List Of RTO In Manipur

Listed below are the RTO Codes and Regional Transport Offices of Manipur for Vehicle Registration in Manipur. Established under the provisions of section 213(1) of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 Manipur State RTO is responsible for vehicles and drivers record management and collection of road tax etc.

RTO Location RTO Code
Imphal EastMN-01
ChurachandpurMN-02
KangpokpiMN-03
ThoubalMN-04
BishnupurMN-05
Imphal WestMN-06
UkhrulMN-07

Regional Transport Office (RTO) is an Indian Government organisation responsible for maintaining the records of drivers and vehicles for every states of India. RTO issues driving licences and also collect all vehicle tax i.e road tax.

On which saturday Manipur RTO is closed?

All Manipur RTO remain closed on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. If a month has five Saturdays, then the fifth Saturday will be working day.

What is the procedure for registration of a motor vehicle at Manipur RTO?

As per Rule 80 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, one can obtain registration number upon verification of submitted documents. Fancy (Choice) registration number is provied via auction and seperate charges need to be paid for getting the available fancy / choice number.

How to find vehicle owner details from Manipur RTO registration number?

Now you can get details of a vehicle with a simple SMS. Type VAHAN <space> your Manipur RTO registration number and send it to 7738299899.

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