Our TFI member Datta drove his Mumbai registered Punto in Gurgaon for 1 year. I would say that unless you are willing to re-register it, take it to Gurgaon with you. Since the Delhi-NCR is the capital, its common to see cars of every state being driven there. Moreover, the cops aren't that stirct like Bangalore where I feel that the laws are unreasonably strict. A common man has to go through a lot of hassles i getting the car registered and then pay road tax. I wonder why there is need to re-register the car. Lawmakers can argue but it surely is an unreasonably strict law when there are 1000 other areas that need more attention of the lawmakers. Reasons why you should continue to use the same car at Gurgaon: 01. Selling the car and then buying a new one will cost you a lot of money in terms of money lost in resale and buying a new car and getting depreciation as soon as it leaves the showroom. 02. You have to use it for 2-3 years while you are in Gurgaon. So continue using the same TN registered car. Just keep these 4 documents complete: a) RC b) Insurance c) PUC d) DL Anyways, thats what I would have done if shifting to Delhi-NCR from Chennai. I would have driven it myself to Delhi with a stop in between for safety. It this doesn't work out later, only then I might consider the option of selling and buying a new car.