The registration of a vehicle is treated as valid only if the vehicle has a valid certificate of Fitness.
In the case of Private Vehicles, the fitness certificate is valid for 15 years and thereafter renewed at every 5 years. The fitness is checked and certified by the RTO Authority.
Whereas in the case of Transport Vehicles the fitness certificate is issued for a new vehicle for the first 2 years and subsequently renewed every 2 years. After the vehicle’s age of 8 years, fitness certificate is renewed every year.
Fitness certificate is issued to check the pollution caused by the emission of smoke from the vehicles and condition of the vehicle.
Registration Certificate (R.C.)
Chassis No. Trace (Affix Pencil Print)
Valid Vehicle Insurance
Valid Pollution Under Control Certificate (P.U.C)
Vehicle Owner’s Photo
1 Passport Size Photograph
Profession Tax Certificate (If Required)
The Vehicle Should Be Produced Before the Registering Authority for Inspection. If the Fitness Certificate is not Renewed within the due date, Then Fine will be incurred.
- The Motor Vehicles Act 1988
- The Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1989
- Official Transport Department Website