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DIY: Registration of new car without broker or dealer at Kondapur, Hyderabad

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20 hours ago, Ganesh said:

Thanks for the information brother.

 

I'd like to share my experience at Kondapur RTO on 30th Dec, 2017:

 

 

Thanks mate for putting the updated registration procedure here. This will surely help people who want to save a little :)

By the way congratulations for your new Baleno! So when are we getting detail buying experience, user review & some stunning shots of the killer car?

 

Few tips for the new car:-

1) No need to do anti-rust coating or any sort of coating unless comes for free, new car comes with all sort of coating & treatments

2) No teflon coating is required on a new car. In fact, in Hyderabad I doubt anyone does teflon, everyone does waxing & they call it a generic name teflon. 

3) If you are planning to wash the car for yourself, then follow two-buckets method. Dip the cloth in 1st bucket (clean water/shampoo) -> clean the car-> wash the cloth in 2nd bucket-> dip it again in the 1st bucket (clean water/shampoo)-> wash the car. Repeat. It will surely save your car from swirl marks

4) Break-in the engine. Though people say modern engine does not require so. But mate, at the end of the day its your car. There's no harm if you dont push the engine for initial 1000 km. By this way, you can set your hand with the new car as well. 

 

If further help is required do let me know.

 

Cheers!

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11 hours ago, Pralay said:

If further help is required do let me know.

 

Cheers!

 

Thanks Brother. Sure.

Thanks for the tips.

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Firstly, Congratulations on your new Baleno @Ganesh. Thanks much for sharing your insight on the whole procedure so much in detail. I am very much sure, that this would help anyone who is going for his vehicle registration by self. Saving 3k for the price is quite a big number for what it takes. Cheers for that bro.

 

@Pralay You never disappoint any in providing such beautiful and useful tips with our fellows. I am very sure that most of the new car buyers get looted at the showrooms for these extras which are outrightly not necessary. Thanks much for bringing ahead the awareness for the members who aren't aware of this. Cheers bro! :D

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45 minutes ago, sagar said:

 

@Pralay You never disappoint any in providing such beautiful and useful tips with our fellows. I am very sure that most of the new car buyers get looted at the showrooms for these extras which are outrightly not necessary. Thanks much for bringing ahead the awareness for the members who aren't aware of this. Cheers bro! :D

 

Thanks @sagar :). In fact, another thing i recently noticed that, in Hyderabad, few dealers again started collecting "handling charges" despite that is illegal. But customer gets emotional when s/he buys a car, so these dealers just take that opportunity to loot the customers in the name of whatever!!

 

Not sure if @Ganesh had paid "handling charges" or not!

 

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10 minutes ago, Pralay said:

 

Thanks @sagar :). In fact, another thing i recently noticed that, in Hyderabad, few dealers again started collecting "handling charges" despite that is illegal. But customer gets emotional when s/he buys a car, so these dealers just take that opportunity to loot the customers in the name of whatever!!

 

Not sure if @Ganesh had paid "handling charges" or not!

 

 

Thanks @sagar

 

I haven't paid as far as I remember @Pralay

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@Ganesh Thank you for your post. I bought a new Baleno zeta a month back and planning for PR on 27th at Kondapur.

Now i'm thinking to do it myself instead of contacting an agent.

 

Only thing which bothers me is address proof. I'm from Vizag and a Bachelor (meaning no address proofs in Hyderabad). But i can provide my bank statement as address proof.

Should we get this notarized or how would they accept the address proof?

 

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7 minutes ago, Ravikalyan said:

But i can provide my bank statement as address proof.


Bank statement is good enough with agent. 

Without agent, I'm not sure they will accept. If you live around Kondapur RTO, you can ask around the shops near Kondapur RTO.
They may help you getting the notary.


Is it a private or govt. bank?

 

Would suggest you to update your Aadhar address based on bank statement(Can be done online)

Once it is updated, you can use it for registration. 

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There's very little chance to make it through with pvt. bank statement. Still if you insist, then I would suggest to get it signed from the bank. instead of just a pdf print.

And, I would also suggest you to visit RTO once to know what are the docs accepted by them as "Address proof". There's a list of docs which is accepted by them, anything out of syllabus they may not act positively :D 

 

Whatever it is, Pl update here!

 

Cheers!

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2 hours ago, Ravikalyan said:

@Ganesh Thank you for your post. I bought a new Baleno zeta a month back and planning for PR on 27th at Kondapur.

Now i'm thinking to do it myself instead of contacting an agent.

 

Only thing which bothers me is address proof. I'm from Vizag and a Bachelor (meaning no address proofs in Hyderabad). But i can provide my bank statement as address proof.

Should we get this notarized or how would they accept the address proof?

 

@Ravikalyan Congratulations. :-)

As per their rules, they accept only copies of govt. issued docs as address proofs. But sorry that I am not sure whether that address should match our current residence address or not. I provided my Aadhar copy and it has my current residence address. It'd be better If you can go to RTA office and inquire. They are friendly and they can provide you the right information. All the best.

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Thanks all, this is useful.  

 

I had been to this RTO today to get my car registered. I was at the office at 10:30 AM and was done by 11:30 AM.    Following steps took some time within this hour long process.    

  1. Keeping the papers in order as mentioned in their paper.    
  2. They need a photo copy of your ID and address proof. I did not carry these because the document given by dealer did not mention this.  
  3. The pencil mark of chassis number on Form-20 is tricky one.  I managed to get some digits printed, not all;  but the inspector did not seem to care for this.   

additional tips :

  1. I had been to this office on last Saturday, there was a long line; I would recommend to avoid Saturday.  Today (Tuesday) there was not much crowd.  
  2. Please book the appointment online. The clerk will ask for the application number from this appointment.   
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Sharing a discussion on how out of state cars are handled in Hyderabad

 

 

 Raju :

 

Hi friends,
My MH12 (Pune) registered Polo got caught today RTA inspector inspected on the way to office near Lanco Hills.
He has taken the Vehicle RC and have asked me to pay the road tax within 15 days and then to get the RC from him.


