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Vehicle Ownership Transfer

FILL IN THE BASIC DETAILS ON OUR WEBSITE


Just fill in the personal details about the parties involved in the transaction and the vehicle getting transferred.


Vehicle Ownership Transfer

DOWNLOAD THE ATTACHED FORMS


Download the form 29 and form 30. For Hypothecation please download form 35 also.


Vehicle Ownership Transfer

PRINT THE FORMS GET THE SIGNATURES


Get the Signatures of the seller and buyer on Form 29 and Form 30 respectively as given in the sample forms.


Vehicle Ownership Transfer

SEND IT TO OUR ADDRESS ALONG WITH THE RC


Please send the filled forms and RC of vehicle to our postal address given on our website.




VEHICLE OWNERSHIP TRANSFER

No more RTO visits, entire paperwork sorted online


TWO WHEELER

 1000*


Charges does not include


  • Hypothecation Cancellation
  • Insurance Transfer



*Hypothecation -  400
**Affidavit -  250


FOUR WHEELER

 1500*


Charges does not include


  • Clearance certificate
  • Hypothecation Cancellation
  • Insurance Transfer


*Hypothecation -  400
**Affidavit -  250
**Clearance Certificate -  850



Frequently Asked Questions



RTO Forms
  • Bank/Financier Hypothecation cancellation certificate – Form 35 (If applicable) – Not needed for bikes but compulsory for cars
  • Clearance form (applicable if buyer’s RTO is different from seller’s RTO)
  • Form 29 (filled & duly signed) – 2 copies
  • Form 30 (filled & duly signed) – 2 copies
Seller’s documents
  • Original RC book
  • Copy of tax-paid card with up-to-date tax proof
  • Emission certificate copy
  • Insurance certificate copy
  • Self-addressed clothed envelope with Rs.30 stamps affixed on it for local speed post
Buyer’s documents
  • PAN card of buyer (If there is no PAN number- Form 61 in case of agriculturists and Form 60 in case of others).
  • 4 photos in a small plastic envelope
  • Address Proof of Buyer as per rule 4 of CMV rules (see FAQs to know which documents are acceptable as proof of address).
  • Self-addressed clothed envelope with Rs.30 stamps affixed on it for Local Speed Post.
  • Typically, the seller is not required to be present in Person at the RTO Office for transfer of vehicle. However, where the Signatures mismatch or the case seems doubtful - the Seller is also called to be present in RTO Office with ID Proof along with Buyer for Verification Purpose, to avoid any fraudulent/ stolen/ID theft Transfer.
  • Ideally, it shouldn’t take more than 2 weeks for the entire transfer of ownership but it largely varies from RTO to RTO which can stretch up to 45 days as well. As a matter of caution, the seller can submit Form TCR vehicle along with Copy of ID & Address Proof of Buyer within 2 Weeks. The same acts like a transfer intimation to RTO Office after sale of vehicle.
  • Passport/Ration Card/Electricity Bill should be fine, if the buyer’s name and address is there. If you’re having only rented home agreement, you need an affidavit on 20Rs stamp paper from Notary + Letter from your company HR to RTO stating your residential address. Please note that Standalone Rent Agreement, Credit Card Statement, Private Bank Statement, Appointment Letter of Private Company, Landline bill - are not considered address proof for effecting transfer in name of buyer
  • If the car you’re about to buy has an outstanding loan, the process will also include hypothecation cancellation. The seller will need to take an NOC aka hypothecation cancellation certificate (Form 35) from his bank/financier and submit the same along with other required documents at the buyer’s RTO.
  • More often than not, the original RTO of seller might be different from what registration number suggests. The original RTO can be ascertained at the right corner on the backside of the RC card. The RTO division is usually mentioned within braces.
  • Form 28, application for NOC, is different from CC and is not applicable for transfers within state. A separate letter of application for CC from the seller is required for transfers within the state.
  • In case of non-transport vehicles like two wheelers and cars, the registration certificate is valid for 15 years from the date of first registration, and it is renewed after every five subsequent years.