Getting Your RC moved: If you’re moving to a different state and are worried about how to have your RC moved, don’t be; we’ve got ya covered. To transfer your RC without any problem to another state’s registration number, follow these procedures.
Obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Regional Transport Office (RTO) where your car is presently registered in order to move it to a different state. Make sure to include the chassis number in the NOC.
An official document known as a NOC, or “No Objection Certificate,” is one that is issued by a government agency, usually the Regional Transport Office (RTO) or another pertinent regulatory body. It is applied in a variety of situations, such as the transfer and ownership of vehicles.
The NOC is usually required as part of the paperwork when transferring a vehicle’s registration from one state to another. It guarantees that the transfer will take place without difficulty or resistance from the former owner or the authorities.
Moving your car to a new state – Once you have the NOC, go to the local RTO office in the state where you’ll be living. Make sure you have all the required paperwork with you for this procedure.
Document submission – Double-check everything before submitting the paperwork to prevent any problems with the transfer procedure. The transfer of your Registration Certificate will go more smoothly as a result.
Road tax challan payment – You will get a new road tax challan from the RTO in your new state. To verify your car, pay the applicable costs as indicated.
Verification of the car – An RTO officer will be present during the vehicle inspection. An impression of the chassis number will be made during this check for verification.
The date on which your Registration Certificate (RC) will be transferred to the new state will be communicated to you following the verification procedure.