CG RTO

Chhattisgarh RTO

The regional transport offices in the state of Chattisgarh ensure the† enforcement of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. The RTOs come under the ambit of Chattisgarh Transport Department, Government of Chattisgarh. The RTOs deliver various services to the public such as registration of vehicles, issuing driving licenses, issuing vehicle fitness certificates, issuing permits, etc. The RTOs are also mandated to ensure compliance with various road transport regulations and impose penalties.

Chattisgarh has 27 RTOs throughout the state with each RTO covering a district. In addition, there are three RTOs for Governor of Chattisgarh, Government of Chattisgarh and Chattisgarh Police.

Chhattisgarh RTO Codes with Office Locations

RTO Location RTO Code RTO Location RTO Code
RTO Chattisgarh Governor CG-01 RTO Koriya CG-16
RTO Chattisgarh Government CG-02 RTO Jagdalpur CG-17
RTO Chattisgarh Police CG-03 RTO Dantewada CG-18
RTO Raipur CG-04 RTO Kanker CG-19
RTO Dhamtari CG-05 RTO Bijapur CG-20
RTO Mahasamund CG-06 RTO Narayanpur CG-21
RTO Durg CG-07 RTO Baloda Bazar CG-22
RTO Rajnandgaon CG-08 RTO Gariyaband CG-23
RTO Kabirdham CG-09 RTO Balod CG-24
RTO Bilaspur CG-10 RTO Bemetara CG-25
RTO Janjgir-Champa CG-11 RTO Sukma CG-26
RTO Korba CG-12 RTO Kondagaon CG-27
RTO Raigarh CG-13 RTO Mungeli CG-28
RTO Jashpur CG-14 RTO Surajpur CG-29
RTO Sarguja CG-15 RTO Balrampur CG-30

Vehicle Registration Service of new vehicles in Chhattisgarh

The Transport Department of Chhattisgarh provides online dealer point registration system which enables vehicle dealers to enroll the vehicles with their concerned RTOs. The vehicle dealer registers your new vehicle through this system and pays the taxes and fees. Thereafter, your vehicle is allotted a temporary registration number. There are certain documents which are required to be submitted with the RTO by the dealer. The various documents have been listed here.

  • Correctly filled Central Motor Vehicle Form 20.
  • Imprint of the engine and chassis number of the vehicle.
  • Sales certificate issued by the vehicle dealer. The certificate should be in CMV Form 21.
  • Pollution Under Control Certificate.
  • Roadworthiness certificate made in Form 22 which is issued by the vehicle manufacturer.
  • Address proof of vehicle owner such as Aadhar/Electricity bill/Ration card.
  • Insurance policy certificate of the vehicle.
  • Form 34 attested by the owner and financier if the vehicle has been purchased by finance.
  • Invoice issued by the dealer or manufacturer.
  • PAN card or Form 60 and 61 whichever is applicable.

One time road tax and registration fee needs to be paid by the vehicle owner. The RTO verifies and approves the documents and then sends the RC smart card by post to the registered address of the vehicle owner.

RC Ownership transfer process from the RTO†Chhattisgarh

If the vehicle owner wants to transfer the ownership of his/her vehicle registered with an RTO in Chattisgarh to another person, then the following documents need to be submitted with the concerned RTO.

  • Original Registration Certificate of the vehicle.
  • Two copies of duly filled Form 29.
  • Two copies of duly filled Form 30.
  • Address proof of the person to whom the vehicle ownership is to be transferred. Address proof can be anything such as Aadhar, bill,ration card, etc.
  • Insurance certificate of the vehicle.
  • Copy of the Pollution Under Control Certificate.
  • Attested copy of PAN card or Form 60 and 61 whichever is applicable.

The applicable registration fee and road tax needs to be paid.

Process for address change in RC From the RTO†Chhattisgarh

If the vehicle owner shifts to a new address, the same must reflect in the registration certificate of the vehicle. The vehicle owner needs to get the address changed in the RC. Application for address change in RC needs to be made in CMV Form 33. The form needs to be submitted with the RTO along with the below mentioned documents.

  • Original Registration Certificate of the vehicle.
  • Copy of the new address proof of the vehicle owner. The address proof must be attested by the registered vehicle owner.
  • Attested copy of the vehicle insurance policy certificate.
  • Pollution Under Control Certificate.
  • A No Objection Certificate is required from the vehicle financier if the vehicle is under hypothecation.
  • Attested copy of the PAN card or Form 60 and 61 whichever is applicable.

The applicable registration fee has to† be paid.

