alternatives if the rental agreement is not enough for the address proof. Will Ghaziabad to Noida transfer is very complex and time consuming? Also any idea as how much this will cost to me?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Thanks
Pankaj

Hi Gagan, I am buying a second hand car. The car is registered on Ghaziabad address and I am staying in Noida in a rented apartment. As an address proof I only have rental agreement. Can you please assist me as if there is any possibility to transfer RC on my name with the available address proof. What are the alternatives if the rental agreement is not enough for the address proof. Will Ghaziabad to Noida transfer is very complex and time consuming? Also any idea as how much this will cost to me? Thanks in advance for your help. Thanks Pankaj
Guest - Krishan Kant on Tuesday, 25 February 2014 22:32

Hi Gagan,

I am living in Gurgaon and want to buy a Car from Delhi because i am getting better deal there.
But when i checked about Registration charges from Delhi Dealer then he is quoting regn. fee @ 8% whereas in Haryana it is 6%?
I am buying Honda Amaze (diesel) SMT variant with ex-showroom of 669500/-.
Please confirm why regn. fee is higher than actual when you buy car from other state and regn. in home state?

Hi Gagan, I am living in Gurgaon and want to buy a Car from Delhi because i am getting better deal there. But when i checked about Registration charges from Delhi Dealer then he is quoting regn. fee @ 8% whereas in Haryana it is 6%? I am buying Honda Amaze (diesel) SMT variant with ex-showroom of 669500/-. Please confirm why regn. fee is higher than actual when you buy car from other state and regn. in home state?
Guest - Arpit Agrawal on Monday, 24 February 2014 16:12

Hi Gagan,
I am Arpit , based out in Singapore now. earlier was in bangalore. Last July 2013, i have purchased a new ford figo (Diesel) on which i paid around 95k as road tax. The time, i was leaving india (Dec 2013), i have applied for transfer my vehicle from karnatka to madhya Pradesh(Home State). I got NOC as well as all required documents to get vehicle transferred as well as get registered in Madhya pradesh. Registration process in MP is in Progress.

Now my question is since i have paid life time road tax to karnataka RTO and now paying it again to Madhya Pradesh RTO (I am not concerning about registration charges,only abt Road tax). Once my vehicle is registered in MP, can i claim for a refund of Road tax from Karnataka RTO. Do we have such kind of facility or Policy?

Hi Gagan, I am Arpit , based out in Singapore now. earlier was in bangalore. Last July 2013, i have purchased a new ford figo (Diesel) on which i paid around 95k as road tax. The time, i was leaving india (Dec 2013), i have applied for transfer my vehicle from karnatka to madhya Pradesh(Home State). I got NOC as well as all required documents to get vehicle transferred as well as get registered in Madhya pradesh. Registration process in MP is in Progress. Now my question is since i have paid life time road tax to karnataka RTO and now paying it again to Madhya Pradesh RTO (I am not concerning about registration charges,only abt Road tax). Once my vehicle is registered in MP, can i claim for a refund of Road tax from Karnataka RTO. Do we have such kind of facility or Policy?
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