RTO Gujarat

Gujarat is a state of over 6 crore people, and nearly half of this population owns vehicles. To serve in terms of transport and govern the motor vehicles department, the State has 38 RTOs (Regional Transport Offices). These Gujarat RTOs follow the structure and workflow of the regional transport authority to keep a comprehensive database of motor vehicles registered in Gujarat.
The primary goal is to serve and enforce the rules and regulations that have already been outlined in the Motor Vehicles Act. To accomplish this goal, it has also established an official portal (rtogujarat.com - RTO Gujarat Website) to cater to varied requirements online.

Role of RTO Gujarat

To ensure that the services related to motor vehicles in Gujarat are given efficiently, the Gujarat government has established Regional Transport Offices all across the state.

It undertakes varied functions, including registration and maintenance of vehicle data plying in Gujarat and issuing driving licenses. Adding to this, GJ RTO is also responsible for carrying out pollution inspections and fitness checkups.

List of Gujarat RTOs

Following are the cities of Gujarat with their respective RTO codes-


RTO Code

RTO Ahmedabad


RTO Mehsana


RTO Rajkot


RTO Bhavnagar


RTO Surat


RTO Vadodara


RTO Nadiad


RTO Palanpur


RTO Himatnagar


RTO Jamnagar


RTO Junagadh


RTO Kutch-Bhuj


RTO Surendra Nagar


RTO Amreli


RTO Valsad


RTO Bharuch


RTO Godhra


RTO G'nagar


RTO Bardoli


RTO Dahod


RTO Navsari


RTO Rajpipla


RTO Anand


RTO Patan


RTO Porbandar


RTO Vyara


RTO Ahmedabad East


RTO Aahwa


RTO Arvalli


RTO Veraval


RTO Botad


RTO Chhota Udepur


RTO Lunawada


RTO Morbi


RTO Khambhaliya


RTO Bavla


Services Offered by RTO Gujarat

It offers a set of varied services. The primary threefold services are:

  • Ensure that the terms of the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, the Central Motor Vehicles Rules of 1989, and the state motor vehicle guidelines are appropriately enforced.
  • To levy and take taxes in accordance with the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988.
  • To assist in the growth of road transport by administering the necessary licence and permits.

Functions of the Gujarat RTO

To comply with the regulations, the following functions are carried out-

  1. Motor Vehicle Collection of Tax
  2. Driver's License Issuance
  3. Mechanical Inspection of the Vehicle
  4. Registration of Vehicle
  5. Permit Issuance

Registration of a New Vehicle with the Regional Transport Office of Gujarat

Registration of a vehicle is one of the most major tasks undertaken by the RTO; here is the process that you would have to follow to get it done in Gujarat:

  • Step 1: You will have to get Form 20, fill it and submit it to the authorized executive.
  • Step 2: Submit the required documents with the fees.
  • Step 3: The motor vehicle will be inspected, and if all of your papers are right, the registration will be allocated.
  • Step 4: The vehicle registration information will be informed via SMS or email.

Many automobile owners prefer their personal registration number over the computer-generated registration number. When a new registration number series is opened in an RTO, allocation is done through an auction.

Registration numbers that have not been assigned to anyone are sold for a price following the auction. The fee for two-wheelers is Rs.1,000, and the fee for four-wheelers is Rs.5,000.

Documents Required to Register with the Gujarat Regional Transport Office

Mentioned below are the compulsory documents required to register-

  • PUC Certificate
  • Insurance
  • Original RC
  • Form 25
  • Payment Fees
  • Fitness Certificate

Motor Vehicle Registration Fees with RTO Gujarat

Vehicle Type



Rs. 500

Transport Light Motor Vehicle

Rs. 300

Heavy Goods Vehicle

Rs. 600

Any Other Type of Vehicle

Rs. 1000

Invalid Carriage

Rs. 500

Non-transport Light Motor Vehicle

Rs. 200

Medium Goods and Passenger Vehicle

Rs. 400

Imported Motor Vehicle

Rs. 800

Process to Apply for a License with RTO Gujarat

Here's how to submit your DL application in Gujarat online.

  • Step 1: Visit the Parivahan Sewa website(https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan/).
  • Step 2: Navigate to the "Online Services" menu and select the DL Services option.
  • Step 3: On the redirected website, select "Gujarat" to access the Learning License application area.
  • Step 4: Complete your application, upload the relevant documents, and pay the application fees. 
  • Step 5: Schedule the Learning License permit test and keep it for at least a minimum of 30 days before applying for the DL.
  • Step 6: Return to the RTO portal and apply for permanent DL as an applicant with Learning License.
  • Step 7: Finish the paperwork and pay the fees to get a preferred time for the driving test.
  • Step 8: Print off the receipt and bring it to your RTO driving test.
  • Step 9: Finish the process and wait for the DL to be dispatched.

When you finish the procedure, your application is sent for verification, and the DL is mailed to your home address.

Documents Required to Apply for a Driver's License in Regional Transport Office in Gujarat

The following documents will be required to obtain a permanent driving license in Gujarat-

  • Fitness Form
  • Application Form
  • Learning License
  • Aadhaar, Utility Bill, etc., for address proof.
  • ID Card for Age proof
  • Passport size photo

Fees and Charges for License at the Regional Transport Office in Gujarat

Test or Retest for Learning License

Rs. 50

Learning License

Rs. 150

Test or Retest for Driving License

Rs. 300

Driving License

Rs. 200

HSRP for Vehicles in Gujarat

As per the new regulation, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has made it compulsory for all 2 and 4-wheelers that were sold before 1 April 2019 to have High-Security Number Plates (HSRP) affixed to the respective vehicles.

With an HSRP Gujarat number plate, it becomes much easier to recognize the stolen vehicles having duplicate number plates. The Gujarat residents can buy or apply for an HSRP through local RTOs, authorised auto dealers, or even online by visiting http://www.hsrpgujarat.com/.

Once applied, the application can be tracked on the same online portal.

Transferring Ownership of the Vehicle through Gujarat RTO

  • Forms 29 and 30 must be submitted. A pencil imprint of the chassis number must also be added to the form.
  • If the vehicle's ownership is being transferred owing to inheritance, Form 31 must be submitted to the authorities.
  • If the vehicle's ownership is being transferred owing to public action, Form 32 must be completed.
  • Along with Form 29 and Form 30, a vehicle insurance certificate, R.C., PUC certificate, and an identity document must be attached.

Endorsing the Hypothecation Agreement

You will have to submit Form 34 with an imprint of the chassis. Along with this, the original PUC and R.C. book certificates must be submitted.

Terminating the Hypothecation Certificate

You will have to submit form 35, which needs to include the imprint of the chassis. Along with this, the original PUC certificate and R.C. book need to be submitted.

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