RTO stands for Regional Transport Office. It is a government organisation whose main objective is to maintain the database of all the vehicles and the drivers for various states and union territories of India.
There are many RTOs located in various cities in India to provide different kinds of services to the citizens of India. RTO functions according to guidelines issued in Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
Your vehicle needs to be registered at the RTO under whose jurisdiction your address falls.
Many RTOs in India are using information technology for providing hassle-free citizen centric services. You need to visit the RTO located in your city for any RTO-related services.
|Regional Transport Office Type||Full Form|
|ARTO||Additional Transport Office|
|AssRTO||Assistant Regional Transport Office|
|DTC||Deputy Transport Commissioner|
|DTO||District Transport Office|
|DyDZO||Deputy Directorate Zonal Office|
|DyRTO||Deputy Regional Transport Office|
|JtRTO||Joint Regional Transport Officer|
|JTC||Joint Transport Commissioner|
|MVI||Motor Vehicle Inspector|
|PVD||Public Vehicles Department|
|RLA||Regional Licensing Authority|
|RTA||Regional Transport Authority|
|RTO||Regional Transport Office|
|SRTO||Sub Regional Transport Office|
|STA||State Transport Authority|
|WIAA||Western India Automobile Association|
Traffic Rules and Regulations have to be abide by all the citizens. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways is the organisation which is responsible for issuing these rules and regulations. If someone does not follow these rules and breaks the same then it is considered an offence and he has to pay fine for it.