Regional Transport Office Thiruvarur

REGIONAL TRANSPORT OFFICE

THIRUVARUR DISTRICT

TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL WEBSITES

  1. Official Web Site : www.tn.gov.in/sta
  2. E-services : http://transport.tn.nic.in/transport
  3. Licence works : www.parivahan.gov.in
  4. STA,Chennai Mail –id : sta.tn@nic.in
  5. DTC,Thanjavur Mail-id : dtctnj@nic.in
  6. RTO,Tiruvarur Mail-id : rtotn50@nic.in
  7. UO,Mannargudi Mail-id : rtotn50z@nic.in
  8. UO,Thiruthuraipoondi Mail-id : rtotn50y@nic.in

Telephone Contact details:

Transport Commissioner : 044-28520682
Deputy Transport Commissioner,Thanjavur: 04362-232299
Regional Transport Office, Tiruvarur : 04366-221261
Unit Office, Mannargudi : 04367-227127
Unit Office, Tiruthuraipoondi : 04369-221200

ROAD SAFETY MEASURES IN THIRUVARUR DISTRICT

To prevent road accidents and to save precious lives, the strategy of the Government on road safety measures is focused mainly on three major thrust areas viz.,

  1. Preventive Measures
  2. Surveillance and detections and
  3. Enforcement measures
    Road Safety Programme:
    To create awareness among School/College students, Drivers and Conductors of buses and all other road users Road Safety Programme was celebrated throughout the district.
    District Road Safety Committee:
    District Road Safety Committee constituted Inter Departmental Team of Officers comprising Police, Transport and Highways Department has been formed by the District Collector, Thiruvarur for the investigations of the fatal accidents critically analyzing the data and to offer specific information and suggestions for preventive remedial to avert such accidents in future.
    Preventive Measures:
    Based on the Accident prone roads and spots identified by the District Road Safety Committee of Thiruvarur District, the District Collector, Thirvarur has restricted Speed limits of various vehicles plying in the District and released a Thiruvarur District Gazette No.8 dated 11.11.2017 to that effect.
    Air Pollution Management Measures:
    In order to solve the problem of automobile pollution all the vehicles which are over one year of age should undergo emission testing. Three Private Emission Testing Centre are functioning in the Thiruvarur District and all the vehicles which come to Regional Transport Office and Unit office for any transaction are now compulsorily subjected to Pollution Under Control Certificate.

SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES

Regional Transport Office, Tiruvarur is functioning at its own building near Master Plan Complex, Collectroate, Tiruvarur. It’s jurisdiction consists of the following Taluks

  1. Tiruvarur
  2. Kodavasal
  3. Nannilam

Two Unit Offices are functioning under the control of this office at Mannargudi and Thiruthuraipoondi and it consists of the following Taluks.

MANNARGUDI

  1. Mannargudi
  2. Needamangalam
  3. Koothanallur
  4. Valangaiman (Under the control of the R.T.O.,Kumbakonam)

THIRUTHURAIPOONDI

  1. Thiruthuraipoondi Natures of work undertaken by this Department are
  2. Issue of Driving Licence
  3. Issue of Conductor Licence
  4. Issue of International Driving Permit
  5. Grand and Renewal of permits
  6. Registration of vehicle
  7. Issue of Fitness Certificate
  8. Collection of Motor Vehicles Tax, Fees, Compounding Fees
  9. Checking of Vehicles
  10. Inspection of Vehicles and Accident vehicles
  11. To create Road Safety Awareness
  12. Rendering remedial services at the time of Natural Calamities by way of arranging transport facilities

Learner’s Licence

Who can apply for Learner’s Licence?

  1. Any person who has completed 16 years of age may get a license for driving a Motor Cycle without Gear – Not exceeding 50 cc.
  2. Any person who has completed 18 years of age may get a license for driving a Motor Cycle with Gear and Light Motor Vehicle.
  3. Any person who has completed 20 years of age may get a license for driving a Transport Vehicle, if he/she has One year’s experience in driving a Light Motor vehicle and has obtained a badge.
  4. A written test will be conducted through computers for the persons who are appearing for Learner’s License.
  5. Applicants who have passed the preliminary test can collect their learner’s license on the same day.

What are the documents to be submitted?

