How to Transfer RC from One State to Another?
Published On Dec 01, 2020 6:00 PM By InsuranceDekho
Read all about the process of how to transfer the registration of your bike from one state to another. Not only is it a seamless and easy process, it is also mandatory by law.
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Imagine you are fully settled in a city and suddenly you get to know that your work commitment requires you to get transferred or settled in any other Indian city. We understand that just a thought of this may sound extremely inconvenient for you as there are a lot of things that need to be taken care of when shifting to any other city.
Out of all the things that you must be considerate about when shifting from one place to another in India, getting RC for your bike transferred surely tops the list. This is because it is important that the RC of your bike belongs to the state you reside in, otherwise penalties will be levied. So, in this blog, we are going to not only discuss what RC is but also highlight how to transfer your bike RC from one state to another.
What Is RC?
RC or Registration Certificate is a legal document that registers the details of your bike and also validates that you own it. This is why as soon as you buy a new bike, it is very important that you get a Registration Certificate of the same from your nearest RTO. An RC is as important as is the bike insurance policy.
Moreover, the state law and taxes vary from one state to another. Thus, if you decide to settle in any other state within India, it is mandatory that you get the re-registration certificate from the respective state. Following are some of the major events during which you need to transfer your bike RC:
- You are settling from one state to another for personal reasons.
- If you are transferred from one state to another for performing work commitments. In this case, you need a new RC if the transfer is permanent or is for more than one year.
Now, let us discuss some easy steps of getting your bike transferred from one state to another.
How to Transfer RC from One State to Another?
You must be wondering if transferring bike RC from one state to another is an easy process or not. Our answer to this would be, it is extremely easy if you simply follow the steps that are mentioned below:
Step 1: Get NOC
Getting a NOC or No Objection Certificate from your previous RTO is a mandatory step to getting your RC transferred. NOC will indicate that there are no pending dues that you need to clear and thus will make it smoother to get your bike RC transferred to another state. However, please remember to check that your NOC clearly states the bike’s chassis number. Also, if you have taken a loan from any bank for buying your bike, then you need a No Objection Certificate from the bank as well.
Step 2: Transfer Your Bike To Another State
After you have obtained NOC from both parties, now, you can take your bike from one state to another. If you think this was all about the steps of getting bike RC transferred, then you are wrong, as there are several other steps involved as listed below.
Step 3: Visit The Nearest RTO In The City You Are Transferred To
Once your bike arrives in the city, you need to then visit the nearest RTO. At the respective RTO, you need to submit NOC as well as all the other documents that will be required such as road tax payment receipts, driving license, copy of the previous RC, etc. Carefully verify the documents and ensure all the information is correct before you submit them.
Step 4: Pay Road Tax Challan
As the road tax varies from one state to another, you will have to pay the tax applicable to ride your vehicle on the roads of the new state. For this, the new state RTO will issue you a road tax challan and you can pay the required fees as per the challan.
Step 5: Get Your Bike Inspected
Next, get your bike inspected by the concerned officer who will also take the imprint of the bike chassis number.
Step 6: Collect The Registration Certificate
Finally, after the verification is complete, the registration certificate would be issued to you. You would be given a date on which to visit the RTO and collect the certificate. So, collect the new RC of your bike as allotted.
Thus, transferring bike RC from one state to another is an easy and important step. It is important to follow all the steps carefully and to make sure that in case you are relocating with your bike from one state to another you follow all the correct procedures to make sure it is registered correctly.
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Disclaimer: This article is issued in the general public interest and meant for general information purposes only. Readers are advised not to rely on the contents of the article as conclusive in nature and should research further or consult an expert in this regard.