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The Maharashtra state RTO department was founded under section 213 (1) of Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. The Motor Vehicle is the central act and is applicable throughout the country.
The main job of the RTO Maharashtra is to execute various laws under the motor vehicles act, 1988. The department is headed by Commissioner of transport of Maharashtra.
|RTO Locations||RTO Code||RTO Locations||RTO Code|
|Mumbai (South)||MH01||Mumbai (West)||MH02|
|Ahmednagar||MH15||Shrirampur, Ahmednagar District||MH16|
|Nandurbar||MH39||Wadi, Nagpur (rural)||MH40|
|Malegaon, Nashik District||MH41||Baramati, Pune||MH42|
|Navi Mumbai||MH43||Ambejogai, Beed||MH44|
To legally drive a motor vehicle in the city of Maharashtra, an individual has to register his vehicle at the nearest RTO from his residence in Maharashtra. The Maharashtra RTO does not allow the use of an unregistered vehicle in the state.
Documents required for registration of new vehicle at Maharashtra RTO
Re-registration of a vehicle in Maharashtra can be done when you have moved from a different state and would want to register your vehicle in the state. The documents required for re-registration of vehicle in Maharashtra as same as above. However, you will also have to submit NOC from your previous registering authority and instead of Form 20, you will have to fill out Form 25.
Every vehicle that is registered at Maharashtra RTO has to be insured as per the rules of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. An individual can purchase motor insurance online or offline in Maharashtra. Generally, motor insurance is of two types i.e. third party insurance and comprehensive insurance.