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Sir, I am in going to purchase 2nd hand car (swift, Euro-3, 2008 model) which is registered in Uttar Pradesh (UP15). Now, I have come to know that it will not be registered at all in delhi.
Plz suggest me ASAP that should i purchase it or not.
I too have heard so. But I suggest you to ascertain/verify the facts from some reliable source in Delhi RTO - there could be some provision (not sure).
However, in case it cannot be registered at all & if you are to stay at Delhi itself, it would not be prudent to buy this car - buy a car that is Delhi registered.
I am coming from Bangalore and would be registering my vehicle with BS3 norms at Delhi.
Anyone having any RTO agent phone number then please let me know.
Thankyou so much for the help -
I bought my ex-employer's car at Bangalore and transferred ownership @ Bangalore itself. Then I moved to Chennai and re-registered in Chennai by paying the life time road tax.
Please let me know whether I can get the refund at Bangalore (even though the original road tax was paid by my comany). Will the refund order be in my name or my ex-company's name?!
I have processed all the necessary documentation like CRTI etc and awaiting refund order from Bangalore.
Looking forward for response from this group.
Ref your previous reply " You need to get an NOC from Dehradun RTO in favour of Surat RTO & get it re-registered at Surat within 3 months from the date of NOC - based on the life-time tax paid earlier at Surat.
I'll enquire tomorrow locally & confirm. "
I 've obtained a certificate from Surat RTO that i've not claimed refund from surat, but i'm not clear about procedure to be adopted at Bharuch RTO (where I 'm required to reregister the vehicle in view of residence falling in Bharuch district), can u please guide
@Manish, I don't think there should be any problem in re-registering the vehicle in Bharuch based on the certificate issued by Surat RTO that the taxes stand paid.
@Jk, for use exceeding 3 months to 1 year, 1-year tax is payable & the vehicle can be used as it is (you can drive on Delhi no.). Re-registration & paying of life-time taxes arises if the stay exceeds 1 year.
I read the thread and found the information useful. Thanks.
I have a UP (noida) registered car bought few months ago. Now I am moving to Chennai. When I enquired the transfer procedure, I was told that entry tax of 12.5% and road tax of 8% is applicable. This is like 20% of the cost of the vehicle!!! Can some one confirm if its so bad out there in Tamilnadu?