Received form 35 and NOC from SBI on 06 Feb 2021. I was happy that loan closed but next challenge was how to contact RTO of hypothecation removal.
Searched on internet and there was mixed response.
Contacted few agents, they quoted me charges ranging from 1200 to 2500 based on how urgent we need it.
But decided to give a try by myself. Searched on net and found below link,
Once you will click it, it will redirect to other link shown as below
click on Hypothecation/ Hire Purchase/ Lease Termination
If you have original RC then click on YES. Then below window will be open
Once you will type above details, in next window you will get your full details. I was not sure whose number to be typed at financer mobile number i typed mine alternate number and it worked 😆. Once click you will be directed to slot booking window (image only for ref)
Click on available slot. Once that is done you will be asked to pay charges. (image just for ref) fees is around 635. Take print out of it (important)
Once all done take below document to respective RTA. Below documents required
1. Original RC
2. Printout of slot booking form
3. Form 35, 2 nos (original)
4. NOC from bank (original)
5. Valid insurance (Xerox)
6. Aadhar (Xerox)
7. One small polythene pouch to keep original RC in it. At RTA they are charging Rs 5. And for printout it is Rs 10
also keep below doc in case they want (not asked to me)
1. PUC Xerox
2. PAN card Xerox
3. Residence proof
In my case it was RTA Rangareddy. Mine slot booking was on 12 Feb 2021 01:40 to 01:50
Reached there around 12. Agents started chasing me. But i decided not to pay attention. Went to window No 4. Waited for 10 min.
Officer took my documents checked for 30 seconds and issued me slip. Asked me to go to window 6 for photo.
Went to window 6 waited for 10 min. officer took my slip, done some typing on screen took my photo and signature. And told me that RC will be received via post.
Everything done in 30 min of time, no agent.
Mine application is approved on same day. Now waiting for RC😏
'Hyderabad to Rachakonda' - Republic day breakfast drive meetup report - January 26th 2017
Start point - Gachibowli (ORR)
End point - Rachakonda fort
Start time - 6:30 a.m.
Total Distance - ~120 kms
A small gathering to meet all the new folks of the club for breakfast at 'Village Aharam - An organic restaurant' followed by an exploration drive towards Rachakonda fort on this wonderful occasion of the 68th Republic day.
'Village Aharam' is an organic restaurant which is located in a peaceful environment in Koyalguda which is around 90 kms from Gachibowli on the Vijayawada highway with a village ambiance. It is rural respite for the urban tired.
'Rachakonda fort' was constructed in 14th century by 'Recherla Singama Nayak' who ruled the region of Rachakonda after the Kakatiya dynasty.
The architecture Rachakonda Fort is of medieval Hindu fort architecture made of large stones which are of irregular size and indefinite shape.
At the entrance, the gates are made of stone pillars and horizontal beams.
The structure of Rachakonda Fort was strategically developed as a defensive bastion with strong fortifications.
Presently, the fort is in a ruined state.
Due to its proximity to Hyderabad, Rachakonda Fort has now become an excellent weekend spot for the Hyderabadis. There is no Entry fee as it is not yet developed on a commercial end.
Rachakonda fort Tips:
No food, water are available near the fort, carry your own water and food. Vehicle parking is available at foot hills of the fort. Fort doesn't have proper entrance, once you park your vehicle you need to find the path on your own, which itself is fun. Less crowded. Trek is very easy, no gear required. Not advisable to visit after sunset. Early morning is the best time to visit.
Hyderabad to Rachakonda fort Route:
Hyderabad --> Ramoji film city --> Malakapur --> Koyaragudem --> Rachakonda fort.
Road condition :
Hyderabad to Koyaragudem : 4-lane excellent road with no tolls.
Koyaragudem to Rachakonda fort : 2-lane track with beautiful views cutting through hills.
1) Mahindra KUV 100 - Girish
2) Hyundai i20 Elite - Ravi Teja
3) Hyundai i20 Elite - Jagadish
4) Volkswagen Polo Highline - Vamshi
5) Hyundai i20 Active - Shiv Sigh
6) Honda Amaze - Srinivas
7) Ford Fiesta - Kashyap
😎 Hyundai Verna - Madhavi
9) Renault Duster - Vinith reddy
10) Hyundai Creta - Sruthi
11) Hyundai Creta - Sagar
12) Mahindra XUV 500 - Rahul
13) Honda Civic - Saran
14) Honda Civic - Gowtham varma
15) Skoda Octavia - Gautam Kumsi
Hyd-Dwaraka Thirumala-Vijayawada-Amaravathi-Suryalanka Beach-Hyd
Total Distance Covered: 1012 KMS
Vehicle: Nissan Micra
Mileage: 21+ kmpl with A/C all the time(2 Adults and 1 kid).
