RTO Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh has over 15 million registered vehicles, and the count is growing yearly. In order to maintain the law and the regulations of the Motor vehicle act, the state has ensured several RTOs for every district in the state. RTO Madhya Pradesh is responsible for implementing and enforcing the rules and regulations outlined by the Motor Vehicles Act of India. Its primary function is ensuring road safety, issuing driving licenses and vehicle registration certificates and collecting road taxes.

One can also avail of the services of MP RTOs through the official website of the MP Transport Department (https://transport.mp.gov.in/).

Functions and Responsibilities of RTO Madhya Pradesh

The key responsibilities of MP RTOs under the Madhya Pradesh Transport Department are as follows:

  • Vehicle Registration: RTO Madhya Pradesh is responsible for registering motor vehicles within the state. It issues unique registration numbers and vehicle documents for legal permits.
  • Issuing Driving Licenses: MP RTOs conduct driving tests and issue driving licenses to individuals who pass the required tests. These licenses are categorized based on the type of vehicle and the individual's proficiency in driving.
  • Road Tax Collection: The RTO collects road taxes from vehicle owners, which contributes to the development and maintenance of the state's road infrastructure.
  • Issue Fitness Certificates: Regional Transport Offices of Madhya Pradesh conduct periodic inspections to assess the roadworthiness of vehicles and issue fitness certificates to vehicles that meet the prescribed safety standards.
  • Transfer of Ownership: The RTO facilitates the transfer of vehicle ownership when bought or sold within the state.
  • Issuance of Permits: RTO MP also issues various permits for commercial vehicles, such as goods carriers and passenger vehicles, allowing them to operate legally within the state.
  • Enforcement of Motor Vehicle Rules: It plays a vital role in enforcing traffic rules and regulations to ensure road safety and reduce accidents.
  • Implementing Pollution Control Measures: RTOs in Madhya Pradesh take measures to control pollution by enforcing emission norms and conducting pollution checks at regular intervals.
  • Road Safety Initiatives: It also works towards creating awareness about road safety through campaigns, workshops, and educational programs.

MP RTO Code List

Madhya Pradesh RTO has multiple offices in various places with distinct codes. Look at the table provided below to understand more about MP RTOs.

RTO Offices

RTO Codes

State Governor’s Vehicle

MP-01

MP Government Vehicles

MP-02

MP Police Vehicles

MP-03

Bhopal

MP-04

Hoshangabad

MP-05

Morena

MP-06

Gwalior

MP-07

Guna

MP-08

Indore

MP-09

Khargone

MP-10

Dhar

MP-11

Khandwa

MP-12

Ujjain

MP-13

Mandsaur

MP-14

Sagar

MP-15

Chhatarpur

MP-16

Rewa

MP-17

Shahdol

MP-18

Satna

MP-19

Jabalpur

MP-20

Katni

MP-21

Seoni

MP-22

Raipur (not in use)

MP-23

Durg (not in use)

MP-24

Jagdalpur (not in use)

MP-25

Bilaspur (not in use)

MP-26

Ambikapur (not in use)

MP-27

Chhindwara

MP-28

Rajnandgaon (not in use)

MP-29

Bhind

MP-30

Sheopur

MP-31

Datia

MP-32

Shivpuri

MP-33

Damoh

MP-34

Panna

MP-35

Tikamgarh

MP-36

Sehore

MP-37

Raisen

MP-38

Rajgarh

MP-39

Vidisha

MP-40

Dewas

MP-41

Shajapur

MP-42

Ratlam

MP-43

Neemuch

MP-44

Jhabua

MP-45

Barwani

MP-46

Harda

MP-47

Betul

MP-48

Narsinghpur

MP-49

Balaghat

MP-50

Mandla

MP-51

Dindori

MP-52

Sidhi

MP-53

Umariya

MP-54

Bagli

MP-55

Anuppur

MP-65

Singrauli

MP-66

Ashoknagar

MP-67

Burhanpur

MP-68

Alirajpur

MP-69

Agar / Malwa

MP-70

Types of MP RTO Registration for Vehicles

There are two types of vehicle registration processes in Madhya Pradesh, which are briefly mentioned below:

  • Temporary registration: This type of registration is provided for a limited period and is usually issued to vehicles that have not received their permanent registration.
  • Permanent registration:  This is provided to vehicles once they fulfil all the necessary requirements, including proper documentation, safety checks, and payment of relevant fees. According to the Motor Car Act, one must complete permanent registration to legally drive their vehicle on the road. To register your vehicle, go to the nearest RTO in MP.