Process to get duplicate RC†from the RTO†Chhattisgarh

The registered owner of a vehicle can apply for a duplicate registration certificate if the original† RC is lost or damaged. The application needs to be made in Form 26. Two copies of the application need to be made. One copy needs to be attested and must carry the endorsement of the financier if the vehicle is hypothecated. Other documents to be submitted with the RTO besides the application form are as follows.

  • Original copy of the police FIR.
  • Attested copy of the address proof of the registered owner.
  • PAN card if required.

The prescribed registration fee needs to be paid.

Process for renewal of registration certificate from the RTO†Chhattisgarh

The registration certificate of a private vehicle is valid for a period of 15 years. After 15 years, the vehicle owner must renew the registration with the concerned RTO. Thereafter, the registration must be renewed after every 5 years. The application for renewal of RC must be made in Form 25. Other documents to be submitted along with the form are as follows.

  • Original Registration Certificate.
  • Attested copy of Pollution Under Control Certificate.
  • Receipt of the road tax paid up to the date of applying.

Any kind of pending tax needs to be paid along with the fee for registration. Re-registration must be done at the same RTO where the vehicle was previously registered.

Process to get NOC from the RTO†Chhattisgarh

If the owner of a vehicle registered in Chhattisgarh wants to take it to another state, then the vehicle must be re-registered with the concerned RTO in that state within 12 months. For this, the vehicle owner requires a† No Objection Certificate issued by the RTO where the vehicle was previously registered. Documents required to get NOC are as follows.

  • Four copies of application made in Form 28.
  • Attested copy of the registration certificate.
  • Attested copy of Pollution Under Control Certificate.
  • Proof of payment of road tax up-to-date.
  • No road tax due certificate issued by the tax collecting authority.

The vehicle owner must pay up any pending road tax to get the NOC.

Process to obtain driving license in Chhattisgarh

According to the regulations of government of Chhattisgarh, driving license can be applied for the following kinds of vehicles.

  • Light motor vehicles for personal as well as commercial use.
  • Scooters and mopeds without gears.
  • Motorcycles with gears and engine capacity of 50cc or more.
  • Motorcycles with engine capacity of 50cc or less.
  • Heavy passenger motor vehicles such as buses and cars.
  • Heavy good motor vehicles such as trucks.

The minimum age to apply for a driving license is 16 years for non transport vehicles without gear and 18 years for non transport vehicles with gear.

Learnerís license- It is imperative for everyone to first obtain a learnerís license in order to be eligible for a permanent driving license. The documents required to be† submitted with the RTO to apply for a learnerís license are as follows.

  • Form 2 application form for learnerís license.
  • Form 1 application form for applying and declaration of physical fitness.
  • Form 1A medical certificate form for applicants above the age of 35.
  • Any address proof document such as Copy of Landline bill/Copy of Electricity bill/ Copy of passport/Copy of Aadhar Card/Copy of Domicile Certificate/Copy of Ration card/Copy of Voter ID/Post office passbook/Copy of employer certificate/Original certificate of address signed by Gazetted officer.
  • Any proof of birth document such as Copy of Birth Certificate/Copy of Passport/Copy of Matriculation Certificate/Copy of Domicile Certificate/Copy of Aadhar Card/Copy of Marksheet issued by a recognised board/Copy of PAN Card/ Copy of Affidavit stating the date of birth sworn before a magistrate/Copy of Voter ID.
  • 2 passport sized photographs of the applicant.

The Transport Department of the Govt. Of Chhattisgarh provides online system to apply for learnerís license. Follow the below mentioned steps to apply online.

  • Visit the official website of the transport department http://cgtransport.org/CGTS/Default.html
  • Select Learnerís License option on the homepage of the website.
  • Click on ďOnline LL Appointment SystemĒ.
  • On the next page, click on ďApply LLĒ option.
  • Now select the RTO where you want to apply from a drop down menu. The RTO you select should be near your address.
  • Select the time slot to take the learnerís license test from a list.
  • Enter all the details of the applicant.
  • Fill the address as per the address document.
  • Select the class of vehicles for which you want to apply for learnerís license.
  • Upload all the necessary documents.
  • Take a printout of the slip confirming successful registration.

The applicant is required to visit the RTO with the documents. After the documents are verified, the applicant undergoes a computerised or oral test of traffic rules and signs. Photograph, eye scan and fingerprint of the applicant are also taken.

The learnerís license is valid for 6 months. During this period, the license holder needs to learn driving the type of vehicle he/she has mentioned in the form.