No. of Days: 3
From Jan 25th to 27th 2021.
Total Tolls: 823/- [Through Fastag 705/- + cash 118/- ]
Route expedition Via Google Maps
Carried Snacks, water can and other essentials to shorten our halts during the journey due to covid....
** SINGLE HAND DRIVING
Route: Hyderabad- Vijayawada- Dwaraka Thirumala.
Total distance covered on day 1 : 412 KMS
Total Time: 7 hours 8 min with 2 breaks.
Almost after an year planned for a short trip post Lockdown and all went well and a very much needed break.
Started by 4:25 AM from Hyderabad and reached Dwaraka thirumala by 11:15 AM with 2 breaks.
As usual roads are pleasant to drive until Vijayawada.. But the strech between Vijayawada(Gannavaram) and Eluru is still under construction with lots of diversions. After crossing Eluru via bypass, the roads are in very bad condition from Bhimadole to Dwaraka.
Done with darshanam and spent an hour or so at the temple premises. Started from Dwaraka and halted at friends place in Eluru.
Started from Eluru at 5:10AM to Vijayawada kanaka durgamma temple and reached by 6:45AM.... 1 hr 36 min journey time.
Covid rules are strict and darshanam done in 30 min.
Free darshanam is not available via Hill... only through 100/- or 300/- tickets.
For free darshanam, park the vehicle below the hill and through stairs you need to reach for darshanam which is free.
Started towards Amaravathi(Amaralingeswara swamy temple) and opted to go through Guntur road rather than the Karakatta road was not in a good shape.
Journey was 1 Hr 25 min and Roads are in good to drive
After completing darshanam started towards Suryalanka beach via Guntur.
It took 2 Hrs 45 min to reach the destination, roads after crossing Guntur are just average and full of patches...road traffic is not much but due the road condition it took long.
Reached Suryalanka Haritha Resort and checked in by 1:28 PM
** If you are planning to stay in Suryalanka Haritha resort, make sure to book it in a week advance. During weekends the cost of the rooms are high and less on weekdays.
Rooms are Good, I have took the AC standard room which costed me 2400+taxes.
All the rooms including deluxe and started AC rooms are having the Beach view
Cottages are constructed in 2 rows , front row are the Deluxe cottages and backside row are the Standard AC rooms. In standard AC rooms there are 2 rooms, one in Ground floor and other on the first floor. I opted for the 1st floor room for the beach view.
Note: Rooms are allotted on First come first serve basis, so its better to arrive on time to get the best room(With all functionalities ).
When it comes to Food options, only Haritha resort restaurant at suryalanka beach and for snacks we can go for the fried fishes along the roadside exactly opposite to the Haritha resort.
@haritha restaurant, we can order the food to the room or you can have it in restaurant. Food is above average.
Obviously, the price card different from the restaurant menu... so a bit high prices for the room service.
Breakfast is complementary and available from 8 AM to 9:30 AM which is of good taste and 3 verities of items( Idli, Bonda, Pongal)
FYI... Below are the price details for reference:
Maintenance of beach is not bad
Beach closes by 4PM, and police person starts asking everyone to leave the beach after 4PM.. but what we saw is most of them are in the beach until 6PM.. Nobody is listing to them.
People staying in resort can visit the beach during the night as well, there are 2 entries from the beach and its an advantage.
Day-3 Sunrise :
Started around 9AM from Suryalanka to HYD via Guntur-Sattenapalli road connecting 167A highway and it took us 8+ hours, with 3 breaks. As we are not in a rush to reach HYD so we were travelling at a speed of 60KMPH and the road condition is excellent until hyd from Piduguralla.
Total Journey was a pleasant one and that too after a year and that too Post covid lockdown and a much needed one.
Thank you to all the Forum members as well for their roadtrip's, from which I have took some tips and did this trip
Via- Narktpally-Nalgonda-Miryalaguda-Dachepalli-Piduguralla-Addanki-Ongole (Bypass)-Kavali (Bypass)-Nellore (Bypass)- Naidupeta- Srikalahasti-Tirupati (Bypass)-Tirumala.
The trip began on Saturday 09/01/2021 4:15 am from Hyderabad Kothapet.
Taken- NH No 65:- Hyderabad ⇄ Vijayawada Up to Narkatpally.
From there right turn to State Highway No 2or 167/A:- Narkatpally ⇄ Addanki Up to Addanki.
From Addanki, Get on NH16 in Medaramatla(Flyover).
Rest for 20 minutes.
Continue on NH 16 towards Ongole-Kavali-Nellore-Naidupeta.
Get on NH71:- Naidupeta-SrikalaHasti-Tirupati (One way road).
Rest and Lunch for 40 minutes.
Finally from Tirupati(Bypass) to Tirumala (Ghat Road).
