I MOVED TO A NEW STATE. DO I NEED TO RE-REGISTER MY VEHICLE?
32 years old Naveen was all set to change his base from Bangalore to Mumbai to take up the great job opportunity came in his way. He was all excited to take up the new challenge in his career. Same time, he was equally anxious about changing the base to another city which may need a lot of planning. Finding a house, getting things changed in the record, shifting the household and list is long lasting. His main worry was to transfer the car from Bangalore to Mumbai.
Like Naveen, there are many people who may face this problem while changing base for better prospects. Vehicle transfer and re-registration when moving to a new state may seem complex. But with the proper understanding of the process, you can make it a smooth transition. Here is what you need to do if you are moving your vehicle from one state to another permanently.
Vehicle transfer and re-registration is a multi-layer process. Below are the steps to be followed
- Interstate Transfer NOC from Bank:
In case you have taken a car loan from a bank, you need to contact your respective bank branch to obtain bank hypothecation clearance certificate or No objection certificate for interstate transfer. You may have to submit the relevant documents such as address proof and document supporting relocation reason, etc. Your request will be validated after verification.
- Apply for NOC from RTO where your Car is registered
Next step is to apply for NOC from RTO for interstate transfer of vehicle. It can be applied by submitting below documents:
- RTO Form 27, 28 in 3 copies (it’s an application request form for NOC for interstate vehicle transfer)
- No objection certificate from police for traffic clearance – stating there are no offence and no dues pending against your vehicle.