Vehicle Registration Process through Regional Transport Office, MP

Given below is the step-by-step process for MP RTO registration for vehicles:

Step 1: Visit the nearest RTO in your area with all the required documents.

Step 2: Submit the completed Form 20 (application for vehicle registration) and the necessary documents to the RTO.

Step 3: The vehicle will be inspected at the RTO to check its condition and ensure it meets the necessary safety and emission standards. 

Step 4: Pay the prescribed registration fees, road tax, and other applicable charges at the RTO counter. The fees depend on the type and age of the vehicle.

Step 5: The RTO authorities will verify the submitted documents and the vehicle inspection report. Once the verification is complete, the Regional Transport Office will issue the Vehicle Registration Certificate (RC) as proof of your vehicle's legal registration.

To know more about the MP Vehicle Registration process, visit the official website of Madhya Pradesh RTO (https://transport.mp.gov.in/).

Documents Required for MP Transport Department Registration

Here is the list of documents required during the vehicle registration process under the MP Transport Department:

  • Form 20 / car registration application.
  • Certificate of temporary registration.
  • Valid identity proof (Aadhar card, Passport, Voter ID, etc.).
  • Address proof (Aadhar card, Passport, utility bill, etc.).
  • Sales invoice from the dealer (for new vehicles).
  • Roadworthiness certificate (for used vehicles).
  • Insurance certificate.
  • Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate.
  • Form 34 (necessary in the event of loan hypothecation).
  • Form 60 (required if you do not have a PAN card).

Charges for MP RTO Vehicle Registration

Given below are the charges that are required to register a vehicle in Madhya Pradesh through the Regional Transport Office:

Type of Charges

Amount

Registration Charges

Rs. 600

Number Plate Charges

Rs. 230 – 400

FasTag Charges

Rs. 600 FasTag fees payable on purchase

Hypothecation Charges

Rs. 1,500

Temporary Registration Charges

Rs. 1,200 – 1,500

How to Transfer MP RTO Vehicle Ownership from Other States to Madhya Pradesh?

Before transferring their vehicle ownership to Madhya Pradesh, one must obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the RTO where the vehicle is currently registered. Ensure all outstanding road tax and other dues for the vehicle are cleared in the originating state.

After receiving the NOC certificate, visit any nearby RTO in Madhya Pradesh along with the following documents for vehicle ownership transfer:

  • NOC issued by the previous RTO
  • Original RC of the vehicle
  • Valid vehicle insurance certificate
  • Address proof of the vehicle owner
  • PUC certificate
  • Vehicle owner's identity proof
  • Passport-sized photographs of the vehicle owner
  • Chassis and engine pencil print of the vehicle

Form 29 (notice of transfer of ownership of a motor vehicle) and Form 30 (application for intimation and transfer of ownership of a motor vehicle) - These forms can be obtained from the RTO or downloaded from the official MP RTO website (https://transport.mp.gov.in/).

How to Get an RTO Driving Licence in Madhya Pradesh?

To apply for a driving licence online in MP, please follow the steps below:

  • Download and fill out the application form. Upload all required documents online.
  • The applicant will be given an application number, which must be presented during the driving test.
  • Schedule a driving test slot and pay the application fees online.
  • Visit the RTO office to take the driving test. The applicant will get their driving licence within 2-3 weeks if they pass the driving test.

Documents Required to Apply for a Driving Licence in MP

The applicant needs to submit the following documents while applying for a driving licence in Madhya Pradesh:

  • Passport-size photos
  • Vehicle documents if you own a vehicle
  • Age Proof: PAN Card, Voter Card, Aadhaar Card
  • Address Proof: Ration card, lease agreement, utility bill, etc
  • Valid ID Proof: Photo with signature, PAN, Aadhaar, or Passport
  • Driving licence Application Form.

Fees for licence Application

Type of Licence Process

Fees

Learner's Licence Application

Rs. 50

Issue of learner’s licence

Rs. 150

Issuing Driving Licence 

Rs. 200

Renewal of driving licence 

Rs. 200

International driver's licence 

Rs. 1000

Issue of Duplicate licence for Driving Schools

Rs. 5,000

Issue or renewal of licence to a school or for imparting instructions in driving

Rs. 10,000

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