Where to approach for obtaining of Certificate of Registration
Approach your nearest Suwidha Centre or Registering Authority (DTO or Sub Divisional
Requirement of Certificate of Registration
The vehicle can be driven or allowed to be driven in public place only after registration
by registering authority.
It is mandatory to produce the vehicle in front of inspecting authority
Inspecting authority will inspect and give the clearance certificate for registration
Documents required to apply for Certificate of Registration
Form 20 duly filled up [Imprint of chassis no and engine number must be taken on
Form 21 (Sale certificate) issued by the vehicle dealer
Form 22 (Road worthiness certificate) issued by the which manufacturer
Attested copy of valid vehicle insurance policy / cover note
Attested copy of address proof at which vehicle is to be registered.
Form 34 duly signed by owner and the financer
One time road tax as applicable
Prescribed fee for registration
PAN Card or Form 60 & 61 (as applicable)
Dealer invoice or manufacturer invoice.
Effectiveness and Validity
Certificate of Registration issued is valid throughout India.
Certificate of Registration is issued for 15 years for Non Transport vehicles [Private
Certificate of Registration is issued for 2 years for Transport vehicles and after
that owner of vehicle have to obtain the fitness certificate every year from the
Driving license issued for transport vehicle will be valid for three years