RTO Haryana

RTO Haryana a part of the transport department in the state is established under section 213 of Motor vehicle act, 1988. The RTO is responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations relating to motor vehicles. The transport department aims to create a safe and friendly environment for a driving vehicle in the state. These rules are enforced for the benefit of both the state and the driver.

What are the objectives of RTO Haryana?

The transport department was established to ensure maintaining a safe environment for using a vehicle. And RTO Haryana an office functioning under the transport department was established with the same objective. The major objective of RTO Haryana is as follows:

  • To expand and improve the quality of public transport
  • To promote awareness among the public about road safety by conducting regular checks and inspections.
  • To generate revenue by promptly collecting fees, road tax and revenue from vehicle owners
  • Create a safe environment on the road for peaceful driving of the vehicle.

RTO Codes of Haryana RTO

Ambala HR01 Ballabgarh HR29 Jind HR56
Yamuna Nagar HR02 Palwal HR30 Sirsa HR57
Panchkula HR03 Jind HR31 Jagadhari, Yamuna Nagar HR58
Karnal HR05 Narwana HR32 Ratia HR59
Panipat HR06 Safidon HR33 Samalkha HR60
Kurukshetra HR07 Mohindergarh HR34 Bhiwani HR61
Kaithal HR08 Narnaul HR35 Fatehabad HR62
Guhla HR09 Rewari HR36 Jhajjar HR63
Sonepat HR10 Ambala HR37 Kaithal HR64
Gohana HR11 Faridabad HR38 Kurukshetra HR65
Rohtak HR12 Hisar HR39 Narnaul HR66
Bahadurgarh HR13 Assandh HR40 Panipat HR67
Jhajjar HR14 Pehowa HR41 Panchkula HR68
Meham HR15 Ganaur HR42 Sonipat HR69
Bhiwani HR16 Kosli HR43 Chandigarh HR70
Siwani HR17 Ellenabad HR44 Bilaspur HR71
Loharu HR18 Karnal HR45 Gurgaon HR72
Charkhi Dadri HR19 Rohtak HR46 Palwal HR73
Hisar HR20 Rewari HR47 Mewat HR74
Hansi HR21 Tosham HR48 Indri HR75
Fatehabad HR22 Kalka HR49 Pataudi HR76
Tohana HR23 Hodal HR50 Beri HR77
Sirsa HR24 Faridabad HR51 Sahabad HR78
Dabwali HR25 Hatin HR52 Kharkhoda HR79
Gurgaon HR26 Adampur HR53 Barwala HR80
Nuh HR27 Ambala, Barara HR54 Bawal HR81
Ferozepur Jhirka HR28 Gurgaon HR55 Haryana HR99

What are the functions of an RTO?

The important functions of RTO Haryana are as follows:

  1. A motor vehicle to be used on public roads and public places have to be registered with the RTO of the state. Hence every RTO including RTO Haryana issues a registration certificate for new vehicles.
  2. For driving any kind of motor vehicle the driver needs to own a license. This license or permission is given by the RTO Haryana for people residing in the state. Even a driving school has to apply and receive a license from the RTO to run a business.
  3. The most important function of RTO Haryana is implementing the rules of the motor vehicle act. These rules are implemented for road safety purposes.
  4. Additional RTO Haryana collects taxes and fees that are levied by the transport department of the Haryana state.
  5. Lastly, RTO is responsible for issuing and renewing permits of a motor vehicle by checking their fitness.

Q: How to register a new vehicle in RTO Haryana?

Registration of a new vehicle is mandatory in the state of India. RTO Haryana is the prescribed authority for inspecting, verifying and issuing of the registration certificate. The application for a registration certificate can be obtained online or offline. The owner of the vehicle can get it registered either visiting the RTO personally for through a vehicle dealer. Since a vehicle dealer is an expert in the field, the registration process can be completed quickly and hassle-free.

During the time of registration, the vehicle will be inspected by the authority working in the RTO Haryana. The registration application should be submitted along with certain documents such as:

  1. Original sale invoice issued by the dealer.
  2. Proof of identity and address of the vehicle owner.
  3. The vehicle insurance certificate, pollution certificate and sale declaration certificate.
  4. The fee paid receipt, road tax acknowledgment.
  5. Loan hypothecation form if and when necessary
  6. NOC by the RTO (when the vehicle is registered in a different state)
  7. And finally, 3 to 4 passport size photos of the vehicle owner.

The certification process and the issue of a registration certificate will take about 7 working days. After verification, the RTO Haryana will issue a certificate along with a permanent number to be displayed on the vehicle for easy and clear identification.

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