The government has announced a number of IT-based solutions for vehicle registration. This includes an introduction of a new registration mark for new vehicles – the Bharat series (BH-series).
The government has announced a host of IT-based solutions for vehicle registration which includes the introduction of a new registration mark for new vehicles – Bharat series (BH-series). Vehicles with the BH mark would not require a new registration mark when the owner shifts from one state to another.
“This scheme aims to facilitate free movement of personal vehicles across states and UTs. It pertains to relocation to a new state/ union territory.
A vehicle owner can keep the vehicle for not more than 12 months in any state other than the state where the vehicle is registered.
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Furthermore, this painstaking process of registering the vehicle involves documents including ‘No Objection Certificate’ from the parent state, assignment of new registration mark after payment of road tax on pro-rata basis along with the application of refund of road tax from the parent state.
However, the provision to get a refund from the parent state varies from one state to another. This facility will be available on a voluntary basis to Defence personnel, employees of Central and State Government, Central and State PSUs; and private sector companies having their offices in four or more States/UTs.
Moreover, the motor vehicle tax will be levied for two years or in multiples of two.
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