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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.
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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
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
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.
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:
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.