HSRP Process with RTO Offices

Below is HSRP Process in Different Cities in India

HSRP Process for New Cars - Process almost similar across Cities

- Vehicle owner to go to Transport Office department designated (which is the RTO Office)

- Submit copy of ID Proof, Address Proof, Insurance, Retail Invoice (if a new car) along with fees and take receipt acknowledgement

- An appointment time is generally issued at time of acknowledgement when the individual can come to RTO for affixation of HSRP

- Vehicle to be taken to Designated Transport Office (basis vehicle number series) or the Affixation Station (as referred during submission) for getting HSRP fixed on the vehicle

Fees for HSRP
Charges for HSRP is as below :-

- Rs. 120 - 150 for 2 wheeler in most of the cities
- Rs. 160 - 180 in case of 3 Wheeler
- Rs. 320 - 350 for Passenger Cars and Light Commercial Vehicles

RTO for Vehicle Series in Most of the Cities/States in India

RTO in Hyderabad

AP-9 Khairtabad, Hyderabad
AP-10 Secunderabad, Hyderabad
 AP-11 Malakpet, Hyderabad 
AP-12 Bahadurpura, Hyderabad
 AP-13 Mehndipatnam, Hyderabad

RTO in Delhi

DL-1 Delhi North: Mall Road
DL-2 : Tilak Marg
DL-3 South Delhi South: Sheikh Sarai
DL-4 West Delhi West 1: West Janakpuri
DL-5 North East Delhi: Loni Road
DL-6 Central Delhi Central: Sarai Kale Khan
DL-7 East Delhi East 1: Mayur Vihar
DL-8 North West Delhi 1: Wazir Pur
DL-9 South West Delhi South West 1: Janakpuri / Palam
DL-10 West Delhi: Raja Garden
DL-11 North-West Delhi North West Zone II: Rohini
DL-12 South-West Delhi South West II: Vasant Vihar
DL-13 East Delhi : Surajmal Vihar / Shahdara

RTO in Faridabad/Gurgaon

HR - 26 Gurgaon
HR - 51 Faridabad
HR - 55 Commercial Vehicles in Gurgaon
HR - 72 South Gurgaon

RTO in Goa

GA-01 Panjim
GA-02 Margao
GA-03 Mapusa
GA-04 Bicholim
GA-05 Ponda
GA-06 Vasco
GA-07 Panaji
GA-08 Margao
GA-09 Quepem

RTO in Bangalore

KA-01 Bangalore Central: Koramangala
KA-02 Bangalore West: Rajajinagar-
KA-03 Bangalore East: Indiranagar-
KA-04 Bangalore North: Yeshwanthpur-
KA-05 Bangalore South: Jayanagar-
KA-50 Yelahanka-
KA-51 Electronics City
KA-52 Nelamangala-
KA-53 K.R. Puram

RTO in MumbaiMH-01 Mumbai (South) - Tardeo
MH-02 Mumbai (West) - Andheri West
MH-03 Mumbai (East) - Chheda Nagar, Ghatkopar East
MH-04 Thane
MH-05 Kalyan:
MH-47 Borivali, (from Goregaon to Dahisar)
MH-48 Virar (Vasai to Virar)

RTO in Pune

MH - 12 Pune
MH 14 Pimpri Chinchwad in Pune

 RTO in Chennai

TN-01 Chennai Central (Ayanavaram)
TN-02 Chennai West (Anna Nagar)
TN-03 Chennai North East (Tondiarpet)
TN-04 Chennai East (Basin Bridge)
TN-05 Chennai North (Kolathur)
TN-06 Chennai South East (Mandaveli)
TN-07 Chennai South (Thiruvanmiyur)
TN-09 Chennai West (K.K. Nagar)
TN-10 Chennai South West (Valasarawakkam)

RTO in Coimbatore

TN-37 Coimbatore South: Peelamedu
TN-38 Coimbatore North: Thudiyalur

RTO in Kanpur

UP-77 Kanpur Rural Area
UP-78 Kanpur - Kanpur City
UP-78G, AG, BG, CG & so on Kanpur Government Vehicles
UP-78AN, BN, CN & so on Kanpur CNG Vehicles


  1. I think high security no plate s mandatory.. but if we see the timing of RTO its monday to friday 10 to 1 ... I dont have even a single min to go to RTO to get it.. Timing has to change.. may b in evening or on weekend also..

    1. yes you are right, because private sector has no timing for this, and we are triying it but rto office people say its not the serice to punch the plates, so how we know the date and time of our vehicle for punch thee plates

  2. When a new two, three or four wheeler is registered this exercise of the correct size and font of the numbers and alphabets of the plates should be checked in the respective RTO offices to avoid confusion with the public. The high security number plate should also be done at the same time of registration and if necessary make the owner of the vehicle go over to the RTO office.
    A.B. Gunalan, Chennai

  3. Supreme Court being the apex court of the Country if it opines that its orders will prevent thefts of vehicles accidents, save lives etc., immediately hands over an order for implementation all over India with in a prescribed time schedule without assessing the ground realities and burden to the people. Making High Security Number Plates mandatory is one such. When compared to the number of vehicles sold the thefts do not constitute even a negligible %. The number of thefts during 2012 in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkatta, Chennai and Hyderabad put together is 6,356. This order creates a big financial burden to the owners of motor vehicles. Peculiarly the RTC Buses, Govt.owned vehicles etc., appear to have been excluded from this mandatory requirement. This is an additional tool to the traffic police to fine the people and encourages corruption. Long time back Supreme Court banned smoking in public places, but there is proper implementation of this even in Supreme Court premises. I found lawyers and several others smoking on the corridors of Supreme Court and several other courts. Passive smoking affects the health of several people but no one cares this. Wearing helmets is compulsory. Even Police do not respect this. Fastening seatbelts was compulsory for some time in Hyderabad and it was given a go bye, because the Police Officials, politicians etc., are violating this and they cannot fine or collect bribe, so they are not insisting on this. For vehicles there is insurance and if the vehicle is stolen they can get back the cost. If HSNP is there and vehicle is stolen is the Govt. compensating the loss so that another vehicle can be acquired?

  4. online application submission / payment should me implemented

  5. Hlo sir
    M just the issue in number plate. Agencies confirmed number plate will come in minimum 20 days as per us given request and they charge for that 400 rupees. They didn't give proof to pay for it they just saying only we will call u when number plate is ready, M very disappointed.