Online Booking System to apply for renewal of vehicle registration at district offices (South Mandalay) and District Office (North Mandalay) in Mandalay region and Yangon Region
Basic requirements to get service
Registered Vehicle in respective region
3 months before expiry of registration of the vehicle
Vehicles which is not over 5 year terms.
Service fee and testing fee for Register vehicles in the respective region
1. Small Vehicle - 5000 Kyat
2. Large Vehicle - 10000 Kyat
Obtaining online booking service is free of charge (FOC)
Vehicle Registration Book
Certificate of evidence for/of the Vehicle
Evidence that the vehicle has been previously tested?
The applicant's NRC (genuine and copy)
Representative’s NRC (genuine and copy)
If the owner (the applicant) cannot appear in-person , anyone in the Housing Census can come as representative with his/her NRC (Genuine and Copy) and Genuine Housing Census.
Steps to apply
Select the following facts in the online appointment application form.
a . Name of Office
b. Application (Owner/ representative)
c. Date of renewal registration
d. Time of renewal registration
e. Vehicle Number
For getting online booking
Online booking can be obtained for a particular date for renewal of registration of vehicles at District office Mandalay ((South Mandalay) and District Office (North Mandalay) in Mandalay Region and Yangon Region by filling the forms online.
the Department of Road Transport in Yangon Region., Corner of Than Thu Ma Road and Myin Tha Road, Thingungyun Township, Yangon.
the Ywar Thar Gyi office in East Dagon,
District Office (East Yangon)
District Office (West Yangon)
District Office (North Yangon)
District Office (South Yangon)
Office (Mandalay), Theit Pan Street bet: 73*78 street, Maha Aung Myae Township, Mandalay.
Contact us for online booking application.
09 781 425 403,09 974885896, 09 254 513 042
Online booking system is provided because of the following reasons ;
a. Waiting lines for too long because of the improvement of vehicles To avoid/reduce long-waiting time, due to increased number of vehicles per se
b. To avoid Traffic jams
c. For greater customer convenience