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  • Inter-State Bike Transfer Thread

    Hi guys,

    my friend needs to shift his bike from Kerala to Bangalore.

    Could one of you please advice on the RTO formalities that are to be done.

    Like NOC , Re-registration and stuff like that.

    Thanks in advance.

    @mod. is this the correct thread to post this ?
    - You spend half your life before you realize your are ordinary, you then, either are too lazy to change or you do the extraordinary and change the world!

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    Query Approved.

    There was a thread which which we generally use to discuss such stuff. I am not able to locate it right now. Will search for it, and merge this query into that thread in a while.
    :)

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    • #3
      err.. guys...

      @aryan.. any luck in finding the thread.. did a search myself could not find it..
      - You spend half your life before you realize your are ordinary, you then, either are too lazy to change or you do the extraordinary and change the world!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by avinrichards View Post
        err.. guys...

        @aryan.. any luck in finding the thread.. did a search myself could not find it..
        Get the NOC certificate ASAP. then transferr the bike and insurance to the frnds name.

        Come to bangalore pay tax and get it registered here.

        There is a form for INsurance transfer.
        There is a Sales recipt, which the prev owner will give u after signing on a 1rs stamp.

        Form 29 (notice of transfer of ownership of veicle.
        There is also form 60 if you pay by cash.

        After all this you'll get the RC book transferred to your name in Chennai. Take the updated RC book , bring it to Bangalore and register it in an RTO.

        Its better to get a KA number here. The police really hound non KA numbers !!

        I show the tax recipt, but they still argue on something or the other !! (Mostly about the number written on the front fender) !!
        Kawasaki Ninja : Because lazy sunday afternoons should be despatched at 160 kmph!!!
        Hyosung Aquila : Because sometimes you need to look cool while riding at 40 kmph and you can do that only on a cruiser !!!

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        • #5
          @Sukant

          Bro, i have an other state registered bike.

          Is it enough if i do these to ride it in KA?

          1) Get an NOC from the reistered RTO

          2) Produce the NOC at the Karnataka RTO, and pay KA road tax

          3) And the rest Blah blah, like PUC,INsurance etc.

          Should i transfer the insurance also?

          And i want my original number itself as it is a fancy one, i dont bother being stopped by cops as long as i am legal, that should be fine rite?
          When everything comes ur way, u r in the wrong way ;)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by insanebiker View Post
            Bro, i have an other state registered bike.

            Is it enough if i do these to ride it in KA?

            1) Get an NOC from the reistered RTO

            2) Produce the NOC at the Karnataka RTO, and pay KA road tax

            3) And the rest Blah blah, like PUC,INsurance etc.

            Should i transfer the insurance also?

            And i want my original number itself as it is a fancy one, i dont bother being stopped by cops as long as i am legal, that should be fine rite?
            As long as you have other states reg bike, you are more likely to get stopped. Coz they see a non KA number as an easy invitation to get some money.

            So after you are stopped, you'll have to generally only show the tax recipt in K'taka and the emission. They will realise you have registered it here ans let you go. But mostly they will keep nagging you about something or the other. If nothing else they argued with me about the size of the font at back, or the light having a glare.
            Main thing is don't carry the originals with you, they will keep it in thr pocket and then blackmail you !!
            So keep photostats, and wen they say to pay them otherwise they will not return ur papers, tell them to Fcuk Off as u have the originals with u !!
            Kawasaki Ninja : Because lazy sunday afternoons should be despatched at 160 kmph!!!
            Hyosung Aquila : Because sometimes you need to look cool while riding at 40 kmph and you can do that only on a cruiser !!!

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            • #7
              @ sukant

              thanx a lot mate.

              I'll tell my friend to
              --->get the NOC from the registered RTO
              --->Pay karnataka tax
              --->Get the insurance transferred.
              --->and voila "ROAD LEGAL "

              he does not mind roaming with the same number.

              thank a lot again..
              - You spend half your life before you realize your are ordinary, you then, either are too lazy to change or you do the extraordinary and change the world!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by avinrichards View Post
                @ sukant

                thanx a lot mate.

                I'll tell my friend to
                --->get the NOC from the registered RTO
                --->Pay karnataka tax
                --->Get the insurance transferred.
                --->and voila "ROAD LEGAL "

                he does not mind roaming with the same number.

                thank a lot again..
                No issues mate !! Glad to help.
                Well he can roam arnd with the name number, I do too. But be prepared to be stopped more often by the traffic police!!
                Kawasaki Ninja : Because lazy sunday afternoons should be despatched at 160 kmph!!!
                Hyosung Aquila : Because sometimes you need to look cool while riding at 40 kmph and you can do that only on a cruiser !!!

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                • #9
                  need assistance on NOC

                  Hi friends,
                  I got transferred from hyderabad to chennai recently.
                  Now i want to get my bike to channai, I got to know from few of my friends that i have to take a NOC but noone knows the process to be followed
                  Could anyone please guide me through the process
                  Im missing my bike a lot
                  Thanks in advance
                  -Shirish
                  karizmatic

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                  • #10
                    Query Approved.
                    :)

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                    • #11
                      @Shirish - If you've the time & patience, go to your beat police station, meet the SI or Inspector & request for an NOC from them. You may need to give a written statement to them stating the reason/purpose. If they're good they should be able to do this within a day.
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                      • #12
                        I was going through a related thread
                        someone suggested to go to the rta and take an noc from there and drop off the registration and go for a new registration at the new location
                        is this necessary
                        karizmatic

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by shirish View Post
                          I was going through a related thread
                          someone suggested to go to the rta and take an noc from there and drop off the registration and go for a new registration at the new location
                          is this necessary
                          Issue Of no Objection Certificate An application for Issue of No Objection Certificate shall be made in Form 28 (in triplicate) to the Registration Authority by which the Vehicle was previously Registered / Transferred. by affixing Rs.3/- Non-Judicial Court Fee Stamp.
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                          • #14
                            Thanks man
                            karizmatic

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                            • #15
                              I got a small query.
                              Currently I am using my brothers Unicorn which is registered with Karnataka RTA in AndhraPradesh.
                              I got NOC from Karnataka but I didn't register the vehicle with AndhraPradesh RTA.

                              what happens if I encounter with Police? The vehicle has got all the papers including NOC except the Registration with AP RTA.
                              what kind of fines do I have to pay?

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