If you own a commercial or private vehicle and you are a commercial or private vehicle, you must make payments for the road in India. The Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicle Taxation Act 1974 is the governing law governing road tax within the State. In the event of non-payment, it can result in a heavy penalty. The revenue derived from road tax is used to fund the maintenance and improvement of the State’s roads and associated services. It is the Tamil Nadu Regional Transport Office (RTO) is the one responsible for collecting road tax.
Tamil Nadu RTO is a department of the government that handles many different vehicle-related tasks like the issue of driving permits as Registration certificates (RC) renewals and permits, as well as monitoring road safety laws and regulations. Tamil Nadu transport department also creates a unique method of assigning RTO codes that are based on various geographical zones of the State. There are 108 RTOs across the State that keep records of the vehicles traveling throughout Tamil Nadu.
|RTO Code||RTO Name||Location||Pin Code|
|TN01||Chennai (Central) RTO||Ayanavaram, Chennai||600028|
|TN02||Chennai (North West) RTO||Anna Nagar, Chennai||600101|
|TN03||Chennai (North East) RTO||Tondiarpet, Chennai||600081|
|TN04||Chennai (East) RTO||Basin Bridge, Chennai||600004|
|TN05||Chennai (North) RTO||Vyasarpadi, Chennai||600028|
|TN06||Chennai (South) RTO||Poonamallee, Chennai||600073|
|TN07||Chennai (West) RTO||Redhills, Chennai||600023|
|TN08||Chennai (Metro) RTO||Anna Salai, Chennai||600002|
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