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Updated on Sep 23, 2022
Do you know what is bike registration transfer process? Or what steps are involved and what bike transfer fee you must pay for the process?
You already know that a bike or car needs to be registered immediately after buying it to be able to drive without a hassle on the roads. The registration is required to be done at the RTO or Regional Transport Office. Once you register your two/four wheeler, you get a registration certificate (RC), which serves as a proof that you own the vehicle.
In future, you might need to transfer the registration if you plan to move the bike within the state or to move it from one state in India to another. This transfer process is called the process of RC transfer.
Bike Registration transfer might be required in case you are moving your bike from one state to another either permanently or for a duration which is more than one year. In this case, the amount of fees, the steps to follow to get the transfer done, as well as the documentations required might differ depending on the type of transfer- within the state or from one state to another.
Here we are offering the necessary details that you must know to make your bike transfer process easy within a state.
Here’s a list of documents needed for transferring bike RC within a state:
You have to a pay a nominal fee of 30 to 35 rupees as a bike transfer price, while paying 200 rupees is needed to the RTO as Smart card fee in case of two-wheelers. This amount might vary between 300 to 500 rupees for cars.
Follow the below steps for registration transfer from one state to another:
Here’s a list of documents needed for transferring bike RC from one state to another:
Like in the case of RC transfer within a state, you would require all the documents mentioned above along with few others for RC transfer from one state to another:
You have to a pay a nominal fee between 30 to 35 rupees as bike transfer charges, while paying 200 rupees is needed to the RTO as Smart card fee in case of bikes. This amount might vary between 1,500 to 10,000 rupees for cars.
Depending on the RTO of the state as well as the situation of RC transfer, the process might differ. There are many RTOs where registration of a vehicle is done through smart card, while there are others that do not allow such facility. Thus, the time and process of RC transfer depends accordingly. Overall, the time for the process might vary between a week to 3-4 weeks.
There are two ways to check the RC transfer status as mentioned below:
Here are the steps to follow for checking the RC transfer status online:
Here are the steps to follow for checking the RC transfer status through SMS:
When you sell your vehicle the ownership of the bike also changes. This requires the ownership to be modified in all the valid documents required to drive a vehicle. This is also applicable for Registration Certificate (RC). Thus, one must transfer all the monetary as well as legal accountability related to a two-wheeler while transferring the ownership of the vehicle from one person to another.
It is important for everyone to be aware of the essential details regarding bike transfer process. This is because if you ride your bike without a valid RC, you might get into legal hassle. So, ensure to transfer your RC in case you are planning to buy an already used bike.
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