Chandigarh: The next time that you buy a private vehicle in Haryana, you would be saved the hassle of making rounds of government offices to get your vehicle registered with the state government Tuesday announcing a system of dealer point registration.
Under this new system, new non-transport vehicles will not be required to be presented before the registering authority or any other authority for verification or passing before registration.
"New non-transport vehicles, sold by any dealer of motor vehicles in Haryana to any resident of Haryana, which are type approved and fully body built and manufactured in India will not be required to be presented before the registering authority or any other authority for verification or passing before their registration.
"Such vehicles would be registered on production of a certificate of inspection issued by the dealers of motor vehicles in the prescribed format," Haryana Transport Commissioner Sumita Misra said here.
The dealers will be authorised by the transport office to complete formalities of filling up mandatory forms for the registration of new vehicles online. The stamped copies of the form will have to be submitted by the owner to the registering authority.
"The system will help in simplifying the procedure for the registration of motor vehicles, saving time of vehicle owners, making the system transparent and reducing workload in the offices of registering authorities," Misra said.