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Old 6th July 2017, 16:36   #31
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Car delivery date 28th March 2017
Registration Certificate creation date 16th June 2017
Registration Certificate received on 06th July 2017

So approximately it took 100 days in my case (MH-14)

Is the certificate valid if I have this one "laminated"? Heard that a proof is no longer valid if it's laminated.

Heard that for road trips it's advisable to carry original docs too and produce if sought for. Does a laminated RC suffice to the purpose?
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Waiting for 7 months to just get a print out of what they call an RC book , I suggest you to file an RTI query seeking the status of our RC book.
I just got lucky today and the RC arrived by post. Its the same as Vehicle Extract / Information printed on a piece of A4 sized paper instead of a smart card or RC booklet as earlier.

Hence no need of RTI, huge relief.

Although thanks for the suggestion, I was indeed gearing up for the same.
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Is the certificate valid if I have this one "laminated"? Heard that a proof is no longer valid if it's laminated.
You heard it correctly.

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Heard that for road trips it's advisable to carry original docs too and produce if sought for. Does a laminated RC suffice to the purpose?
The Motor Vehicles Act requires you to carry all Original documents at all times. However, for obvious reasons, it is advisable to carry photocopies along with the originals.

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