Now you will get RC as soon as you buy a car, you will not have to pay money, pilot project has started

Now you will get RC as soon as you buy a car, you will not have to pay money, pilot project has started

Delhi News: RCs have been issued to 1.44 lakh customers so far at the time of purchase of Four Wheeler.
Now you will get RC as soon as you buy a car, you will not have to pay money, pilot project has started

Delhi News: The Delhi government has launched a pilot project. In which you will get the registration certificate (RC) immediately after buying the car. The scheme was launched in March. So far 1.44 lakh customers have been given RCs at the time of purchase of Four Wheeler. The first registration certificate was issued on March 17. The plan has since been rolled out across the capital.

This scheme has enabled self-registration dealers to print RCs. State Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot made the announcement. He came to check the RC printing facility at Bekaji Kama Place. He said that consumers would not have to pay any separate fee for RC printing. In Delhi, 600,000 RC vehicles will soon be purchased on an annual basis.

“Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will soon launch this service to the people,” he said. The vehicle owner’s name will be on the front side of the smart card for the registration certificate. The microchip and QR code will be installed in the back. Once the smart card information is linked to the vehicle database, the unification will be issued.

Kailash Gehlot said that there are a total of 263 dealerships in the capital. Where vehicle RC instant printing system is available. With this system users will not have to wait for RC. After data entry, verification and approval, the vehicle registration certificate will be printed by the dealer. This project may be extended to other states in the near future.

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