The registration for participating will start on October 29 at 10 am and will continue till 5 pm on November 6. The e-auction will start at 10 am on November 7 and will finish at 5 pm on November 9.
Vehicle owners can register themselves on the national transport website https://parivahan.gov.in/fancy and the link of the same will be available on the UT transport department’s website www.chdtransport.gov.in and obtain the unique acknowledgement number (UAN).
Those who have purchased their vehicles from a Chandigarh address will only be allowed to participate in the e-auction. The sale letter i.e. Form No 21, Aadhaar card and address proof of Chandigarh are mandatory for participating in the e-auction. After getting registered, the owner of the vehicle will have to deposit fee for participating in the e-auction and will also have to deposit the reserve amount for special or choice registration numbers.
To facilitate the public, Punjab Governor-cum-UT administrator V P Singh Badnore in August last year had launched the registration of new vehicles (non-transport) at dealers’ point. Vehicle owners will no longer have to stand in long queues and make rounds of the registration and licensing authority (RLA). The city has 52 dealers of cars and two-wheelers.