Now I wanted to know how much would the road tax I would need to pay.

When browsed in net, it says for vehicles more than 2 years and less than 3 years, 10.5% of vehicle cost to be paid.
Now what does the Vehicle cost here refers to?

 

 Also do I need to pay lifetime road tax only or any short term tax option is available.. as I may move on from Hyderabad probably by end of next year


Chanikya Singam 

Hi, your vehicle percentage depends on which year your car is manufactured.

Mostly for a recent car. It is around 9% to 8%  older one will be little less.

Example, A friend of mine has a car of WB he ended up paying 80000 fine in RTA.

Then his vehicle got released. Tell me where you given any receipt.


 Raju :

I was given a notice of asking me to pay it within 15 days.. mine is 2015 registered vehicle.. It is mentioned in net as 10.5% of cost of vehicle. Does the cost here means the actual on road cost?
Got my vehicle on last year July to Hyderabad
 Prabhakar Rao AVR

Any proof of travel to pune after that?
 Baran Raju

No I didn't make any travel after that


Nishanth Reddy

 As per law you should pay though it's unfair.. Can't help it.
 "Drive without borders.. Waseem memon"
Google this and you will find all the info about your situation.
Satyam Saligram :

I heard MORTH (Ministry of Road Transport & Highways) is contemplating to get Lifetime tax under GST to ensure one vehicle one tax at least for white board vehicles
It’s better to take it to Nanded and get it back at least once every 5-6 months instead of paying that 75-80k

 

Prabhakar Rao AVR :

Can you prove that you moved in July? 
Do you have any permanent residence or parents in MH? 
Please don't mind me asking too many questions. 
I'm trying to avoid the tax if you are legally entitled for exemption.
MV act says it's 11 months. So you can get the exemption if you travel back to Pune before that & leave it there for some time.
 

Saichand 

1) More than six years vehicles can't get registered in Telangana due to BS norms. If possible negotiate with the RTO officer on that and get back your RC
2) Present car value will be mentioned on the insurance document
3) RTO officer can't just take your RC unless he has a proof that can is in Telangana for more than 11 months, try to create some bills from some courier service that you got car shipped recently

 No.. we don't have any permanent or relations. Had been in Pune for work only.
So one question.

 If I make a visit to Pune this weekend and come back by Sunday..

Will the toll plaza receipt would be enough for getting exempted?

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On 8/6/2016 at 1:29 PM, Pralay said:

Graciaas!! So, you got the shiny new car which is eager to hit the road! But wait, what about the permanent registration? You can always rely upon your dealer to this favour, of course against some money, but you can save few hundred to thousand bucks if can do it yourself. In this write up I would like to share my experience of car registration in Kondapur , Hyderabad.

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And thanks a ton ... this detailed post helped me doing the process on my own . 

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On 1/4/2018 at 3:12 PM, Ganesh said:

Thanks for the information brother.

 

I'd like to share my experience at Kondapur RTO on 30th Dec, 2017:

 

Thanks, Ganesh.
The process is still the same.  I visited  RTO at Kondapur, Hyderabad  around 12 or 3/Jul/18.

Certainly, no agent required.

 

Hope this web-page started by Pralay and  comments from all different users  continue to help others.

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1 hour ago, balajiRediffmail said:

The process is still the same.

 

Thank you for the latest update Balaji.

Also share few more details like which RTO and how much time does it take?

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On 8/8/2016 at 10:33 AM, Pralay said:

Thank you So much!!!

Well in our case they had quoted excluding the charges you mentioned, and we dint receive any quotation from any dealer after these charges. Even recently I took a TD & quote for jazz(for my friend), they also dint mention these charges.

IMO, if it is mentioned in the quotation, then simply asked him to remove that part. We asked to remove Ex Warranty & handling charges, they removed it without any question.

 

On 1/4/2018 at 3:12 PM, Ganesh said:

Thanks for the information brother.

 

Hey,

This was really informative

 

Just one quick question. In your Temporary registration certificate, what was the RTA written under "Vehicle to be registered at:" Mine says RTA Rangareddy TS-007.

 

Does that mean I can register my vehicle at RTO Kondapur. My address in the sale document is Kondapur.

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20 hours ago, Rachit said:

 

 

Hey,

This was really informative

 

Just one quick question. In your Temporary registration certificate, what was the RTA written under "Vehicle to be registered at:" Mine says RTA Rangareddy TS-007.

 

Does that mean I can register my vehicle at RTO Kondapur. My address in the sale document is Kondapur.

 

 

Yes it was written. Last bold point in the TR. And mine was same as yours TS07. you go to kondapur RTO to get it registered. Avoid Fridays & Mondays they said.

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Hello,

 

Thank you for this informative post. I was able to do the registration of my new vehicle today without any agent thanks to this post.

 

1. I submitted the documents on counter 2 and got a receipt.

 

2. Signed, picture and thumb impressions on counter 3 after presenting the receipt

 

3. Proceeded to the police officer who asked for chasis impression at 2 places on form 20.

 

Please carey originals of pan card and other id and address proofs. For adhaar card I simply said that it is downloaded from uidai.

 

Image of documents attached.

 

They also state that please provide the online slot booking information print. But a photo of that also sufficed.

 

Overall took slightly less than an hour.

 

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