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As done at RTO Office, Hosa Road, Bangalore Step 1 : Get an affidavit on a Rs. 20 stamp paper, saying that the RC could not be found despite the police investigation. (Eg : Renuka Computers, Hosa Road, Bangalore) Step 2 : Get an FIR at the police station nearest to where you lost it (Eg : Electronic City police station, Bangalore) (Ideally, step 2 should come before step1 but the police prefers it this way because the affidavit removes their need to search for the RC). Step 3 : Download, print and fill out form 26 from RTO website (eg: Transport Department) Step 4 : Get xerox of (a) Vehicle's insurance paper (b) Emission test paper © Driving license Step 5 : Get a postal envelope with a stamp worth Rs 15, total cost Rs. 25 (usually available near the RTO office itself). Write your postal address, phone and vehicle number on the envelope. Step 6 : Pin all the papers above and get them signed from the Superintendent at RTO office. Step 7 : Pay the fees for a duplicate RC at RTO cashier (Rs 235 for smart card). Pin the receipt with the 7 papers above. Step 8 : Get the whole package signed from the PRO/RTO at the RTO office Step 9 : Submit whole package at RTO office Step 10 : Relax and wait for the RC to be delivered to your postal address.
hi, can you please let me know, how to file RTI for not receiving RC book for over a month or so. I have applied for Change of owner on 3rd july,2010 and yet not received my RC. I went 5-6 times to the concerned RTA office yet nothing was done. can you please let me know how to file RTI for example the precise questions i have to ask etc. for the above case and where to pay the prescribed fee? The first level of authority for Filing RTI is RTO, central zone, Mr. Manik Prabhu. I got this information from the notice boards. Thanks in advance, Ravi sankar gvs
gowindo posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportHi friends First of all, all of you guys are doing a great job helping each other on this forum. Congrats on the folks who run the site and the active participants. Here is my query. My father sold a two-wheeler to another person in Coimbatore last year, through a 'two-wheeler agent'. Since we moved out of Coimbatore, we could not collect the delivery slip as proof of delivery/sale. We are also not in a position to travel to Coimbatore and pursue the matter. There has been no response from the agent for the last one year. However, one good thing, we requested someone to find out from RTO Coimbatore North, if the vehicle has been transferred. The RTO office, apparently has confirmed the transfer and we now also have the name and address of the buyer and also the Transfer Effective Date. No contact number though. Since we have no documentary proof of the sale/transfer of the vehicle, we wish to write to the RTO office (North), Coimbatore asking information in the following way. Please advise if this is alright. Also, if you know of any format for TN RTI applications, let me know. 1. Name and address of the current owner of the vehicle Or alternatively, is it better to ask : 1. Name and addresses of all transfers of the vehicle since, say, 14th September 2007. (Effective date of our transfer). 2. Photocopy of the RC Book Endorsement. Do you think the RTO keeps copies of the RC book endorsement ? If so, is it available under RTI Act ? 3. Photocopy of the Insurance. ( We are particularly interested in having some documentary proof of the insurance transfer. ) 4. Heard that the RTO office Coimbatore does not have photocopies of RC book endorsements, but they maintain something called the 'B' register (not sure about the name of the register), where they keep the transfer records apart from computerised records. Can we ask for a copy of the relevant page from the register ? Also, I am planning to send a DD for Rs.10/- since I am not sure if court fee stamps from AP will be valid in TN. Also, Do you know anyone in Coimbatore, may be a lawyer, who could get this done for us (drafting, submission, followup and forwarding of the docs received to us etc) for a fee ? (on our signing the application). Will appreciate all help. Thanks once again for the forum. Jai Hind. Govind.