|14th July 2004, 13:41||#16|
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The point here is that by transfering the car to Mumbai, Bobby would have to pay a hefty charge, upwards from Rs.10,000/-. As his family still lives in WB, he has every right to keep driving the car on WB plates.
And I think you misunderstood my point on the WB licence. I said it would be BETTER if he did have it, as it shows the cop that he doesn not plan to stay in Bombay for long.
What you have mentioned is correct if a guy is shifting his residence to Mumbai from another city/state.
|14th July 2004, 14:23||#17|
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Ok rtech got your point. I was under impression that it's case of shifting from state to state.
You must also consider my age rtech. Memory fails often at this age you know?
|14th July 2004, 14:30||#18|
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I thought the local RTO was only intd in getting their road tax money. Is it essentiel to change the regn too?
|14th July 2004, 14:50||#19|
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i guess if u r paying tax regularly, then u dont have to change your regn. There are so many "out of state" regd cars on the streets. But if they are payin tax regularly, they dont need to change regn.
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