My RC has spelling mistakes in my name,my father's name and in my address.
1.DR SACHIN SRIVATAVA( dropped a S)
2.C M SRIASTAVA( dropped a V)
3. -57,IFFCO TOWNSHIP(its C-57,IFFCO TOWNSHIP so dropped a C)
Is this okay or it will cause a problem in future,what should i do??
i have asked about this to 2 relevant persons(one is a rto broker and one is some officer working there,don't remember the exact designation)and they said i don't have to worry.on the other hand if i will try to rectify then it will be a headache for me so i am a bit confused .If i want to get it right what steps should be done or i will have to contact some reliable broker for this?
Imagine buying your dream SUV after long years of hard work and your RTO denying its ‘post-lockdown’ registration accusing it to be a BS4 unit even when all the associated documents prove the other way! Well, this Mercedes Benz GLE owner from Kothamangalam, Kerala seems to have just had this bitter experience! We first saw this news on the leading Vernacular YouTube channel Pilot On Wheels. Here is what we know about this yet…
The BS4- BS6 game has gotten too far in India. The honourable Supreme Court had earlier declared the BS6 regulations to kick in on April 1, 2020 and that no BS4 vehicle would be sold in India thereafter. However, the pandemic breakout and the associated lockdown made the court extend the deadline further by a month. The 30th of April is the new deadline for getting BS4 vehicles registered in India.
This Mercedes Benz owner ranks among the first few customers of the all-new Mercedes GLE in India. He had been driving his car with the temporary registration plate on, until when the nation went into the lockdown. However, with a few days left for the new deadline to kick in, he was asked by the Kothamangalam RTO to get his car registered before the 30th of April or never! Even when the Form 20 issued by the carmaker certifies the car to be both ‘Bharat Stage 4 and Bharat Stage 6 compliant’, this Kerala RTO finds it to be a BS4 vehicle!