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Old 4th November 2009, 20:04   #16
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Hey Guys - The 2002 Palio that I just bought has a Lonavla registeration but is currently registered with the Pune RTO (The car was bought there as well.)

I am now getting it re-registered in Mumbai and wanted to know if I would have to pay Octroi? I was told by someone that any car more than 3 years old is exempt from OCtroi - Is this correct? Thanks.
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Old 5th November 2009, 10:15   #17
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I was told by someone that any car more than 3 years old is exempt from OCtroi - Is this correct? Thanks.
You think the BMC is so generous ? Nope, you'd have to pay octroi based on the current book value of the car.

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