Reached Tirumala at 3:30 PM.
Successfully done Dharshan on same day 9.00 PM.
Whole night Rest.
Next day Return journey(10/01/2021).
Trip Started 8 am started from Tirumala to Tirupati.
Reached to Srikalahasti 9:30 am. After Darshan back to NH 71:- Srikalahasti-Naidupeta (One-way road). Continued on NH 16 towards Naidupeta-Nellore-Kavali-Ongole-Medaramatla(Flyover).
Lunch and rest 1hour in Dhaba...
From there left turn to State Highway No 2or 167/A:- Addanki ⇄ Narkatpally Up to Narketpally.
Tea Break 20minutes
Taken left turn- NH No 65:- Hyderabad ⇄ Vijayawada Up to Hyderabad Kothapet...
Reached home by 8.00 PM.
The trip took km around 1215 total... Petrol Cost- 3000(Approx.)
Hyderabad - Tirupati - Kanchipuram - Madurai - Rameshwaram - Dhanushkodi - Palani - Guruvayur - Coimbature - Bangalore - Lepakshi - Hyderabad
No. of people 5 in Vitara Brezza
Day 1: Hyderabad to Tirupati Day 2:Dharshan at Tirupati Day 3:Tirupati to kanchipuram Day 4:kanchipuram to madurai Day 5:Madurai to Rameshwaram and dhanushkodi Day 6: Dhanushkodi to gurvayur via palani Day 7: Gurvyaur to coimbatore Day 8: Coimbatore to hyderabad via bangalore and lepakshi
First trip of 2021 has became the best trip till now. Travelled around 3500kms. Planned to visit all the places of southern part but rain has ruined all our plans.
Heavy rains in Tamilnadu.
Visiting my dream place "Dhanushkodi", The Last Road Of India. Everyone must visit, but not while raining. Goosebumps moment when we reach the destination. The sound of waves at one side, eyes full of happiness at another side, this is what everyone needs.
Overall the road conditions was awesome with minimum potholes.
A small suggestion: when you travel through some village, it is better to ask localities about the route than blindly believing on Google Maps. If Stuck in traffic by believing on GMaps.
Food and beverages: 10000/-
Toll Tax: 2100/-
The best food we ate was Dindigul Thalappakatti biryani.
Bangalore has fined us for not wearing masks inside the car.
we are not aware that we should wear mask in car while travelling with windows rolled up.
We were by 250rs each. The fun is police where stopping only outside state cars, they aren't stopping Karnataka registered vehicles.
We found few people travelling in KA registered vehicle, they are not wearing any masks. when we ask police to stop them, Cops answer Thum jhakey roko na ghadi ko". This is kind of discrimination which every traveler hates.
Distance: 120 kms. Road condition: Excellent (upto Zaheerabad) You divert from the highway towards Chincholi forest reserve near the Mahindra factory exit. The road is a single lane road and through the farms.
We started from Miyapur around 7 AM in 3 cars. Packed all the food and water.
Note: Be sure to carry your shoes as there would be a short trek to reach the banks of the lake.
I will let the pictures do the talking. The road towards the Chincholi forest after getting down the NH 65
The weather was good as the sun shone gently on us that morning
The entry gate of the Chincholi forest was very welcome
Though it was a mud track beyond the gate, the drive was smooth and fun.
The track will is pretty narrow to just fit in 1 car at a time
Our first pit stop was a small temple enroute amidst the Chincholi forest
Sharing a road trip experience in Tesla, will be update this log on daily basis(Three days trip).
This is not a leisure travel, We had to go on a work trip from SF to LA.
I will be sharing road trip experience in EV with Pros and Cons when compared with ICE cars.
Range: 600 kilometers per charge (EPA) 0-100: 3.8 Seconds Top speed is limited to 250km/hr Supports upto Level-3 charging : 250KW/hr Will be sharing more information on Tesla Super chargers in the upcoming posts
A day before the trip
Road trips in electric cars need some planning when compared to traditional(ICE) cars.
You can use Tesla website to plan your trip, Select the car that you are planning to take on a drive Check out the website for fun : https://www.tesla.com/trips SF to LA has close to 10+ Tesla super chargers(Distance : 600+ kilometers)
Calculate total charging time required, you can check Tesla website to understand your trip plan Total charging time required on a 616 kilometers trip is 55 minutes Details given above are in ideal conditions: 90% charge before you start, follow speed limits, no opposite wind, no cold weather(below 0C), no snow storm etc In real world, range varies, this is similar to our ARAI mileage Tesla calculates/displays range based on EPA(ARAI), add 15~20% range error All the Tesla Chargers are located close to some of the best food courts/restrooms Total saving for the trip when compared with gas cars is 52$
If you have any queries comment below, will answer them.
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100 kilometers per charge Top speed 100km/hr
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