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Old 2nd May 2017, 10:26   #106
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Default Re: How to transfer car from one State to another state?

Bunch of threads should give you info.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...ml#post4170190 (Guidelines: Car Ownership Transfer in Bangalore)

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...ml#post4177720 (Cost for transfer of registration from one State/Place to another)

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I would like to know how to get the transfer done and is there a way to keep my number so I can drive it in both states or do I have to get it changed.
If you pay the road tax for Karnataka, you can drive the car with the same reg. in both states without a worry.

But, good chance you'll be stopped because of your AP plate. Unnecessary hassle.

Also, KA has among the highest road tax in the country, so you'd be wasting money.

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Also, I've paid life tax in Hyderabad, would I get a refund for it in case I change the number?
If you change the reg. to KA.
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Thanks for the URLs.

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Old 20th February 2018, 12:09   #108
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I recently applied for "ownership transfer within state" of a used car I bought. Prior to approaching the RTO I read up about the process online and inquired with friends and family. However I had a few surprises in store. I hope to share my experience/mistakes for the benefit of bhpians.
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Wish you a smooth ownership transfer!

Mods: If this post does not warrant a new thread, please merge it with an appropriate thread, preferably the "How to sell a *USED* car in India" thread.
Thank you very much for this detailed post. It helped me also greatly.
I would like to add the following 2 images of the 'official' checklist of documents required for various services at RTOs in Bangalore.
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Indeed a very helpful post! I too had decided to go through the transfer process myself. The transferor RTO was Kasturinagar (Indiranagar RTO has been moved to Kasturinagar recently) and my home RTO is Electronics City.

I had applied for the clearance certificate on 3-Nov-2017. The process completed in a jiffy and I was very happy and content that I didn't have to pay anyone even a single rupee in bribe. The people were quite helpful as well.

Then came the loooong wait. The application was approved on 6-Jan-2018, i.e. 2 full months after applying. My intermittent visits didn't yield much, apart from 'data-entry-pending'.

After approval, the documents were dispatched on 1-March-2018, i.e. 2 months after approval, and full 4 months after application! Today I collected the CC and RC from original owner and tomorrow I plan to go to Electronics City RTO to - start the actual transfer of ownership process!

I can't fathom why it would take so long for a mere clearance!? If you employ an agent, the whole process - clearance as well as ownership transfer completes in 20-30 days. Apparently, you do it yourself, and your application goes way way down the priority. And it wasn't only me, during one of my visits, I met with another couple of folks who had applied around the same time as I had, and they were frustrated enough to come to conclusion that bribe only can get their application moving.
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Indeed a very helpful post! I too had decided to go through the transfer process myself. The transferor RTO was Kasturinagar (Indiranagar RTO has been moved to Kasturinagar recently) and my home RTO is Electronics City.
I will say that when I had to do an interstate vehicle transfer of my car TN to KA and then get my TN tax refunded, the E City RTO people were the most helpful and professional RTO types I've seen across years. And not one paisa in bribe money, though they insisted documents must be correct.

I in fact sent the person there that I dealt with an expensive box of sweets at the end of the job as a way to say thanks for all his help.
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I will say that when I had to do an interstate vehicle transfer of my car TN to KA and then get my TN tax refunded, the E City RTO people were the most helpful and professional RTO types I've seen across years. And not one paisa in bribe money, though they insisted documents must be correct.

I in fact sent the person there that I dealt with an expensive box of sweets at the end of the job as a way to say thanks for all his help.
Now that I re-read what I wrote, I realise I didn't clearly mention the experience was in Kasturinagar (previously Indiranagar) RTO. Clearance certificate is to be acquired from transferor RTO, so that experience was not from Electronics City RTO.

Having said that, it's very comforting to read your comments, since tomorrow I will be going to electronics city RTO for the ownership transfer process.
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Folks,

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to do any or all of the 4 things simultaneously (at the appropriate RTO, in Bangalore):

1. Apply for duplicate RC-book (as I seem to have lost the original)
2. Change of address in RC-book, as I changed residence (but some friends say that it is best avoided, although not sure, because duplicate RC-book seems to require latest address-proof).
3. Apply for Fitness-Certificate (as my original registration expired 6 months back, and I realized it only a week back)
4. Apply for NoC (to sell the vehicle, that will then be reregistered in another state)

Kindly note that I am aware of the process for each of those separately, but I believe, each one of those takes roughly 1 month. In my case, it'd mean 4 months (or more), if done one-after-the-other. Thus trying to see, if anyone has tried and has had success in doing all the 4 (or some of those) at once ?

Any advice that helps save time and effort, would be highly valued.

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RC will not be reissued or duplicate given without FC being completed, so you can do those two together. NOC will take hardly two or three days after that.
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Hello,

Am buying a vehicle which is registered in Bangalore, this vehicle was bought on loan so once I buy the previous owner will clear the loan and get me the NOC from the bank. since I reside in Mangalore I plan to get the hypothecation removed from the RC/card and then get the ownership transferred in Mangalore.

So the first step is to get the hypothecation cleared in the respective RTO(Bangalore)

Whats the procedure?
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Whats the procedure?
This should help you:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/owning...ml#post4366540 (ARTICLE: RTO Hypothecation Removal Process - Step by Step Guide)
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Folks,

Appreciate if someone has trust worthy agent details in Electronic City RTO. This thread has been really useful.
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Folks,

Appreciate if someone has trust worthy agent details in Electronic City RTO. This thread has been really useful.
If you are transfering a car that's bought locally (bangalore number) then there should be no issue, you can do the transfer yourself using the instructions in this thread.
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If you are transfering a car that's bought locally (bangalore number) then there should be no issue, you can do the transfer yourself using the instructions in this thread.
Thanks hserus! Well I was exploring this option to see if whole CC and actual transfer can be shorter with an agent. That's all.
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Thanks hserus! Well I was exploring this option to see if whole CC and actual transfer can be shorter with an agent. That's all.
Yes! Definitely the whole CC and actual transfer work will happen much quicker if you go through an agent. As the amount you will be paying the agent will be shared with the RTO guys, they will prioritise these on top of those who come directly.

As a result, if there is no agent involved the CC might take around 6 to 8 weeks and another 6 to 8 weeks for the ownership transfer .
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Thanks hserus! Well I was exploring this option to see if whole CC and actual transfer can be shorter with an agent. That's all.
Have done this myself recently (CC & transfer).

You will need to invest only two days of your time for CC (day 1) and then later the actual RC transfer (day 2).

Key is to ensure you have the paper work in order. Enough information is available on this thread as to the documents needed.

Even if you engage an agent, you will still have to provide him with the documents. Its only those two days you would save All RTOs give you a signed acknowledgement. Electronic-city RTO even gives you a target date by when you may expect the card!

I spent 700 rupees for the CC & transfer + two days + some fuel for the commute. The lowest quote I got was ~5K from agents near my home.

Took me ~8 weeks for the whole process.

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