| | Re: Shifting From Karnal To Gurgaon: Need Clarification on Registration
The main state in which Karnal and Gurgaon come are Haryana. NCR means, areas near to National Capital i.e Delhi. If you bring a Karnal registered car to gurgaon then it won't be seen as outside state car since both Karnal and Gurgaon are part of Haryana state. For Eg, I stay in Noida (UP-16) and would re-locate to another city in UP, say, Bareilly (UP-25) so in that case, I won't be paying road tax for Bareilly again as Road Tax wont be paid twice for the same state in which car is registered because once road tax is paid then the vehicle is free to move around in any city of that state. In case your friend wants to sell the car in few years, he would need an NOC from Karnal RTO and about interstate and intrastate transfer; Inter-state transfer means, The vehicle of one state is being transferred to another state for eg: Delhi-to-Rajasthan or Delhi-to-Punjab where as Intra-state transfer means, transferring the same car from one city to another city of the same state.
PS: In the registration number: First two letter notify the state and second two notify the city / area of that state. So HR-05 mean it is a Haryana state vehicle with 05 being the area code of Karnal City.
Last edited by Akash1886; 9th May 2016 at 10:03 AM.
Reason: PS Added.