  • Application – Form-2
  • Medical Certificate – Form-1A
  • Application cum Declaration as to the Physical Fitness – Form-1
  • Irrigation Section, Sendurai.
  • PROOF OF ADDRESS (any one of the following to be produced)
  1. Electoral Roll
  2. LIC Policy
  3. Passport
  4. Pay slip issued – Govt. Office (or) a Local Body
  5. School Certificate
  6. Birth Certificate
  7. Affidavit Sworn by the applicant before an Executive (or) a First Class Judicial Magistrate (or) Notary Public
  8. Aadhar card
  9. PROOF OF AGE (any one of the following to be produced)
  1. Electoral Roll
  2. LIC Policy
  3. Passport
  4. Pay slip issued – Govt. Office (or) a Local Body
  5. School Certificate
  6. Birth Certificate
  7. Affidavit Sworn by the applicant before an Executive (or) a First Class Judicial Magistrate (or) Notary Public
  8. PASSPORT SIZE PHOTOs-3
  9. Medical Certificate in the case of Transport Vehicle
  10. Aadhar card To whom should one apply?
    https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do

Driving Licence

  1. Who can apply for a Driving Licence? A person who has obtained Learner’s Licence may apply for Driving Licence after 30 days and before six months from the date of issue of Learner’s Licence.
  2. What are the documents to be submitted?
  3. Application in Form 4
  4. Form 5 (only for those who have undergone training in a Driving School)
  5. Form 15 (those who have undergone training in a Driving School)
  6. Documents of vehicle in which applicant proposes to appear for test of competence to drive (such as Registration Certificate, Insurance Certificate, Tax Card, Pollution under Control Certificate, Fitness Certificate in case of Transport Vehicle).
  7. Consent letter from vehicle owner to conduct driving test in his vehicle, if the vehicle is not owned by the applicant.
  8. Passport size photographs-3 copies.

To whom should one apply?
https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do

Addition of a New Class of Vehicle to a Driving License

  1. Who can apply for endorsement in the Driving License?
  2. The person should have a valid driving license.
  3. Should have completed 20 years of age for Transport Vehicles with 1 year experience in LMV & Badge.
  1. What are the documents to be submitted?
  2. Application in Form 8
  3. Form 5 (only for those who trained through Driving School)
  4. Form 15 (Those who trained through Driving School)
  5. Driving License
  6. Valid Learner’s License for which additional class of vehicle is required
  7. Documents of vehicle in which applicant proposes to appear for test of competence to drive (such as Registration Certificate, Insurance Certificate, Tax Card, Pollution under Control Certificate, Fitness Certificate in case of Transport Vehicle)
  8. Consent letter from vehicle owner, to conduct driving test in his vehicle if the vehicle is not owned by the applicant
  9. Passport size photographs-3 copies
    To whom should one apply?

https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do

BADGE FOR DRIVING PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLE

Anyone who drives a Public Service Vehicle such as a bus, auto – rickshaw, Taxi etc., should obtain a badge from the Transport Department. Persons with 6 months driving experience in Light Motor Vehicles and 2 years experience in Heavy Motor Vehicles may apply for the badge. The antecedents of applicants are verified from the Police Department before grant of Public Service Vehicle Badge.

Who can apply for Public Service Vehicle Badge?

  1. The applicant should hold a valid driving license.
  2. Applicant should appear in person to undergo driving test.
  3. Applicant should have passed 8th Standard.

What are the documents to be given?

  1. Application – Form LTVA
  2. Declaration as to fitness in Form 1.
  3. Applicant should have passed 8th Standard.
  4. Medical certificate as in Form 1a
  5. Form-5 (For persons applying through driving school).
  6. Driving License

To whom should one apply?
https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do
Endorsement to Drive Vehicle Carrying Hazardous Goods

  1. Who can apply for License to drive vehicles carrying Hazardous goods?
    The applicant should have a valid Driving License to drive a Transport Vehicle
    The applicant should have a valid Training Certificate from Institute of Road Transport or other recognized Institutions.
    Should read and write English apart from any one of the Indian Languages.
  2. What are the documents to be submitted?
    Requisition letter
    Driving License
    Effective I.R.T. Certificate or Recognized Institution Certificate Applicant should appear in person for driving test
    https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do
    International Driving Permit
  1. Who can apply for International Driving Permit?
    Applicant should have a Driving License
  2. What are the documents to be given?
  3. Valid Driving License
  4. Valid Passport
  5. Valid Visa
  6. Passport size photos 3 copies
  7. Medical Certificate in Form 1-A
  8. Valid proof of Nationality

To whom should one apply?
https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do

Renewal of Driving

  1. Who can apply?
  2. Holder of Driving Licence which is expired
  3. Applicant should appear in person to undergo driving test.
  4. Holder of Driving Licence which is expired
  5. The applicant should not be disqualified
  6. What are the documents to be submitted?
  7. Application in Form-9
  8. Application in Form-1a (1a – if the applicant is above 50 years)
  9. Medical Certificate in Form-MCC
  10. Driving Licence
  11. Proof of Age
  12. Passport size photos-2 copies
  13. To whom should one apply? https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do
  14. The applicant should appear in person at the Regional Transport Office.In case the driving Licence expired more than 5 years ago, a fresh driving test will be conducted for renewal of the Licence.Duplicate Driving Licence
  15. Who can apply?
  16. Scholarship
  17. Holder of Driving License
  18. License should not be disqualified.
  19. What are the documents to be submitted?
  20. Application and Intimation of loss or destruction of driving licence in Form LLD
  21. Details of Driving Licence
  22. Police Certificate (in case of theft)
  23. Passport size photos-2 copies
  24. To whom should one apply? https://parivahan.gov.in/sarathiservice9/sarathiHomePublic.do Change of Address in Driving Licence
  25. Who can apply?
  26. Holder of Driving Licence.
  27. D.L. should not be suspended.
  28. Licence should not be disqualified.
  29. What are the documents to be given?
  30. Requisition letter.
  31. Driving Licence.
  32. Proof of Address ( any one of the following).
  33. Electoral Roll.
  34. LIC Policy.
  35. Passport.
  36. Pay slip issued by Govt. Officer or a Local Body.
  37. Affidavit sworn by the applicant before an Executive or First Class Judicial Magistrate or Notary Public.
  38. Aadhar card

