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Haryana RTO

The Transport Department of Haryana is established under section 213 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. It implements and functions under the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

The Transport Department of Haryana is responsible for enforcement of the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1989, Haryana Motor Vehicles Rules, 1993, Carriage by Road Act 2007, Carriage by Road Rules 2011, Haryana Motor Vehicles Taxation Act, 2016, and Haryana Motor Vehicles Taxation Rules, 2016.

The Transport Department of Haryana offers different services to facilitate the welfare of road transport and safety, such as issuance license, registrations of vehicles, issuance of permits, etc.

Functions of Haryana Department

  • Registration of motor vehicles
  • Issuance of certificate of fitness to transport vehicles
  • To grant new permits and renewal of permits to transport vehicles
  • Issuance of driving and conductor licenses
  • Issuance of licenses to driving school
  • To grant permission to check pollution under check centres
  • To make stage carriage schemes
  • To promote road safety
  • To ensure the collection of taxes and fees
  • To ensure the enforcement of the provisions regarding offences by motor vehicles.

RTO Codes of Haryana RTO

RTO LocationsRTO CodeRTO LocationsRTO CodeRTO LocationsRTO Code
Ambala HR01 Ballabgarh HR29 Jind HR56
Yamuna Nagar HR02 Palwal HR30 Sirsa HR57
Panchkula HR03 Jind HR31 Jagadhari, Yamuna Nagar HR58
Karnal HR05 Narwana HR32 Ratia HR59
Panipat HR06 Safidon HR33 Samalkha HR60
Kurukshetra HR07 Mohindergarh HR34 Bhiwani HR61
Kaithal HR08 Narnaul HR35 Fatehabad HR62
Guhla HR09 Rewari HR36 Jhajjar HR63
Sonepat HR10 Ambala HR37 Kaithal HR64
Gohana HR11 FaridabadHR38 Kurukshetra HR65
Rohtak HR12 Hisar HR39 Narnaul HR66
Bahadurgarh HR13 Assandh HR40 Panipat HR67
Jhajjar HR14 Pehowa HR41 Panchkula HR68
Meham HR15 Ganaur HR42 Sonipat HR69
Bhiwani HR16 Kosli HR43 Chandigarh HR70
Siwani HR17 Ellenabad HR44 Bilaspur HR71
Loharu HR18 Karnal HR45 Gurgaon HR72
Charkhi Dadri HR19 Rohtak HR46 Palwal HR73
Hisar HR20 Rewari HR47 Mewat HR74
Hansi HR21 Tosham HR48 Indri HR75
Fatehabad HR22 Kalka HR49 Pataudi HR76
Tohana HR23 Hodal HR50 Beri HR77
Sirsa HR24 Faridabad HR51 Sahabad HR78
Dabwali HR25 Hatin HR52 Kharkhoda HR79
GurgaonHR26 Adampur HR53 Barwala HR80
Nuh HR27 Ambala, Barara HR54 Bawal HR81
Ferozepur Jhirka HR28 GurgaonHR55 Haryana HR99

Contact Details of Haryana RTO

Transport Commissioner, Haryana

30 Bays Building, 2nd Floor,

Sector 17C Chandigarh,

Haryana-160017

Phone No - 0172-2784359 and 0172- 2700541

Email: stcharyana@hry.nic.in

Vehicle Registration Process in Haryana

A vehicle owner in Haryana cannot drive his vehicle in India unless he has registered it with the Haryana RTO. The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 makes it compulsory for a vehicle owner to register his vehicle with the RTO to be able to legally drive the vehicle all over the country.

Documents required for vehicle registration at Haryana RTO

  • Sales certificate in Form 21
  • Application for vehicle registration in Form 20
  • Vehicle insurance certificate
  • PUC certificate
  • Age and address proof documents
  • Passport size photographs
  • Invoice of the vehicle to be registered
  • Temporary registration number
  • For registration of an imported vehicle, customs clearance certificate has to be submitted
  • Road tax as per Haryana Motor Vehicles Taxation Act
  • Applicable vehicle registration fee
  • Form 34, in case of loan hypothecation
  • Design approval certificate from Haryana State Transport Commissioner for registration of trailer semi-trailer vehicle.

On the submission of the above documents, the documents are verified and the vehicle is inspected on the basis of which the registration number is issued.

Haryana RTO issues fancy registration number through the process of auction. The highest bidder gets the desired number. Once the vehicle is registered, the Haryana RTO issues a registration certificate to the vehicle owner within a period of 7 days. Form for vehicle registration in Haryana can be downloaded online through Haryana Motor Vehicles Department haryanatransport.gov.in

Renewal of vehicle registration in Haryana

From 15 years from the date of vehicle registration at the Haryana RTO, the vehicle owner has to apply for renewal of vehicle registration. The application for renewal of vehicle registration has to be made 60 days before the expiry of the valid vehicle certificate. The application has to be made at the Haryana RTO and the below documents are to be submitted.

  • Renewal of vehicle registration in Form 25
  • Valid vehicle insurance
  • PUC certificate
  • Applicable application fee
  • Registration certificate
  • Applicable road tax

Re-Registration of Vehicle from Other States

In case the vehicle is registered in another state and the vehicle owner wants to transfer the vehicle ownership to Karnataka, then the below process has to be followed for doing so:

  • Application Form 20
  • Application Form 27 i.e. form for issuance of a new registration number
  • Form 33 i.e. form for change in address
  • Vehicle registration certificate
  • Vehicle insurance certificate
  • PUC certificate
  • Road tax
  • Applicable application fee
  • Affidavit stating the re-registration of the vehicle
  • NOC issued by the finance, if the vehicle to be registered at Haryana RTO has been purchased on loan.
  • Form 28 i.e. NOC form

How to Get Vehicle Insurance in Haryana?

A vehicle owner in Haryana can insure his vehicle online or offline. Insuring the vehicle with a third party insurance is mandatory as per the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. The vehicle owner can also purchase comprehensive vehicle insurance as it provides coverage against damages caused to self, vehicle or third party person or property.

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