The Regional Transport Office (RTO) will conduct an e-auction of automobiles seized by its Flying Squad for a variety of reasons. The e-auction will take place on April 26th at 3 p.m. The impounded automobiles are scattered throughout numerous depots, unclaimed.
The vehicles are stored in the State Transport Depot at Wardhaman Nagar, Imambada, as well as the RTO City campus. The cars were stopped by the Flying Squad in accordance with the requirements of the Motor Vehicles Tax Act, 1958 and the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
During the e-auction, a total of 32 unclaimed automobiles would be auctioned off at the RTO City Office in accordance with the Maharashtra Land Revenue Rules, 1966. Those interested in purchasing these cars may obtain the regulations and earnest money to be submitted at the RTO office, which is displayed on the notice board, according to a press release issued by Dr Rupkumar Belsare, Deputy RTO, Nagpur City.
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