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    Quote Originally Posted by surbhit View Post
    What rate do they charge/km ?
    Buddy I don't have the exact charges per km. They charged me nearly 4500 which includes the insurance charge. The insurance charge is for any damage that happens to your consignment during the transfer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surbhit View Post
    I am thinking of bringing the bike in train as luggage
    Previously I had sent my Zma as luggage in train , they put something heavy on the petrol tank which made a big dent...

    Other big issue is getting bike re registered in Chennai...
    Hey,

    I've brought my bike From Delhi to Chennai in train as a luggage. It costs around 2.5k including packing etc.
    I had previously took it from Delhi to B'lore and back to Delhi in train as well. Its always little risky and I was lucky both the times. But from my personal experience I can say that even movers & packers are also risky. The insurance money couldn't be compared with the damage.

    I'll get my bike from station in a day or two and I hope I be lucky again
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    Quote Originally Posted by muks View Post
    Hey,

    I've brought my bike From Delhi to Chennai in train as a luggage. It costs around 2.5k including packing etc.
    I had previously took it from Delhi to B'lore and back to Delhi in train as well. Its always little risky and I was lucky both the times. But from my personal experience I can say that even movers & packers are also risky. The insurance money couldn't be compared with the damage.

    I'll get my bike from station in a day or two and I hope I be lucky again
    Could you tell me the name of the train ?
    Is booking done in advance or on the day of departure ?

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    You can bring in any train: TN express/GT etc.
    No need of advance booking. Take your bike to the station, get it packed and book it. They usually dispatch it by the next train coming to that place(Chennai).
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    Quote Originally Posted by naman View Post
    Guys, check out Agarwal Packers and Movers. They have a pan india presence. Although they charge a little more than others but they transport your bike in a good condition.

    I used their services to get my bike from Pune to Delhi. They come to your place, pack the bike in front of you using bubble polythene, cardboard and gunny bags. Also they will deliver the bike at your door step.

    PS - My bike (ZMA) was delivered with no damages and scratches
    how did you contact them?
    I wrote to them and also mailed them my contact details and the details of the service I wanted... but no one got back to me...
    Theres a toll free number on the site which isnt accessible from mobile... any other contact points?

    EDIT: Nevermind, they finally responded!
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    Default RTO Procedures.....need HELP!!

    hi guys,

    can neone knows abt Transferring of bike from first user to the second....??

    or even better ne agent which have done ur work finely...within mumbai ..??

    have talked with the RTO guys but they confused me.......

    Saurabh

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    finally got my bike to Chennai in train(name-DDN MAS EXP,no-2688).
    total expenses - Rs.2470.
    There is a small dent on the tank and damage to the rear light, this despite using as lot of foam in the packing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by surbhit View Post
    There is a small dent on the tank and damage to the rear light, this despite using as lot of foam in the packing....
    Bad luck bro!
    But this time, my bike also got some scratches on the tank

    Stiil, I am happy atleast I got the bike
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    Default Help needed - bike transfer

    Hi all,

    I was all of a sudden transfered from Chennai to NCR. I'm planning to bring my bike as soon as possible.

    With no one there to take my bike to the RTO, I'm in no position to get the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Chennai RTO.

    My question is: Bringing a bike sans the NOC - is this practical? Will this create any trouble? Since I have no NOC, will I be able to reregister the bike (if required)? This is what I'm thinking.... bring the bike, pay the Delhi road tax and ride with TN registered number plate. I'm sorry if my questions sound lame.

    There is a national intergrity of various state vehicles in my office - KL, TN, KA, AP, MH, HP, RJ, apart from the regular PB, UP, DL, and HR vehicles. I know this is common across the NCR region. I indeed interacted with few bikers and they said they haven't faced any problem riding with non-NCR number plates. FYI, most of them haven't been out of Noida yet!

    Btw, had a talk with Agarwal Packers and Movers. They are quoting me Rs 6.5k to transport my ZMA from Chennai to NCR. After some negotiations he came down to 6k. Is this a good price? As Naman said, they charge more than others. But they are assuring me that the bike will delivered sans any scratch. I'm happy with their assurance.

    Regards,
    Kiran
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