The FADA car dealership on Wednesday received a decision from the Maharashtra government to leave vehicle registration without a face and without paperwork, in addition to promoting the ease of doing business with the vehicle purchase process.
The FADA was in constant talks with the state transport department in Maharashtra to implement the new rules announced by the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Roads on Tuesday, it said in a statement.
The notification allows you to send documents for online vehicle registration. In addition, no physical checks will be required for the first registration of fully built motorcycles and cars.
It allows sellers to sign all documents electronically digitally and automatically generate ordinary vehicle numbers at dealerships, the Automobile Dealers Association (FADA) said in a statement.
FADA President Vinkesh Gulati said, “The goal of FADA is to establish a faceless and paperless register for all states. Customers in Maharashtra will now find the vehicle registration process hassle-free.”
He added, “I would like to thank the Prime Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Bal Thackeray for taking this bold decision and respecting the digital registration of state vehicles.”
In addition, this government initiative will also help the Brotherhood of Car Dealers, who will be able to take advantage of the technology, thus making it easier for them to do business.
FADA Maharashtra worked closely with the state transport department to ensure that the vehicle registration process was faceless and paperless.
The move will promote “ease of doing business” in the state, save time for the customer, and make physical visits to the Regional Transportation Offices.
Amar Jatin Sheth FADA President of Maharashtra State said, “FADA is pleased with this development. We have always defended the need for a faceless and paperless registration process. We expect a customer to enter a shop window and leave with a vehicle. With a registration number.”
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