What should I do before bringing my car to Bangalore?
Before you bring your vehicle to Bangalore, NOC from parent RTO is required to be obtained. No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the original Registered Transport Office in CMV Form 28 is to be taken.
Police report from a police station at your hometown should also be taken to authenticate your records.
While transferring a vehicle from one state to another , NOC is required from the RTO where vehicle is registered . In case NOC has not been obtained at the time of migration, the registered owner is required to apply in CMV Form 28 (in quadruplicate) to the parent RTO along with documents for issue of NOC.In case, no reply is received from the previous RTO even after 30 days, the registered owner shall submit a copy of applied CMV Form 28, along with the postal acknowledgement for having submitted the required forms to previous RTO, and a declaration stating that the application for “NOC has neither been rejected nor any reply received from the previous registering authority” to whom the application has been made.
RTO works - Recently Asked Questions
If I bring my vehicle to Bangalore on 5/08/19 and I take back it to my home state on 12/12/2019 and again I bring my vehicle after some days and my vehicle keep on roaming here and there, then should I have to pay road tax or not ?
I have a vehicle which was registered in Karanataka, I moved to Gujarat for 2.5 years & re-register the vehicle there. Now I came back to Karnataka and want to re-register it in Karnataka. I have the road tax pay slip already. What should I do ?