How much should I pay if I got caught without re-registration of vehicle in Bangalore ?






Shinju Shinju
Answered on May 20,2018

If you have not applied for re-registration even after 11 months of entering Bangalore city, you will be penalised as per the rule under Section 44  and Section 177 of the Motor Vehicle Act. As per the rule, failure to register the vehicle for more than 11 months, can lead to penalty of Rs 100 for the first offense and Rs 300 for the second and any subsequent offences.   This is in addition to the tax that needs to have been paid from the vehicle’s time of entry, along with interest.


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