By India Today Web Desk: Every registration certificate is required to be renewed not more than 60 days before the date of its expiry of the registration for its continuous use. Once a vehicle is purchased, the original registration certificate is valid for a total period of 15 years. After the expiry of the registration certificate, you will need to get it renewed within the specified duration at an RTO. The renewed registration certificate is valid for a total of 5 years.
As per the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, all private vehicles are to re-register the vehicle after 15 years for every 5 years, for as long as it is considered roadworthy by the department. To apply for renewal of DLs, one can visit parivahan.gov.in, click on “driving license-related services” and then again click on “DL services”, after which one needs to type out the DL number and fill out other details, upload documents and make a payment to book a slot to visit the nearest RTO.
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