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Old 26th August 2010, 15:46   #1
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I sold off the M800 in Bangalore a month back. The buyer received the new card (which replaced the RC Book that I had) from KR Puram RT office.

However the last digit of the chassis number is incorrectly printed in the card. Instead of 7, it is printed '2'.

The transfer was done through a driving school /agent and the buyer is now contacting the person.

Does anyone know the procedure to have the chassis number corrected in the RC Card? The buyer was planning to take the car to Kerala tomorrow however with this problem I believe the RT Office may as well ask him to produce the car. Any suggestions?

Pl note: The insurance is from Oriental (third party) and is still in my name. The buyer tried to transfer it to his name and that's when the error in the new RC came to notice. The Chassis no. is correct in the insurance paper.

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I've a basic question, why did they change the RC book in first place? Can you clarify this pls?

BTW, ask the new owner to approach a good driving school to get this issue sorted. Yes, the vehicle's presence is required to change the chassis number, however, in some cases, mullah plays a good role; but that depends on the relation between the driving school & RTO. If the car is moving to KL temporarily, get the trip done & then strongly prefer taking the car to RT office & make the changes to RC book accordingly.
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Looks like the RTO has become a biggest joke. Just thought to point out another careless mistake of RTO in this thread http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...perienced.html (THE R.T.O - 1 of the biggest JOKE/SHOCKER I have ever experienced.)
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I sold off the M800 in Bangalore a month back. The buyer received the new card (which replaced the RC Book that I had) from KR Puram RT office.

However the last digit of the chassis number is incorrectly printed in the card. Instead of 7, it is printed '2'.

The transfer was done through a driving school /agent and the buyer is now contacting the person.

Does anyone know the procedure to have the chassis number corrected in the RC Card? The buyer was planning to take the car to Kerala tomorrow however with this problem I believe the RT Office may as well ask him to produce the car. Any suggestions?

Pl note: The insurance is from Oriental (third party) and is still in my name. The buyer tried to transfer it to his name and that's when the error in the new RC came to notice. The Chassis no. is correct in the insurance paper.

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@Jeep, sad to hear about this. I guess the problem can be fixed. I have personally seen how this RTO works, without Mr. Gandhi they will never work. They took 3 weeks to cancel my HP and issue me a smart Card, they finally did it because i paid through an agent.

Please try contacting Srivari Driving School, they have very good contact with RTO and will get the job done asap, their no.: 08025912689

I did through someone else, as of now i dont have that persons no. will update in this thread once i find. Best of luck

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I've a basic question, why did they change the RC book in first place? Can you clarify this pls?
@aargee, this RTO stopped giving RC Books and now issues only Smart Card.
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They have to correct it its there error. Contact the same agent. And yes the car needs to be present.
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Today when I recieved my registration card for my new car I noticed that the engine number has been wrongly printed .
Can anybody advise how I can get it corrected ?
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Today when I recieved my registration card for my new car I noticed that the engine number has been wrongly printed . ?

Ask the showroom folks to fix this. That will be fastest and at zero cost.
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Today when I recieved my registration card for my new car I noticed that the engine number has been wrongly printed .
Can anybody advise how I can get it corrected ?
Since it is a new car, do contact the dealer and they should get this sorted out. You paid for the registration and hence they are required to get this sorted for you.

Edit - I am assuming that you got the registration done through the dealer. Else, you will have to go through the process yourself. Start by visiting the RTO office.

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Ask the showroom folks to fix this. That will be fastest and at zero cost.
Thanks AnilP. Dealer has agreed to do it .Looks like he made a mistake while filing the forms
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