After 2010, there have been progressive developments in the technology sector in Pakistan. These developments have been quite revolutionary for various local instruments that we use almost daily.
In terms of car registrations and getting detachments for it, the entire vehicle database has moved online. Here’s how to check car registration by SMS | Lahore Karachi Faisalabad and Islamabad.
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Check Vehicle Registration Through SMS
- First, go to the ‘new SMS’ option in your phone and Type complete vehicle number, including Alphabets and Numeric values with Year e.g. ACV 1234. send same as mentioned on your Vehicle number plate.
- Now send this SMS to 9966.
- Within few minutes you’ll have a complete record of your vehicle.
Car Registration Check Via SMS | Islamabad | Federal Capital Territory
Islamabad Police has introduced this useful service with the help of Digital Seal Company at Rescue 15. Any Pakistani citizen can get information about any Islamabad-Registered-Vehicle through this service.
The correct procedure of sending a message and receiving information is as follows:
Send Chassis Number in the format RNO ABCXXXXX to 8521.
Within moments, you’ll receive information in the following format:
- RNO XXXX (RNO = Registration Number )
- ENO XXXX (Engine Number)
- CNO XXXX (Chassis Number)
- Status (Stolen/Recovered)
Motor Transport Management Information System comes under the Excise and Taxation Department of the Government of Punjab. You can check records of Punjab-Registered-Vehicles online by visiting this Address.
Car Registration Check Via SMS – Karachi | Sindh
For the residents of Sindh Province, one can write a vehicle’s registration number in the message menu and send it to 0300-2011151 or 0300-2011161. Replies are categorically scheduled within the next 2-5 minutes after the text is sent.
|Vehicle’s Registration Number||0300-2011151|
The Sindh government is currently working on several things to make this service better. The online verification system has already been streamlined for easy access, and people have already gotten used to it. The general public can expect a few changes in federal services, mostly inspired by innovative technology and consumer landscaping models.