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    i have a curious question some peaple told me that registering ur bike n insurrance going by self to rto and banks will cost me lesser than showroom charges is it true than whats the procedures in brief. i am about to book hornet 160 std thanks

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      Re: showroon registration vs self

      I can tell you that insurance will cost you lesser for sure as I got it done myself and it cost me 3.5K vs 5.5K from the showroom.
      Registration was done by the showroom itself so I don't know about that.
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        a) It saves lot of time, though you spend a little more amount.
        b) Getting the papers ready on time and god knows what the RTO might ask
        c) Bribe would have already reached or will reach them from the showroom personnel who handles your registration
        d) You might end up chasing your own tail to get the process completed on time, you still can progress with it if you have enough time, since you need to know when you have to take your bike for registrations, how to get that slot etc...
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          Re: showroon registration vs self

          Insurance: You can save some money as dealers always quote more than the actual insurance amount.

          Registration: If you have time and patience you can do it. You can definitely save money. However agents those who work for the dealers will have good connection with the RTO guys and they will easily do the job and may be they can create some trouble/delay when you approach the RTO directly. It all depends.!!!
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            thankyou all for your replies actually am student and i have ample amount of time to do all this stuff it is like i m nt earning but atlest i can save some valuabl money so wanna do it self

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            Originally posted by tanay View Post
            I can tell you that insurance will cost you lesser for sure as I got it done myself and it cost me 3.5K vs 5.5K from the showroom.
            Registration was done by the showroom itself so I don't know about that.
            for hornet they said its 1700 so hw much will b less any idea?

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              Re: showroon registration vs self

              Originally posted by qualitylover View Post
              thankyou all for your replies actually am student and i have ample amount of time to do all this stuff it is like i m nt earning but atlest i can save some valuabl money so wanna do it self

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              for hornet they said its 1700 so hw much will b less any idea?
              If you have all the documents from the show room you can do the registration yourself. Please visit your State RTA website for the actual charges, here in Hyderabad the registration ( Not the Road tax) costs about 500 inclusive of the Smart Card. You must be easily saving 1000 if you are a DIY guy. Keep us posted with your experience.

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                It depends on your thinking if it time is money or money is time.To save money get it done by yourself or to save time let the showroom people do this.Regarding the bribe if you have spare time I can assure you that you will have to bribe no one
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                  Re: showroon registration vs self

                  what if the company does online registration will it be same?

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                    Re: showroon registration vs self

                    Originally posted by qualitylover View Post
                    what if the company does online registration will it be same?
                    The online registration is only for Temporary Registration which is valid for a short duration of One month from date of purchase. You will have to visit the RTA for a permanent registration ( Even if you opt to take the service of an agent from show room itself).

                    My previous post refers to the Permanent Registration only. You Cannot ride/drive without a Temporary registration, However remember No Dealer should force you to go with his agent for Permanent Registration.

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                      Re: showroon registration vs self

                      Originally posted by srikany View Post
                      The online registration is only for Temporary Registration which is valid for a short duration of One month from date of purchase. You will have to visit the RTA for a permanent registration ( Even if you opt to take the service of an agent from show room itself).

                      My previous post refers to the Permanent Registration only. You Cannot ride/drive without a Temporary registration, However remember No Dealer should force you to go with his agent for Permanent Registration.
                      thanx they r not forcing me jus i analyse difference of aroubd 500 which i guess nt a big deal if i run here and der fuel only wil cost me 200 so i guess better do in showroom jus 300 extra

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                        thankyou everyone i did all my self insurrance i got around 400 less but registration amount was same as mentioned on quotation little dissapointed about that but got a nice number that is 6868

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                          Procedure for Self Registration of New vehicle in Gurgaon

                          I m thinking of purchasing a KTM Duke 390 in March from Gurgaon, the dealer is charging me more than the specified RTO fee's for registration (He is charging a little over 8% whereas the vehicle RTO rate is 6% of the ex-showroom price of the bike).

                          Now I m 100% sure of getting it registered myself but I don't have any idea about what all documents have to be submitted in the Gurgaon RTO.

                          The dealer has agreed to let me register the product myself but if anybody can advise, what exactly is the procedure to get a new vehicle registered in Gurgaon and how much time does it take?
                          Also I do not wish to get the Bike registered with the help of any agents.

                          Thanks in Advance


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                            re: Registering a new motorcycle yourself, save on insurance and registration charges

                            Originally posted by tusharxtreme View Post
                            I m thinking of purchasing a KTM Duke 390 in March from Gurgaon, the dealer is charging me more than the specified RTO fee's for registration (He is charging a little over 8% whereas the vehicle RTO rate is 6% of the ex-showroom price of the bike).

                            Now I m 100% sure of getting it registered myself but I don't have any idea about what all documents have to be submitted in the Gurgaon RTO.

                            The dealer has agreed to let me register the product myself but if anybody can advise, what exactly is the procedure to get a new vehicle registered in Gurgaon and how much time does it take?
                            Also I do not wish to get the Bike registered with the help of any agents.

                            Thanks in Advance


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                            Check out these two links, should answer most of your questions. Along with the information already present in this thread -

                            Registration of Light Vechicle

                            https://haryanatransport.gov.in/srse...ui/jsp/faq.jsp
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                              re: Registering a new motorcycle yourself, save on insurance and registration charges

                              Update on the Thread,
                              Recently purchased KTM Duke 390 from Gurgaon and today went for the Self registration.
                              Simple and trouble free experience.

                              Now here is the flow for the prospective owners in Gurgaon for self registration of Car/Bike

                              1- After the Purchase of the Vehicle, ask Dealer to prepare the file for you, nowadays,online clearing of the vehicle happens from the Dealer and all the paperwork will be handed over to you once the dealer has generated UAN(Unique Application Number).
                              2- Takes about 24hrs to be updated on the portal.
                              3- Go to the RTO office in Mini Secretariat and head towards counter number 4 with the file and the proof's attested.
                              4- Get it verified from the concerned person sitting on Counter 4.
                              5- Head towards the RC fees counter and show them the file, they will print a receipt regarding fees to be paid.
                              6- Pay the required fees and head back to Counter 4 to submit the file with the fee receipt.
                              7- Permanent number will be allocated to you and you will be told to wait for 5 minutes after which they will call out your name and will hand over to you the receipt with the Vehicle number and the date to collect the RC.
                              8- Go back home happy with your purchase.

                              For HSRP will update the tread once I get it made.

                              PS: KTM dealer was charging me INR 16000 for a bike of Cost 1.96 lakhs ex showroom, I went ahead and got it done without any agent's help and half day leave from office for INR 12150.

                              It is fairly simple process.
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