There is a significant demand for unique BH licence plates in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad.

Pune: The unique BH (Bharat) series registration numbers, which were introduced less than a year ago, have attracted a lot of interest in both Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad, according to Religion Transport Office (RTO) authorities.
"The constant and significant development in the number of applications for the BH number series. In the coming months, we anticipate a surge in the numbers," Pune's deputy RTO Sanjiv Bhor.
When compared to March of this year, the number of applicants for BH numbers for two-wheelers increased by roughly 285% at the Pune RTO,while, the increase for four-wheelers was only about 240%.

Similar to this, the number of two-wheeler owners choosing the BH number series has increased at the Pimpri Chinchwad RTO by almost 226% as of the first week of August compared to March. The growth rate for four-wheelers was roughly 312%.

When comparing the trend of applications for these special numbers, more individuals are choosing vehicles than two-wheelers. The number of four-wheelers in Pune with these unique licence plates increased from 356 in March to 1,212 in the first week of August. In Pimpri Chinchwad, 644 persons have already applied for the BH number series, up from 156 in March. These numbers are mostly chosen by the higher-ups in both the business and public sectors. Another RTO officer stated that most of these folks drive vehicles rather than two-wheelers. To improve automobile mobility, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways adopted the Bharat series number plates on August 28, 2021. Beginning on September 15, 2021, registrations were accepted.

A car registered in one state may be used for 12 months in another state under Section 47 of the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988. The registration must then be updated to reflect the new state. For car owners with mobile occupations or those transferring states, this is a hassle.

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