DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION
On purchasing a new vehicle, the owner must apply for registration within 7 days from the date of delivery of the vehicle with the following:
- Filled in Application Form (Form no. 20). The form is available with all registering authorities in every state across the country
- Sales Certificate in original (Form no. 21). This is supplied by the dealer/seller at the time of delivery of the vehicle
- Road Worthiness Certificate (Form no. 22). This is supplied by manufacturer and handed over by dealer at the time of delivery of the vehicle
- Attested copy of a valid Insurance Certificate
- Proof of Identity
- Proof of Residence
- Customs Clearance Certificate if the vehicle has been imported
- Challan Receipt
- Affidavit on Rs. 3/- non-judicial stamp paper
- Chassis Pencil print
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