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  • Re: Mumbai to Kolkata

    Originally posted by JeDiKnight View Post
    Hi,

    I have my 2009 R15 with MH01 registration in Kolkata and want to sell it. I am planning to get the NOC from Mumbai so that I can register it locally and then sell it. I was told that it cannot be registered here as it is not BS IV. Is that the case? If yes, what options do I have for selling it (send it back to Mumbai and sell maybe)? If not, please confirm the process to get my bike registered here (including any tips to avoid the BS IV trap). I have my RC, insurance, a Kolkata PUC, local address proof and am travelling to Mumbai just to get the NOC done.

    Thanks in advance for your suggestions..

    Similar problem: "The FINAL answer is, the BS3 vehicles cannot be re registered anywhere. That means, NO INTERSTATE Transfers allowed anymore. You can sell the vehicle withing your home state where only ownership is transfered and NOT registration.

    Infact My BS3 Bike purchaser informed me that his application to transfer from Gurgaon to Delhi has been refunded back. So that effectively means he has to get Haryana Address to change ownership.

    I spoke to Vasant Vihar Motor Licencing Officer at length and understood the whole story.

    No agent can manage this...."

    here is the link: "
    https://www.bcmtouring.com/forums/threads/re-registration-of-bs3-motor-cycle-in-janakpuri-w-rto-with-noc-from-mumbai.71531/page-2"

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    • Re: Inter-State Bike Transfer Thread

      Hi,

      I have an RX135 2002 registered bike. Registered in Udupi (Karnataka). I am no more in India and had moved the bike to Bangalore where a friend was taking care of it.

      Recently, my friend moved out of Bangalore as well. As a result, I have decided to send the bike to Mumbai, where my sister lives and she would ride it and take care of it. While it would have been easier had the documents been in place to transfer to Mumbai and have it registered there.

      I am the second owner – and do not want to sell it as it was a gift to me by my then girlfriend – now wife. The current state of the bike; currently chained in Mysore to avoid theft
      • Original RC book available
      • Insurance expired
      • Fitness expired (Over 15 years from the date of first registration)
      • PUC expired
      • Owner (Me) not in India and will not be visiting for the next 6 months.

      I would like to know about the process around this, do I need to get the bike valid (in the sense, get all the documentation sorted) and then transfer to Mumbai, or should I move the bike to Mumbai, get the documents and then transfer the registration.
      Also, I need to know if I can get an NOC from Karnataka without having to be there personally.

      Thanks a tonne for all the help!

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      • Re: need assistance on NOC

        Originally posted by shirish View Post
        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
        I want to transfer my bike from mumbai to banglore could you help me out?

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        • Re: Inter-State Bike Transfer Thread

          Hi,

          I have 2 friends who need their bike transferred from Odissa and Punjab to Dehradun, Uttrakhand. Will it be possible for them to ride the bike in Dehradun with their default registration/number or will they need to apply for an NOC and then get it re-registered in Dehradun?

          Basically, is it possible to ride an outstation bike in a different state without applying for a change in registration?

          Looking forward to a reply.


          Thank you.

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          • Re: Inter-State Bike Transfer Thread

            Originally posted by sandeepb View Post
            Hi,

            I have 2 friends who need their bike transferred from Odissa and Punjab to Dehradun, Uttrakhand. Will it be possible for them to ride the bike in Dehradun with their default registration/number or will they need to apply for an NOC and then get it re-registered in Dehradun?

            Basically, is it possible to ride an outstation bike in a different state without applying for a change in registration?

            Looking forward to a reply.


            Thank you.
            You can ride easily in dehradun. They are not bothered about registering there. Just keep all your documents and follow rules.

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            • Re: Inter-State Bike Transfer Thread

              Karnataka has so strict policies. They always look for bikes having non Karnataka number.

              Follow this link for all the details.
              https://www.bankbazaar.com/two-wheel...-transfer.html
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              • Re: Inter-State Bike Transfer Thread

                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. Kia Sportage

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                • Re: NOC for car to be used in Banglore

                  Originally posted by Divya Sharan View Post
                  Approved and merged!

                  We are a 2 wheeler forum only, so let's assume you're talking about bike X.

                  There are 2 ways you can currently go about it if you're adamant with bringing X to BLR.

                  1. Carry the original invoice of car purchase, with the original RC card. Get a PUC done in Kerala and carry petrol pump receipts (and toll receipts) to prove that you have stayed in BLR for less than 30 days. Avoid middlemen and head to the RTO and pay only the lifetime road tax. No need to get KA reg plates.
                  But the catch is, you will not recover any money after a year when you plan to leave BLR.

                  2. Get an NOC from KL RTO. Now, carry the same stuff as mentioned above - PUC, original invoice, RC, petrol pump/toll receipts and head to BLR RTO and apply for KA plates + lifetime tax. After a year, you can apply for a refund from the RTO and pray that you get your money back in under 6 months of time. Purely based on your luck.
                  If you then head back to KL, you'll have to repeat the same steps again.

                  If I were you and I had to return back to KL after a year, I'd not bother bringing X here.
                  However, the formula for calculating LTT here is:

                  Tax on Depreciated value of X (as per the original invoice, or KA RTO records in its absence) + [email protected]% of the depreciated value + [email protected]% of the depreciated value.
                  Say, the depreciated cost of X is 2L now. Tax is 18% IIRC. (maybe wrong here)

                  So total tax = 18% of 2L + 10% of (18% of 2L) + 1% of (18% of 2L) = 39,960.

                  This is just LTT. For option 2, you'll have to spend more for KA plates. If you opt for option 1, you lose all this money after a year.

                  Better get a scooter and sell it while moving back.
                  Hi, I would be moving from Kolkata to Bangalore with my 2 wheeler and want to know if I just pay the life time tax in KA rto, will that be enough for me to ride with my WB plates, if yes for how long will it be troubless?

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                  • Re: NOC for car to be used in Banglore

                    Originally posted by Newton23 View Post
                    Hi, I would be moving from Kolkata to Bangalore with my 2 wheeler and want to know if I just pay the life time tax in KA rto, will that be enough for me to ride with my WB plates, if yes for how long will it be troubless?
                    They insist on LTT and re registration now.
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                    • Re: Inter-State Bike Transfer Thread

                      Thanks, so NOC and re registration is the only way fwd?

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