Big change in the RC book of the vehicle, the nominee details will be recorded, understand the whole thing here - Newztezz Online


Sunday, November 29, 2020

Big change in the RC book of the vehicle, the nominee details will be recorded, understand the whole thing here

New Delhi: The
 Ministry of Road Transport has announced changes in the rules related to vehicle registration certificates. Under this, the owner of the vehicle can enter the name of a nominee at the time of registration.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has proposed to amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989. Under the new rule, vehicle owners will be able to nominate any one person in the registration certificate. The ministry said in a statement that it is proposing to include the nominee facility at the time of registration of vehicles. This will help in registration / transfer of motor vehicle in the name of the nominee in case of death of the vehicle owner. Right now the process is very complicated and there is no uniformity across the country.

It said the government had "invited suggestions and comments from the public and all appointees on the proposed amendment". It states that the proposed amendment proposes to add an 'additional provision' where the vehicle owner can nominate someone as the legal heir of the vehicle in the event of his death, for which the nominee must present a valid identity card.

Suggestion for change in Vehicle Act

The Ministry of Road Transport has also sought suggestions to amend the Motor Vehicles Act, 1989. Suggestions have also been sought to change the various forms of RC. If the name of the nominee is already there, in case of death of the owner of the vehicle, he has to upload the death certificate on the portal. He will then have to apply for a certificate of registration in his name. If base authentication is chosen by the nominee, the new RC will be faceless.

New rule for registration of vintage cars

The government has proposed to make rules for registration of vintage vehicles and has sought public suggestions in this regard. According to an official publication, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways published GSR (General Statutory Rules) 734 (E) on 25 November 2020 regarding comments on amendments to the CMVR (Central Motor Vehicles Rules) 1989 relating to vintage motor vehicles. Suggestions are sought. With this notification, the ministry plans to legalize the registration of vintage motor vehicles. There are currently no rules to regulate the registration process of these vehicles, which is very valuable in terms of inheritance. To this end, it is proposed to include these rules as sub-rules 81A, 81B, 81C, 81D, 81E, 81F, 81G in the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989.

Valid for 10 years

According to the proposals, the registration department of all the states will have to appoint a nodal officer, who will forward all the applications for registration of vintage motor vehicles. States must also form a committee to inspect the vehicle and declare whether the vehicle is eligible for registration under vintage motor vehicles. The vintage vehicle is proposed to be given 10 digits and special format registration plates. This registration will be valid for 10 years. Fee for new registration - Rs. 20,000 and for subsequent registration - Rs. 5000 is proposed. According to the publication, if objections and suggestions are made on this draft of the rules, the notice is sought within 30 days of its issuance.

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