You can talk to a dedicated -- employee on this number and get your grievance and issues answered without any delay. This is the only verified -- complaints number you can lay your hands on out of all the confusing and time wasting options available elsewhere.


 The transport department helpline number is 080-22254900 and also 080-22353785 available from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm.

Website : www.bangaloretrafficpolice.gov.in
Central Traffic Control Room: +91-80 2294 3663,
Helpline number  call to lodge complaints - 080-22353785 
available Monday – Saturday from 10:00 am - 5:30 pm  

24 x 7 Helpline: The numbers than can be called are 080-22868444 and 080-22868550. Do note down the vehicle registration number, so that a complaint can be registered.

 

Lodge Complaints via a Telephone Call 

Here are the numbers you can call to lodge a complaint:
080-25588444(IVRS facility)
080-25588555(IVRS facility)
080-22943381(for up to 6pm)
 We listed with the number below which will help you complaint against the Auto drivers who are rude and not commuting or refusing to commute to nearest distance or demanding more
Vehicle Prefix (KA-XX) Bangalore location Phone number - Helpline NumberKA-01 Koramangala 080-25533525
KA-02 Rajajinagar 080-23324104
KA-03 Indiranagar 080-25254310
KA-04 Yeshwantpur 080-23376039
KA-05 Jayanagar 080-26630989
KA-41 Gyanabharthi 080-28602833
KA-50 Yelahanka 080-28561366
KA-51 Electronic City 080-25735522
KA-52 NeelaMangala 08234-285598
KA-53 KR Puram 080-25617951

Lodge Complaints via SMS

In case of refusal to ply, commuters can send an SMS to 52225 in the following format:

AUTO <SPACE> REF <SPACE> AUTO NO. <SPACE> LOCATION <SPACE> TIME OF REFUSAL

In case of overcharging, commuters can send an SMS to 52225 in the following format:

AUTO <SPACE> OVR <SPACE> AUTO NO. <SPACE> LOCATION <SPACE> TIME OF REFUSAL

How to file a complaint

1. Note the vehicle number (KA-XX-YY-ZZZZ) and email the details to transcom@kar.nic.in.
2. Based on the prefix XX (for example KA-01), complaint will be sent to one of the ten RTO offices in Bangalore and adjacent taluk areas.
3. Alternatively, one can also call these offices at the number given below based on the vehicle number prefix and directly lodge a complaint.

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