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The vehicle registration of the Indian Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is governed by the Motor Vehicles Act laid in 1988 under Section 213. To effectively manage the Union Territory’s transportation department, there are currently 18 RTO offices located in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. They fulfill their primary duty of committing to customer service and effectively maintain a fully operational Andaman and Nicobar RTO website for the benefit of the users.
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All the Union Territory’s RTOs are located in Car Nicobar and Port Blair cities. Here we list the primary tasks carried out by the Andaman and Nicobar RTO offices:
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There are different RTO codes for different States and Union Territories in India for easy identification of the RTO location based on the vehicle's number plate. The different RTO codes for States and Union Territories in India are as follows:
According to the 1988 Motor Vehicles Act, all vehicles must be properly insured before driving on the roads. The 2 broad categories of car insurance include 3rd party car insurance and comprehensive car insurance.
For the purpose of purchasing car insurance from the Andaman and Nicobar RTO, you might opt for either an online or offline application process. There are various insurance providers offering different insurance sum amounts for you to choose from. The detailed steps are as follows:
In our country, third-party two-wheeler insurance is compulsory. While buying a policy, it is recommended to notice the policy terms, 3rd party coverage, no claim bonus, personal accident cover, claim settlement ratio, and garage network. The insurance premium to be paid will be based upon your two-wheeler's type, make, and model number.
The AN RTO, where your 2-wheeler or car is registered, will play a significant role in arriving at your final motor insurance premium amount. Based on the risks linked with the vehicles, the country's locations are categorized into several 'insurance zones' by the insurance companies. For example, vehicles registered in urban areas are expected to pay a higher premium cost due to their increased risk of theft, accidents, and vandalism. Whereas the premium amount due will be very less if your vehicle is being registered in a 2nd or 3rd tier city with a low population rate.
According to the MV Act, buying a new car or transferring a car from another state, you must register the car at the appropriate AP RTO office.
Two types of vehicle registration are currently possible in the RTOs located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands:
Under AN RTO, ownership transfer can be made under any of the following three different situations:
To renew your Certificate of Registration in Andaman and Nicobar RTO, the application must be made through Form 25. Bear in mind that you must apply at least two months before the expiry date of your existing registration. The registration renewal fee will be paid to the Registration Authority at AN RTO, as per rule 81 of the 1989 Central Motor Vehicle Regulations. The pre-requisite for registration renewal are your RC book, vehicle, and Pollution under control certificate.
For obtaining a duplicate R.C certificate at Andaman and Nicobar RTO, the application must be made through Form 26. The fee will be collected based on Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicles Act to the Registration authority at AN RTO. It is mandatory to produce a police certificate and a "pollution under control” certificate when applying.
Address: Tagore Road, Port Blair, Andaman District - 744101
Address: Nicobar District, Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Yes, you can opt for online road tax payment in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
There are two RTOs in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
You would have to pay a fine of INR 500 for driving without a driving licence in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Yes, you can drive a vehicle registered in another state in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Yes, you can change the ownership of a vehicle online under Andaman and Nicobar RTO.
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