Can two vehicles have same number in India?

Can two vehicles have same number in India?

As per the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988, no vehicle can be driven by any person in public places in India until it is registered by a registering authority. The number plate assigned to a vehicle is unique and no other vehicle in the country will have the same number plate.

Can you put a Personalised number plate on any car?

Not quite. That means you cannot put a registration number on your car if it was issued after your car was first registered. You can put any dateless number plates or Irish number plates on your car as these can be transferred to vehicles of any age. …

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Can we have a custom number plate in India?

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has made the process of selecting a VIP registration number for vehicles simpler with the introduction of e-auction. You can register, select the choice of fancy numbers available for bidding and get the VIP car or bike number of your liking.

What do I do if someone has cloned my number plate?

A DVLA spokesman said: “Any motorist who believes they have been a victim of number plate cloning should contact the police. They should also contact the issuing authority of any fines or penalties they receive with appropriate evidence that shows their vehicle was not in the area at the time.

What are the rules for Personalised number plates?

Private Number Plate Rules

  • Characters must be 79mm tall.
  • Characters (except the number 1 or letter I) must be 50mm wide.
  • The character stroke (the thickness of the black print) must be 14mm.
  • The space between characters must be 11mm.
  • The space between the age identifier and the random letters must be 33mm.
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How long can you keep a Personalised number plate?

10 years
So, currently, the retention certificate will be valid for 10 years and you can renew it completely free of charge once it has expired.

How much does it cost to get a custom number plate in India?

Fees for Fancy Car/Bike Number Plates

Category Example of Numbers Booking Amount
Super Elite 0001 Rs. 5 lakh
Single Digit 0003, 0005, 0009 and so on Rs. 3 lakh
Semi-Fancy Numbers 0100, 0666, 4444, 8000, etc. Rs. 1 lakh
Others 0786, numbers from 0010 to 0099, and many others Rs.2 lakh

What are the rules of number plate in India?

Number Plate Rules in India Improper Number Plates (also called ‘Registration Mark’) The MV Act (Rule 50, 51 of MV Act, 1989) specifies that the a) Registration letters and numbers shall be in black on white background for 2 wheelers / LMV Cars and Black letter on Yellow background for commercial vehicles.

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Can registration plates in India be customised?

Registration plates in India cannot be customised like in foreign countries. However, many RTOs across India put registration plates on auction, especially the highly sought-after single-digit and double-digit numbers. Even such auctions can earn a lot of money for the RTOs.

Which is the third-most expensive registration number plate in India?

The third-most-expensive registration number plate belongs to Jagjit Singh from Chandigarh. He paid Rs 17 lakhs for the ‘CH 01 AN 001’ on his Toyota Land Cruiser. The black coloured Land Cruiser is one of the most expensive cars in the businessman’s garage. He also owns several other vehicles with a similar 0001 registration number.

What is the size of license plate in India?

Number Plate Rules in India 1 For two and three wheelers : 200 x 100 mm 2 For light motor vehicles / passenger car : 340x 200 mm or 500 x 120 mm 3 For medium / heavy commercial vehicles : 340 x 200 mm