Did you know, The Department of Transport Management issued a notice regarding the installation of embossed number plates on all newly registered vehicles.
An embossed number plate is a number plate that is camera-readable containing a microchip connected to the vehicle’s GPS system. This system is being implemented from July 16 for all newly registered vehicles. And the existing vechicles should go to get embossed registration plates in the selected provinces (Bagmati and Gandaki).
Steps To Apply For an Embossed Number Plate For Your Vehicle in Nepal
Since the Government has made compulsion for embossed number plates for all the vehicles, You should know about the procedures for registration. Here, in this article, we will provide you step by step guide on How to apply for an embossed number plates.
So, Let’s go on
Fill out an online application form on the official website of the Department of Transport Management.
Step 1: Get Started
Firstly, open the official website of the Department of Transport Management (DoTM). Then, Click on “Embossed Number Plate System” which is located on the right side of the home page. Then, you can see an option to get started.
Step 2: Enter basic information
Now, Go to the next page. Enter the information about your vehicle. Fill in the vehicle registration number and registered date asked. Then, also fill out the captcha and click ‘continue’ to go to the next page.
Step 3: Verify
Enter your Phone number which is valid, which the DoTM will use to send you a six-digit number along with your vehicle number for verification. After you receive the verification code, Enter the code to go to the next page.
Step 4: Verify via email
Enter your email address. Just as how you provided your phone number, you have to provide a verified and active mailing address, where the DoTM will provide yet another verification number.
Providing Email is optional. If you do not want to, then click on the skip button.
Step 5: Provide necessary information
Enter the vehicle information. This is the first tab out of three on this page.
On this page, you need to provide the information about your vehicle from your registration booklet (bill book or blue book). Fill in all the information asked.
After you fill in all the asked information, move on to the next tab. On the next page, you have to give information about the vehicle owner. There are two types of ownership options here: individual and organization. Fill out the form accordingly. If you have purchased the vehicle on loan, mention the name of the bank that has financed the purchase.
After you fill in the owner information, attach several lists of documents mentioned on the page itself. Now, Click the ‘Next’ button and it will take you to the ‘submit’ screen. Check all the information you have provided before you click the ‘Submit’ button.
Step 6: Download the application form
Did you click on submit button? So, now you can download the application form. Download it and print it out so you can submit it to the Transport Management Office along with the documents.
If you have provided incorrect information and need correction, then click the ‘apply again’ button. This will cancel the current application and open the form in an editable mode.
Correct the incorrect information and submit it and download the application again.
Step 7: Submit
After filling out the registration form, you need to submit it to the Transport Management Office along with other documents and two photos.
Two-wheeler owners can submit their applications at the TMO in Gurjudhara, Kathmandu. It will cost Rs 2,500.
Four-wheeler owners can submit their applications at the TMO in Ekantakuna, Lalitpur. It will cost you Rs 3,200.
Congratulation!!! You have successfully completed the registration process.
You will get your new embossed number plate within two to three working days after submitting your form.
This system is currently available in the Bagmati and Gandaki provinces only.
We hope this article has been helpful for you. You can follow all these steps for applying for an embossed number plate for your vehicle in Nepal.
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