Bluebook in Nepal

23 July 2021, Kathmandu

BlueBook Renewal and Revenue Can be Paid Online, Chief Minister Poudel is Inaugurating. Bluebook is a small book pad that has information about the vehicle, the owner of the vehicle, and the driver of the vehicle.

The second wave of the Corona pandemic has created a devasting scenario. Various sectors have gone online for their transactions.

And from now, Bluebooks also can be renewed online. The service of online renewal of bluebook is started in Bagmati from today.

What else can be done through this?                                              

Under this, along with the payment of vehicle tax, fine, and renewal, the facility of renewal can also be done online.

Chief Minister Dormani Poudel is inaugurating the service at 11 am in the state capital Hetauda.

Secretary at the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure Development, Sanjiv Baral, informed that the test and demo of the services affiliated to the online system will be formally presented at the program.

Benefits From online payments and transactions:

  • Payment Security.
  • Optimized customer journey.
  • Payment method acceptance.
  • Reduces cost for transactions.
  • Easy and convenient.
  • Safe and Physical distancing.
  • Seamless Transactions.
  • Offers, Discounts, and even cash back.

The services will be available from:

All these above mention services will be available from the ministry’s website and Nagarik app. For this, the state government has prepared a separate Transport Management Information System (TMIS).

However, the state ministry had published the information that this system was implemented on July 8. But the system with full technical preparation and payment facility is finally ready.

The “vehicle tax” feature has come through the latest update in the Nagarik app. Through which you can get the details of your vehicle, details of previous tax paid, and tax due.

From Friday, the option of online payment will also be added under the tax due. The service, which will start from Bagmati, will now be extended to other states’ transport management offices and transport service offices.


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