Let us now take a look at the process of transfer of vehicle registration from one state to another state. This is the process that needs to be followed if you are moving from one state to another.
For example, if you are shifting from Mumbai to Delhi, you will need to re-register your Vehicle in the city you are moving to.
Further, this process has to be completed before you get a No-Objection Certificate from the city where your vehicle has been originally registered.
To complete the transfer of your vehicle’s registration, you will need to follow the process explained below:
Step 1 – Get the No Objection Certificate from the Bank (if you have availed a loan)
If you have a vehicle loan, you will first need to obtain a NOC from your bank. This will require you to visit the bank and submit documents like the address proof in the new city, your reason for transfer, etc. The bank will process your request and then grant you the NOC.
Step 2 – Obtain a NOC from the Regional Transport Office where your Vehicle was Registered
After obtaining the lender NOC, you will need to avail the NOC from your RTO. For instance, if you are moving from Mumbai to Delhi, you will need to obtain the NOC from Mumbai RTO. For this, you will have to submit Form 27 and 28 and the NOC copy obtained from your bank.
You will also need to submit the documents mentioned below:
- NOC application for transferring your vehicle from one state to the other.
- Documents like registration certificate, insurance policy documents, tax documents, PUC certificate.
- Chassis imprint from the vehicle.
- Copies of CMV Form 28.
After obtaining the NOC from your RTO, you can move the registration of your vehicle from your state to the new state.
Step 3 – Re-Registering Your Vehicle in the New City
After transferring your vehicle successfully, you will need to undertake steps to get it re-registered in the new state.
Most of the country’s Regional Transport Offices allow a span of 6 months during which the owner can carry out the process of registration.
For the registration, you will first need to locate your nearest RTO office and submit an application along with the following documents:
- Your original RC copy.
- The copy of your vehicle insurance policy.
- Copy of the No Objection Certificates you have already received from your lender, previous RTO, etc.
- Form 29 and Form 30 for re-registering your vehicle.
- Certificate for undertaking emission tests.
- Passport size photographs.
- Local address proof.
- Applicable RTO charges for transfer of vehicles.
- After submitting the documents successfully, your RTO will process your application and issue you with the fresh certification within a few days.