RTO or Regional transport office is a government organisation that manages the database of drivers and vehicles of all the states in India. The four major functions of an RTO include:
In order to be able to legally drive on public roads in India, one must have a valid Driving Licence and in order to do so, the first step is to procure a Learning Licenc [Read More]
Every state in India has a different website where people can go and pay their traffic challans. You will have to visit your state’s transport official website to pay a traffic challan. [Read More]
Buying a vehicle is a dream come true for many. If you are planning on buying a new vehicle, please note that you will be required to register it with your local RTO. RTO stands for “Regi [Read More]
With a view to overcome non-digitisation of registration records of cars, two-wheelers and transport vehicles, the transport department’s office has sought citizens’ help by launching & [Read More]
According to officials of the transport department, a notification will soon be issued to all the RTOs across Gujarat.
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WHAT THE RULES SAY
Guidelines for vehicle number plates under Central Motor Vehicle Rules
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The new Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019, not only increased fines for traffic violations but has also introduced several changes to other rules. They include new norms on vehicle recalls, road [Read More]
With an aim to provide the monetary benefit of Rs 10,000 to the self-owned auto drivers, the state government will launch the Vahana Mitra scheme.
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