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Old 10th April 2017, 17:07   #151
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I am transferring to Bangalore. I am in the process of taking NOC for my vehicle from my native place. The NOC form has a column for mentioning the name of the RTO office of destination. What should I mention there, is mentioning "Bangalore" sufficient or should it mention exact RTO office in Bangalore. I checked and saw multiple RTO offices in Bangalore according to districts and as my place of residence is not yet finalized, I don't know which area I will stay in. Is taking an NOC for Bangalore okay?
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I am transferring to Bangalore. I am in the process of taking NOC for my vehicle from my native place. Is taking an NOC for Bangalore okay?
No , when I moved to Pune I was asked for complete RTO address which was noted on the NOC document .

It is better to wait until you have an address.

It is a personal decision, but are you sure you want to move your vehicle . It's not an easy procedure.

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I got an Urgent query from my colleague who got transferred from Bangalore to Kolkata. He is having a BS3 Maruti Wagon R having KA registration. Apparently state RTOs are refusing to register this vehicle under Kolkata RTO stating that its a BS3 and April 2017 onwards this is not possible. Does any body have classified information on this legal tangle? Is the RTO in Kolkata taking my friend for a ride hoping to make an extra buck?
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I am transferring to Bangalore. I am in the process of taking NOC for my vehicle from my native place. The NOC form has a column for mentioning the name of the RTO office of destination. What should I mention there, is mentioning "Bangalore" sufficient or should it mention exact RTO office in Bangalore. I checked and saw multiple RTO offices in Bangalore according to districts and as my place of residence is not yet finalized, I don't know which area I will stay in. Is taking an NOC for Bangalore okay?
Just take NOC in the name of RTO Bengaluru and later you can register your vehicle in the RTO of your residence zone. FYI, I transferred my car from UP14 by taking NOC in name of RTO Bengaluru, successfully registered and then got KA53 number also. I performed all RTO processes without single paise as bribe and RTO officials at KA53 were helpful if you have all documents as per their checklist. It took One visit to understand there document requirement and second for document submission.

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Old 20th June 2017, 23:46   #155
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Hi - an urgent query. I am moving from Hyderabad to Bangalore and in the online RTA form, mentioned the new registering authority as RTO Karnataka as I didn't know the area in which I have to register the car. The NOC too has this mentioned now. Will this pose a problem while registering the car in Bangalore?
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Folks,
Urgent help needed...

Background: 2013 Ford Fiesta Classic TN 19 registration vehicle is now having an NOC from TN19 RTO and moved to Hyderabad.

Vehicle bought as a Second hand through 'Company used car auctions' for INR 4.75 lakhs recently.

Issue: RTO in Hyd (Uppal) is insisting to pay 10% of Actual price ( INR 6.85 lakhs when first bought from the company in 2013) as Tax.

Help needed:
Is this the correct % / procedure for calculating the RTO Tax in Telengana?
Any reference for brokers at Uppal RTO is highly appreciated.

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Folks,
Urgent help needed...

Background: 2013 Ford Fiesta Classic TN 19 registration vehicle is now having an NOC from TN19 RTO and moved to Hyderabad.

Vehicle bought as a Second hand through 'Company used car auctions' for INR 4.75 lakhs recently.

Issue: RTO in Hyd (Uppal) is insisting to pay 10% of Actual price ( INR 6.85 lakhs when first bought from the company in 2013) as Tax.

Help needed:
Is this the correct % / procedure for calculating the RTO Tax in Telengana?
Any reference for brokers at Uppal RTO is highly appreciated.

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The road tax is on the ex showroom price. As time progresses it becomes pro-rata

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The road tax is on the ex showroom price. As time progresses it becomes pro-rata

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So how much should it be pair Pramod.. Any idea?
Seems they are charging 10%.

Also, they mention that the earlier RTO has to concur the NOC back post applying at New RTO. Is there any such rule?

Thanks for the info.

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So how much should it be pair Pramod.. Any idea?
Seems they are charging 10%.
There are different slabs, use an agent.

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Also, they mention that the earlier RTO has to concur the NOC back post applying at New RTO. Is there any such rule?

Thanks for the info.

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That's an internal issue, this is the process though, you need not worry about this.

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That's an internal issue, this is the process though, you need not worry about this.

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True. Received the two days before R.C. But with old TN no.
My relation was asked to apply after 2 months online for a new TS no.

Thanks for the info anyways.

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I am trying to sell an 8 year old SX4 which has a Punjab number in Pune. A dealer mentioned that the tax is 11% of the invoice value and not current value! That doesn't sound right to me. Am I being taken for a ride here?
Also, if you don't use an NOC for more than an year, do you have to get it cancelled or is it deemed to be automatically cancelled? There was also talk of penalty charges @INR200 per month or something if you take an NOC and don't register in 30 days. Any advice will be appreciated.
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I am trying to sell an 8 year old SX4 which has a Punjab number in Pune. A dealer mentioned that the tax is 11% of the invoice value and not current value! That doesn't sound right to me. Am I being taken for a ride here?
Also, if you don't use an NOC for more than an year, do you have to get it cancelled or is it deemed to be automatically cancelled? There was also talk of penalty charges @INR200 per month or something if you take an NOC and don't register in 30 days. Any advice will be appreciated.
1. Tax is calculated on the invoice value and not on the depreciated value.
2. Once NOC is taken, you have to use it at the destination RTO or get a Not Used NOC certificate from the destination RTO to go back. It will not get cancelled automatically.
3. NOC is valid only for the month in which it was taken. Subsequently, they will post a penalty charge month on month.

Suggestion : Take a Not used NOC certificate and go back to PB and sell it.
Also, you can try Cars24.com route.
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1. Tax is calculated on the invoice value and not on the depreciated value.
2. Once NOC is taken, you have to use it at the destination RTO or get a Not Used NOC certificate from the destination RTO to go back. It will not get cancelled automatically.
3. NOC is valid only for the month in which it was taken. Subsequently, they will post a penalty charge month on month.

Suggestion : Take a Not used NOC certificate and go back to PB and sell it.
Also, you can try Cars24.com route.
Very true. I spent enough sleep less nights when the person I sold my vehicle sold to the third owner, who turned out to be an alcoholic.
I spent about 18 K in total to get rid of everything from my name( Including a visit to Pune from Chennai).

One more info - For getting an Not used NOC, you need to get a clearance from the Police dept before going to RTO in the state where you didn't use the NOC.
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1. Tax is calculated on the invoice value and not on the depreciated value.
I have transferred my car from Chandigarh to Himachal and the tax was calculated at the depreciated value. They just asked for the value the car was insured for and calculated tax on that value.
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