Motor vehicle that is subject to registration based on the Road Vehicle Act, must be registered and have a license plate attached with sealed before they can be driven on public roads.
All the motor vehicles are subject to the national motor vehicle registration system with the exceptions of mini sized motor vehicles,small motorcycles and small special-purpose vehicles.
The number of motor vehicles subject to the national registration was 51.03million as of the end of December 1996. The figure had increased by 14.76million during the pheceding decade.
There are four types of registration.
All unregistered vehicles are subject to new registration, including those whose registration has been canceled but that are to be driven again.
This refers to registration of any change in the vehicle type, chassis number, enging type, owner's name, address or main location of its use.
This refers to registration of new ownership after reasle or other transaction.
This refers to Cancellation of vehicle registration following the loss or demolition of a motor vehicle, discontinuation of its use, or termination of its use entirely.
A certificate of registration ( an official document showing contents of motor vehicle registration, etc.)is issued whenever requested.Registration Procedure