Permanent license- A person holding a learnerís license can apply for a permanent driving license after 30 days from the date of issuance of the learnerís license. The applicant can either download the application form from the official website of the transport† department, fill and submit it with the RTO along with the required documents or use the online system for applying. The documents required for permanent driving license application have been listed here.

  • Form 4 application form for License to Drive a Motor Vehicle.
  • Form 1 application cum declaration of physical fitness certificate.
  • Form 1A medical certificate if the applicant is more than 35 years of age.
  • Original learnerís license.

The steps for applying online have been mentioned here.

  • Visit the online portal of the Chhattisgarh Transport Department.
  • Select ďNew DLĒ option and proceed.
  • In the relevant fields, enter your details such as name, blood group and email id along with learnerís license number, learnerís license issue date and Aadhar number.
  • Upload the required documents.
  • Submit the online application form.
  • Take a printout of both the application form and the acknowledgement slip.

The applicant needs to take the printout of the application and the acknowledgement slip along with the other documents to the† RTO for physical verification. In case of offline method, the applicant needs to fill in the Form 4 and submit it along with the required documents.

The applicant needs to appear for driving test at the RTO. The applicant is required to drive a vehicle of the type for which the application has been made. The driving test takes place in the presence of an officer from the RTO.

The permanent driving license is sent by post to the registered address of the person.

Duplicate license- Duplicate driving license is required when the original is lost, stolen or damaged. The required documents to be submitted with the RTO are as follows.

  • Application on Form 26. One duplicate along with one attested copy which must also carry the endorsement from the financier if the vehicle is hypothecated.
  • If the license is stolen or lost, the copy of FIR filed in a police station is required.
  • If the driving license has been damaged and not lost or stolen, then it must be submitted.
  • Attested copy of address proof document used for applying for driving license.

The prescribed registration fee needs to be paid by the applicant.

Renewal of license- The driving license is valid for a period of 15 years after which it needs to be renewed. A grace period of 30 days is provided to renew the license after the date of expiry of the license. The documents required for renewal of† driving license in Chhattisgarh are as follows.

  • Application in Form 9.
  • Original driving license.
  • A medical certificate on Form 1A is required if the license holder is aged more than 50 years.
  • A No Objection Certificate issued by the RTO.

Changes in Driving license- In case of errors appearing on the driving license with regards to name, initials, date of birth and blood group or when the address of the license holder has changed, corrections need to be made on the driving license. The license holder simply needs to fill the LLD form and Form 1 and submit them with the RTO.

International Driving License- The RTOs in Chhattisgarh are authorised to issue international driving licenses to Indian citizens. Application for international driving license needs to be made in Form 4 A. Other documents to be submitted with the RTO along with the application are as follows.

  • Medical Certificate in Form 1 A if the age of the applicant is more than 35.
  • Valid driving license.
  • Copies of valid passport and valid visa.
  • Attested copy of address proof.
  • Attested copy of birth certificate.
  • 2 passport sized photographs of the applicant.

International Driving License is valid for 1 year.

Permits issued by RTOs in Chhattisgarh

The transport department of Chhattisgarh provides an online permit system through which vehicle owners can apply for permits. The various types of permits issued by the† RTOs in Chhattisgarh have been listed here.

  • State Transport Authority Permit
  • Regional Transport Authority Permit
  • Goods Permit for Goods vehicles
  • Taxi Permit
  • Special Bus Permit
  • Goods Permit for Other State Vehicles

FAQs

Q1: What are the age restrictions with regards to learnerís license for vehicles without gear?

A: 16 years is the minimum age to obtain a learnerís license for two wheelers without gear and engine capacity not exceeding 50cc.† A consent form needs to be signed by the parents/guardians if the applicantís age is less than 18.

Q2: What is the minimum age to apply for a learnerís license for light motor vehicles or two wheelers with gear?

A: The applicant must have completed the age of 18 to be eligible for a learnerís license for light motor vehicles and two wheelers with gear.

Q3: Do I have to produce a medical certificate to apply for a learnerís license?

A: A medical certificate in Form 1-A is mandatory if the applicant is over the age of 40. Applicant below the age of 40 does not require a medical certificate. However, in case of transport vehicles, every applicant regardless of age has to produce a medical certificate.

Q4: What questions are asked in Learning License Test?

A: Questions pertaining to traffic signs and signals, road regulations, precautions to be taken by the driver and the documents to be carried in the vehicle are asked in the test.

Q5: Where should I learn driving after getting the learnerís license?

A: A† government approved motor driving school is a suitable option. The trainer should possess a valid permanent driving license.

Q6: What happens if I fail to renew the license on time?

A: After 30 days from the date of expiry of the license, the RTO imposes a penalty of Rs 1000/-.