RTO Forms List

The government has introduced an RTO forms list that helps the applicants to identify the information and inputs that he/she needs to supply to the RTO. The list of RTO forms is divided into two categories: One for a driving license and the other vehicle registration. The details about the different types of forms are mentioned below:

Category 1: Driving License RTO Form List

Name of the Form Purpose
Form 1
It is known as the ‘application-cum-declaration as to physical fitness’. In this form, the applicants are required to fill the details relating to the various medical conditions. This is mainly to check whether there are any medical conditions that could affect the driving skills of the applicant.
Form 1A
This is the medical certificate which is to be submitted by the license applicant. This certificate is provided by a registered medical practitioner or someone who is authorised by the state government. This form mainly helps in verifying the declaration made by the application under Form 1.
Form 2

This application form helps you to grant a learner’s license. You need to have learner’s permit for the concerned vehicle before having a permanent driving license.

In this form, you are required to fill your basic details including all the types of vehicles, class of vehicle etc for which you need a license.

Form 4
This is the ‘application for license to drive’. As the name implies, this is the application form that must be filed when requesting a license to drive a motor vehicle. In this form, the applicant must provide all his/her personal details and enclose the learner’s license along with it.
Form 8
This is the ‘application for the addition of a new class of vehicles to a driving license’. If you already have a license for an existing vehicle and you wish to add a higher class to it, this is the application you must submit to the RTO.
Form 9
This is the ‘application for the renewal of a driving license’. While filing this application form, the applicant must also submit a medical certificate and document verifying that his/her license has not been revoked earlier. License must be renewed within a maximum of 30 days from the date of expiry.

Category 2: Vehicle Registration Form List

Name of the Form Purpose
Form 20
Also known as ‘Application for registration of a vehicle’. Applicants use this form to register his/her vehicle with the RTO.
Form 26
Also known as the 'Application for the issue of a duplicate certificate.' This form is used by an applicant who wishes to get a new registration certificate in it has been lost or stolen.
Form 27
This is the ‘application for the assignment of a new registration mark to a vehicle’. If you are moving from one state to another, you may have to re-register your vehicle in the new state where you are moving.
Form 28
This is the ‘application and grant of no objection certificate’. If you are moving your vehicle to a new state, you need to get a no objection certificate from the home state RTO where your vehicle was originally registered. If your vehicle was hypothecated, you need a certificate from your financier to grant permission to move the vehicle to a new state. 
Form 29
This is the ‘notice of transfer of ownership of a vehicle’. When you sell your vehicle to any person, you must file this with the RTO to indicate the transfer of ownership. After filing this form, you cannot be held responsible for any liabilities related to the vehicle.
Form 30
This is the ‘report of transfer of ownership of a vehicle’. During the sale of a vehicle, the new owner must submit this form to the RTO to update his/her name in the registration certificate. In contains the details of the both i.e. the original owner as well as the new owner.
Form 31
If the original owner of the vehicle is deceased, this application form must be filed by the successor to transfer the ownership to his/her name. This application form must include the details of the deceased owner and the successor.
Form 33
You need to submit this application form to the RTO if you wish to update the new address in your registration certificate. The vehicle owner must mention the details of both the addresses i.e. the existing and as well as the new one in this application form.
Form 34
If your vehicle is hypothecated with a financier, this form must be filed with the RTO to indicate the hypothecation details. You can also use this form for hire-purchase or lease agreements with another party.
Form 35
This application form must be filed to notify the termination of hypothecation/lease/hire-purchase. Once this is filed, the RTO will update the hypothecation details in the registration certificate of the vehicle.
Form 36
This is the ‘application for the fresh issue of registration certificate in the name of the financier’. If the financier is taking possession of the vehicle due to a default of the vehicle owner, this application must be filed with the RTO to update the change in the registration certificate.
Form 37If you are someone who does not have a permanent account number (PAN), you must submit this form in addition to other forms while making requests to the RTO. It contains details about the amount of transaction and the tax details.


So, these are some of the most common RTO application which an individual can use while availing a respective service with the RTO. You can easily download these forms online from t  https://parivahan.gov.in/parivahan/ or you may also visit your nearest RTO.