Whether you have a private or commercial vehicle, it is mandatory to pay road tax in India. The Uttarakhand state government levies road tax on vehicles in the state. Failing to pay these taxes attracts heavy penalties. Therefore, every citizen who purchases a vehicle must pay a road tax to ply the vehicle.
With the increasing number of vehicles on the road, the revenue generated through road tax is used for the upkeep state’s road networks for optimal driving conditions. One must pay the road tax during vehicle registration with Uttarakhand RTO or Regional Transport Office.
Uttarakhand RTO is a government department that deals with a wide range of vehicle- related tasks and duties, such as the issuance of driving licenses, registration certificates (RC), permits, and pollution control, along with the enforcement of road safety laws in the state. There are over 42 RTOs in the state, and the Uttarakhand transport department assigns unique RTO codes based on the different geographical zones.
Let’s have a closer look at Uttarakhand RTO Charges, Road Tax, and 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|
|Number Plate Charges||Rs. 230 – 400 – Same for HSRP Number Plate|
|Parking Fee/State Development Charges||Rs. 2,000 – MCD Parking Fees for cars under Rs. 4 Lakh Rs. 4,000 – MCD Parking Fees for cars above Rs. 4 Lakh (Applicable in some States)|
|Temporary Registration Charges||Rs. 1,200 – 1,500 – Temporary Registration for up to 1 month|
|Road Tax Charges||Cars up to Rs. 5.0 Lakh: 8% Cars between 5.0 – 10.0 Lakh: 9% Cars above 10.0 Lakh: 10% Added Green Tax: Petrol – Rs. 1,500, Diesel – Rs. 3,000, CNG – No Tax|
|FasTag Charges||Rs. 600 FasTag fees payable on purchase of the vehicle|