Let us tell you that the owner of these vehicles did not renew the RC. According to sources, RTO officials said that the owners of several four-wheeler, two-wheeler private vehicles did not apply for renewal of RCs even after repeated reminders.
Due to this the RTO has canceled the RC of vehicles for six months. If they are not renewed within six months, the registration can be canceled permanently, after which no further warning will be given.
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An official said that the owner of the vehicles is about to renew the RC, he can apply for it within six months, after which his canceled RC will be renewed. However, if the owner does not follow this order and does not get the RC renewed, then his RC will be canceled forever.
Not only this, action can also be taken against these vehicle owners. Such vehicle owners have been asked to submit to their old RC RTO and not to use the vehicle until RC renewal.
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If vehicles with such cases are found to be on the road, they will be seized and legal action will be taken against them under the Motor Vehicles Act. Apart from this, the owners of vehicles that are going to be 15 years old can apply for RC renewal within a month.
For renewal of four wheeler, RTO is going to charge Rs 500 as renewal fee and Rs 300 for two wheeler. Along with this, 10 percent will also be taken as green tax.
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