Ahmedabad: Pay between 8,000 and 80,000 now to keep your vehicle's registration number.

The scheme will allow citizens to keep numbers of the old vehicle even after it is sold . Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal have already adopted the practice of passing old numbers to new cars .

AHMEDABAD (AHMEDABAD) — The state government has released a notice enumerating the rules for the much-anticipated scheme, which allows citizens to keep numbers of the old vehicle even after it is sold.By the end of July, the scheme is set to be introduced.According to the old law, a vehicle owner who wishes to keep the old number must purchase it within 90 days of selling the vehicle.You may do this by paying a fee corresponding to the category in which the registration number is located (golden, silver, and others).

The old golden series number will be charged Rs 40,000 if the new vehicle is purchased within a month of selling it.If the car is purchased in the second month, the fee will increase to Rs 60,000 and Rs 80,000 for the third month.In addition, the vehicle will have to be licensed in the name of the same owner.The number will in no way be passed on to family members or others.

Vehicle owners pay a premium for the golden and silver numbers they want for the model of their choice, most notably for astrological reasons, according to officials in the transportation department.At auction, the owner can keep a golden number.During RTO auctions, golden numbers such as 7777, 1111, and 786 typically fetch less than Rs 2 lakh.Bidding starts at Rs 40,000 for car owners, while bidding starts at Rs 8,000 for two-wheeler owners.

For the first time, a two-wheeler owner can do the same by paying Rs 8,000 in installments.For all species of numbers, retention fees have been set in the same fashion.According to an RTO official, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal have already adopted the practice of passing old numbers to new cars.Following requests from car owners, the Gujarat government looked at these practices before drafting one for the state.

People select a specific number of birthdays or wedding anniversaries as a result of their own experiences.They will also keep them, he said.The rules for the registration number retention scheme have been laid out, according to Manoj Das, the additional chief secretary for ports and transportation.It will be available shortly.