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Last Tuesday, the government announced the Budget of 2022, in which they have increased the taxation and registration fees. The government has also revised driving laws. All the changes will be implemented from 1st April 2022 so if you bought a new car, learn how to register your vehicle.
Latest Car Registration Fees
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has issued its new rate of renewal of the registration in which after completing 15 years a car has to re-register, at the rate of Rs. 5000 from the current price of Rs. 600. Same for the two-wheeler, after completing 15 years, it has to re-register at the price of Rs. 1000 from Rs. 300. Once the vehicle completes 15 years, it will be renewed after every 5 years.
The imported cars will be registered at Rs. 40000 against the fees of Rs. 15000. The delay in the registration of the vehicle will be charged Rs. 300 for the private vehicle and Rs. 500 for the commercial vehicle per month.
New Driving Rules To Register Your Vehicle
MoRTH has not only increased the registration fees but all amended the driving law. These are the modified rules and regulations:
- Only cars can be imported to India from any country
- The km/h must be displayed in the speedometer in India as per the metric system
- The car must be right-hand-drive, as per the Indian Government
- Only new cars, which are not registered in any other country can be imported to India
- The vehicle must not be older than 3 years
- The motor vehicle must meet the requirement of the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988
- A certificate from a vehicle testing agency should be submitted by the dealer or importers
- Once you meet all the requirements, only then the RTO will register the vehicle and you will get a temporary registration number for 7days, after completing 7 days you can apply for the permanent number.
However, these rules will be followed in the whole nation except New Delhi and NCR as per the Supreme Court or the National Green Tribunal (NGT).
The vehicles 15 years and above will not get parked in the public places of New Delhi or NCR as per the Supreme Court or NGT.
Here is all you need to know about the new rules before purchasing new or old vehicles:
What Is The Registration Of Vehicles?
Just selecting your favorite vehicle and purchasing it, is not where your work is done but it is where your main work gets started. One of the main tasks after buying vehicles is registering them.
The process of connecting the vehicle with the name of the owner is registering the vehicle. However, in Digital India many processes can be done online but it is very important to register your vehicles in the government records for safety purposes and then only a vehicle will get its number plate.
When You Should Register a Vehicle?
Registering a vehicle is one of the most important laws in India. There are certain circumstances in which the owner needs to register their vehicle. Here are the reasons:
- While purchasing a new vehicle
- Transfer of ownership
- Repurchasing the vehicle
- Completing 15 years of vehicle
- Transfer from one state to another
Why These Rules?
This is the official statement issued by MoRTH:
“As an incentive, there will be a waiver of the fee for issue of registration certificate for a new vehicle, purchased against the authority of the Certificate of Deposit (CoD) issued by a registered vehicle scrapping facility for a vehicle being scrapped,”.
The government is trying to promote to buy a new vehicle which leads to increase in the growth and reduce in the pollution.