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Old 29th November 2007, 20:55   #1
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I heard the registration cost in Haryana is going to increase from current 1% to 4% on ex-showroom price from Saturday onwards.

Please confirm.
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Old 30th November 2007, 09:39   #2
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Default Registration Charges hiked from 1% to 4% in Haryana

yesterday I got a call from the vendor where I have booked my Safari LX, that the registration charges are being hiked from 1% to 4% in haryana from Monday 3rd Dec. But i did not heard any where not in news, noy in paper. It is costing me 18K more. Does some one has any information on this.
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if this is true,then its very sad as i always loved getting our vehicles registered in Haryana due to less registration charges as compared to Delhi and UP.

lets wait for confirmation
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I am also worried because I have not got my car till now and if it happen than I have to sheel out more. But the strange thing is that its no where in the news or net
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Dont worry, nothing much can be done now, if RTO has decided to increase since they will stop registering vehicles asa they get official notification.(7 days before the actual date).

You will have to pay up.

It happenned to me long time back.
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I cancelled my bookings from Gurgaon and got it booked from Delhi, why to pay almost same amount to get Hr number, when I can have delhi number. which helps a lot for geeting through teh border checks, the police do. They will stop you for sure if you have Hr or UP number.
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It's now confirmed that increase will be implemented from Monday onwards and as in Delhi they are also planning to charge for smart card, which will make registration cost equivalent to Delhi.

I have started looking towards Delhi dealers and registration for my new Safari EX. But here in Delhi long queues, dealers are asking for 15 days waiting time.

Lets hope to get my BEAST at the earliest.
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Good news to all planning to register from Haryana RTO, the decision is got delayed for another month. Now, it's all set for increment by new year.
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I cancelled my bookings from Gurgaon and got it booked from Delhi, why to pay almost same amount to get Hr number, when I can have delhi number. which helps a lot for geeting through teh border checks, the police do. They will stop you for sure if you have Hr or UP number.

The saving made (the difference in the registration amount between HR and DL) is not commensurate to the drop in resale value of a HR registered vehicle.
Go for a HR number only if you plan to keep your truck for a long long time.
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I cancelled my bookings from Gurgaon and got it booked from Delhi, why to pay almost same amount to get Hr number, when I can have delhi number. which helps a lot for geeting through teh border checks, the police do. They will stop you for sure if you have Hr or UP number.
I disagree with you... For the past 2 years I am using Car and Bike which is UP16(Noida), But no one stopped yet. Because of the same fear each time cross the border, I make sure that all the papers including PUC is valid. But no one checked yet. And the car i used is having tinted glass too
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[COLOR=black]Agree with Hotchillypepper, I also have similar experience. Add to that, in non-metro towns’ reputation of resale Delhi registered car i very bad because of improper handling, accident and overrun in short duration.[/COLOR]
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[COLOR=black]In non-metro, people prefer non-metro second hand cars only in reality.[/COLOR]
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