Process of RTO Road Tax Refund

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Are you looking for the Refund of Road Tax amount paid originally to RTO? Here is a quick round up for you to know the process applicable after registering the vehicle in new state.

Road tax – a tax to be paid periodically on motor vehicles for using the public roads. Road tax is imposed in India by the central and state government and also by the local bodies.

If the vehicle is used in a state which is not the one where it was registered, then lifetime tax has to be paid again in the state where the car is being used. The state entry tax is also to be paid. After registration all the road taxes are to be paid at the RTO (regional transport office) in your area.

Process of Road Tax Refund

Only after the Vehicle is registered in New State, the Tax Refund can be applied.

Documents / forms to be submitted for Tax Refund –

» Notarized copy of New Smart Card & Original or Notarized copy of Old Smart Card (as available)

» Imprint of Car Chassis

» NOC of State Transfer (Photocopy)

» Copy of New Insurance & PUC

» Photocopy of receipt of New Road Tax Paid

» Receipt of Road Tax paid originally in First State where vehicle was registered

» RTO Form DT, RTO Form 16 as application for Tax Refund

» New Address Proof as Proof of Migration along with ID Proof

» Request letter for refund along with Bank Account Number / Address on which cheque needs to be sent

» (Only applicable in Karnataka) New Registration Authority has to send CRTI Intimation that vehicle is registered in New State

To the original RTO Office where vehicle is registered, all these have to be submitted with Notarized Copies of Photocopy with self-affixed stamp of equivalent value of Registered Post on it.

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