Chandigarh, Apr 10 (PTI) Haryana’s Panchkula district will be the first in the state where Registration Certificates (RC) for new vehicles and high security number plates will be made available at the dealer point.
The Panchkula Regional Transport Authority would be the first in Haryana to provide this facility, a spokesman of the state Transport Department said here today.
There would be a standardised fee and a single window payment system would be adopted for registration of vehicles, he said.
The fee includes Rs 10 for the file cover and the service charge of the District Information Technology Society, the spokesman said.
Fee for tests and smart cards, and road taxes, would be levied where applicable, he said.
People have been asked to apply in time to avoid penalties for late submission, the spokesman said, adding the file covers will be provided to authorities in the state by May 1.
Registration Certificates and Driving Licenses will now be provided in a Smart Card format and all licenses would be delivered by the Department of Posts, he said.
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