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Pithoragarh (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Udham Singh Nagar (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Chamoli (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Pauri (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Dehradun (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Tehri (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Uttarkashi (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Haridwar (now Uttarakhand: not in use since November 1 2000)
Saharanpur
Muzaffarnagar
Bulandshahr
Ghaziabad
Meerut
Noida
Bagpat
(Greater Noida)
(Shamli)
Bijnor
Moradabad
Rampur
Rampur for government vehicles
Rampur for commercial vehicles
Jyotiba Phule Nagar
Badaun
Bareilly
Pilibhit
Shahjahanpur
Ayodhya
(Yusuf)
Hardoi
Kheri
Lucknow
Raebareli
Raebareli for government vehicles
Raebareli for commercial vehicles
Sitapur
Unnao
Unnao for commercial vehicles
Amethi district
Hapur
Sambhal
yet to be allotted
Bahraich
Barabanki
Faizabad
Gonda
Sultanpur
Ambedkar Nagar
Shrawasti
Balrampur
Azamgarh
Azamgarh for government vehicles
Azamgarh for commercial vehicles
Basti
Deoria
Gorakhpur
Gorakhpur for commercial vehicles
Gorakhpur for government vehicles
Mau
Siddharth Nagar
Mahrajganj
Padrauna
Sant Kabir Nagar
(yet to be allotted)
Ballia
Ghazipur
Jaunpur
Jaunpur for taxis and private vehicles
Mirzapur
Sonbhadra
Varanasi
Bhadohi
Chandauli
Allahabad
Fatehpur
Pratapgarh
Kaushambi
Kannauj
Etawah
Etawah for government vehicles
Farrukhabad
Kanpur Dehat (rural)
Kanpur
Kanpur Government Vehicles
Kanpur CNG Vehicles
Auraiya
Agra
Aligarh
Etah
Firozabad
Mainpuri
Mathura
Mahamaya Nagar
Kanshiram Nagar
Banda
Hamirpur
Jalaun
Jhansi
Jhansi for government vehicles
Jhansi for public transport
Lalitpur
Mahoba
Mahoba for commercial vehicles
Mahoba for government vehicles
Chitrakoot Dham (Karwi)
RTO India   Uttar Pradesh    rto

RTO Uttar Pradesh is regional transport office

RTO is situated in every state of India. Each state has district wise or region wise RTO offices. The RTO office will be there with the the number of vehicles or population in area.

What RTO Uttar Pradesh offices do for you??

Each RTO is given power to approve vehicles to drive on vehicle. RTO will take road tax on behalf of road and transport department in India. RTO Uttar Pradesh is responsible to issue driving licence to citizens to allow them to drive vehicles. It will also renew the licences on time to time period. RTO will take driving licence test to test your driving skill.

How to get driving licence in India??

The RTO Uttar Pradesh will issue driving licence to you. To get driving licence , just go to your nearest RTO office with your proofs they ask to show you. Generally they will ask for birth certificate and address proof along with photos. They will examine your proof and after passing an exam on RTO rules , they will issue a learning licence to you. After getting learning licence you can learn to drive vehicle with some specification as 'L' on front and back side of vehicle And a person holding Licence with you. Within six month of learning licence you have to give licence test, if you success ,you will get driving licence otherwise if you fail , you have to apply for fresh learning licence.
How to apply for vehicle registration to RTO Uttar Pradesh ??
If you buy new vehicle in India, you have to register it with Regional transport office. You have to pay road tax to RTO as specified , mostly the dealer will do these thing. Then you have to take your vehicle to RTO to be verified , They will check your engine chassis number and documents of address proof and others. Then they will give you an RTO registration book which , you have to bring along with you. RTO Uttar Pradesh will make rule you have to follow.

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