Conductor’s Licence

  1. Who can apply for Conductor’s Licence?
  2. Applicant should be 18 years old.
  3. He should have passed SSLC or Equivalent
  4. Should write and read in Tamil
  5. Should know the duties of a Conductor
  6. What are the documents to be given?
  7. Application in Form CLA
  8. Medical Certificate in Form MCC
  9. Secondary School Leaving Certificate
  10. First Aid Certificate
  11. Proof of Address
  12. Passport size photos 2 copies
  13. PROOF OF AGE (any one of the following to be produced)
  14. Birth Certificate
  15. Conduct certificate from the police department
  16. School Certificate
  17. Passport
  18. LIC Policy
  19. Affidavit given by the Magistrate (or) Notary Public
  20. Certificate given by Civil Surgeon
  21. Aadhar card

Renewal of Conductor’s Licence

  1. What are the documents to be given for renewal of conductor’s license?
  2. Application in Form RCLA
  3. Conductor’s License
  4. Passport size photo 2 copies
  5. Medical Certificate in Form MCC Duplicate Conductor’s Licence
  6. Who can apply for duplicate Conductor Licence?
  7. Who can apply for duplicate Conductor Licence?
  8. One who lost the conductor Licence
  9. Conductor’s Licence should not be disqualified
  10. What are the documents to be given?
  11. Application in Form CLD.
  12. Conductor’s Licence particulars
  13. Police Certificate
  14. Passport size photo 2 copies Change of Address in Conductor’s Licence
  15. Who can apply?
  16. Holder of Conductor’s Licence
  17. Conductor’s Licence should not be dis-qualified
  18. What are the documents to be given?
  19. Requisition letter
  20. Conductor’s Licence
  21. Proof of Address( any one of the following documents)
  22. Proof of address
  23. Passport size photos 4 copies

Fitness Certificate for Transport Vehicle

What are the documents to be given?

  1. Application in Form-CFA (for new vehicle)
  2. Application in Form-CFRA (for other vehicle)
  3. Registration Certificate
  4. Valid Insurance Certificate
  5. Permit if covered
  6. Pollution under control certificate
  7. Trip sheet for the past 3 months
  8. Valid Tax

Registration of Motor Vehicles

  1. Who may apply for registration of a vehicle?
  2. Dealer may apply on behalf of the owner of the vehicle.
  3. If already registered temporarily, the owner may apply for registration.
  4. What are the documents to be given?
  5. Application in Form – 20 (in Duplicate – if it is with HP)
  6. Sales certificate in Form-21
  7. Pollution under control and road worthiness certificate in Form-22 from manufacturer
  8. Pollution under control and road worthiness certificate in Form-22 A, where body is fabricated
  9. Pan card or GIR or Form-60/61 of I.T. Department
  10. Insurance Certificate
  11. Proof of address (any one of the following):
  12. Electoral Roll
  13. LIC Policy
  14. Passport size photo
  15. Affidavit sworn by the applicant before an Executive or First Class Judicial Magistrate or Notary public.
  16. Aadhar card
  17. Passport size photos 3 copies.
  18. Life Time Tax for Non Transport Vehicle.
  19. Unladen Weight Certificate for Transport Vehicle.
  20. Permit sanctioned proceedings for Transport Vehicle.
  21. Temporary Registration Certificate for temporarily registered vehicles.Endorsement Hire Purchase Agreement in the Registration Certificate What are the documents to be given?
  22. Application in Form-34 (in Duplicate)
  23. Registration Certificate
  24. Insurance Certificate
  25. Valid Tax
  26. Valid Pollution under Control Certificate
  27. Termination of Hire Purchase / Lease / Hypothecated What are the documents to be given?
  28. Notice of termination of agreement in Form-35 (in Duplicate)
  29. Registration Certificate
  30. Insurance Certificate
  31. No objection certificate from Financier
  32. Valid Tax
  33. Valid Pollution under Control Certificate No Objection Certificate The vehicles, which are to be transferred from one State to another, required No Objection Certificate on form 28, to be applied in triplicate. What are the documents to be given?
  34. Application in Form-28 (in 4 copies) if covered by HP
  35. Tax Clearance for Transport Vehicles
  36. Registration Certificate
  37. Valid Insurance Certificate
  38. Police Certificate
  39. Valid Tax