Following the Chhattisgarh Motoryan Karadhan Adhiniyam, 1991, paying a road tax is compulsory to register your vehicle. The revenue generated from road tax is used for the maintenance and enhancement of road connectivity in the state. Regional Transport Office (RTO) Chhattisgarh is responsible for the collection of road tax.
There are over 36 RTOs in Chhattisgarh that play a significant role in regulating vehicle registration and taxation. Each RTO has its unique code and is in charge of keeping a database of the vehicles moving in the state. The Chhattisgarh RTO carries out vehicle-related tasks such as issuing driver’s licenses, and registration certificates (RC), granting fitness certificates and driving permits, compliance with road safety laws, and more.
Understanding the Chhattisgarh road tax structure and the functioning of the transport department is essential for people intending to drive within the state’s borders. Continue to read more.
|TYPE OF CHARGE||AMOUNT|
|Registration Charges||Rs. 600 – For all cars|
|Hypothecation Charges||Rs. 1,500 – If the car is purchased on a loan|
|Smart Card and Number Plate Fee||Rs. 1000|
|Temporary Registration Charges||Rs. 1,200 – 1,500 – Temporary Registration for up to 1 month|
|Road Tax Charges||Road Tax Slabs are in between 8% to 9% for registering a Car in Chhattisgarh|
|FasTag Charges||Road Tax Slabs are between 8% to 9% for registering a Car in Chhattisgarh|