To avoid the wastage of the human resources and exhaustion of fuel, as well as to reduce the troubles and inconveniences of both the individual and nation as a whole the government created the system of Fastag in the year 2017 by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highway. Fastag is a system of fashion that employs radio frequency identification technologies (RFID). It is an electronic mode of toll collection that is operated by the National Highway Authority of India. It is affixed on the wide glasses of the vehicles to avoid the problem of stopping at the top plazas. With the coming of this system, there are numerous doubts associated as well, especially from the driver’s side. So, here’s resolving some of the queries.
How to do Fast Recharge for temporary registration number?
It is not possible to create a FASTag account, based on having a temporary registration number. As the vehicle is not registered with the government. It’s not possible at all. To have a Fastag account, you require all the details including the permanent registration number. Even if you are going through Paytm you need to upload the smart card which contains the permanent registration number. So, either way, it’s not possible. All you need to have is registration of your respective vehicle where the details are recorded by the government. But there are chances that sometimes the dealers provide you with the Fastag based on chassis number which usually happens in big cities. So, in that case, there is no requirement for VIN.
How to recharge Fastag for a temporary number?
As said above it’s not at all possible to recharge the Fastag for a temporary number, as it requires the permanent registration number and details. So, once your vehicle is registered with the government you can easily follow the procedure of opening a Fastag account by opting through any of the banks such as SBI, HDFC, and many others including Paytm as well. Where you need to just mention your registration number and other KYC documents. Hence, without proper details and registration, you cannot recharge for a temporary number. But, in case the dealer provides you with the Fastag, then you can easily recharge through Paytm, Google pays, or any other pre-paid method like before.
What is the vehicle registration number for Fastag?
Here, the vehicle registration number for Fastag is the engine number, or chassis number, or the permanent registration number of the vehicle on which the Fastag is issued. Adding to this the VAHAN system is now gathering all the information of the hashtag through the VIN that is Vehicle Identification Number or the VRN that is Vehicle Registration Number.
Temporary Registration number status ap Fastag of a new vehicle?
A temporary registration number is a number that is given by the showroom owner or the dealer as per the case may be to the customer. Now, owing to the registration number the customer should register the vehicle within one month of receiving it. So, follow the below steps to get the temporary number.
Steps for registration for a temporary Number:
Follow the steps to get the temporary registration number for your vehicle:
- You need to download form 20 and respectively fill it with proper mentions.
- Then the second step is to submit this form 20 to the RTO office, in the zone you reside.
- Then, we have to provide the required documents.
- And finally, the last step is to pay the tax and fees as specified.
Since I have mentioned the documents. Here’s a list of the documents which you will need.
Documents Required for Getting Temporary Number:
- Form 20 which is the application form.
- Form 21 which is the Sale certificate.
- Address Proof which can be electricity bill, ration card, etc.
- PUCC stands for Pollution Under Control Certificate.
- Pan Card, or form 60 and 61 in case of not having the pan card.
Following this, you can get registered with the Fastag for temporary use and pay the toll amounts. But, remember this is for temporary use only by making payments through cash or card. You will need a permanent registration number for the Fastag.
As per some facts and reports, there are approximately 1.68 Crore people who are registered with Fastag. Adding to this, the invention of this technology has benefited us a lot both individually as well as in a country. Since it’s cost-efficient, no paper is being used making it environmentally friendly, saving time and effort. Thus, it’s a super cool way to reduce the liabilities of our country India which we have been carrying for a long time.