Action will be taken when a vehicle is driven without a high security license plate

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Baliya. The state government has extended the deadline for installing the high-security license plate (HSRP) in vehicles registered in the state to September 30th. It used to be until July 15, but in view of Corona, the government has decided to extend the deadline for the introduction of HSRP. Driving a vehicle without a high security license plate is a criminal offense from August 1st. This information was given by RI Rajbhushan Chaudhary from the Ministry of Transportation. He said that starting August 1, those who drive vehicles without an HSRP will be punished.
RI said it was necessary to have high security license plates on all registered vehicles. According to the order, high-security license plates are to be attached to new vehicles immediately, and a period of three months has been granted for old vehicles. All regional transport companies have been asked to ensure that the high security badge is in place before issuing a document.
The RI said the government has directed all dealers to ensure that all new sellers have high security badges. Vehicles whose manufacturers and dealers are no longer there must also apply to the RTO office for the license plates to be affixed. The plate is installed within a month of use.
Fitness certificate is not issued
RI Rajbhushan from the Department of Transportation said that if your vehicle does not have HSRP in the district, you will not be able to insure the vehicle. That being said, without HSRP-mounted vehicles, it will be difficult to do the rest of the work in the agency. Certificates of fitness for such vehicles are also not issued. The work in connection with the handover and challaning of the vehicle is also not carried out in the department.

Baliya. The state government has extended the deadline for installing the high security license plate (HSRP) in state-registered vehicles to September 30th. It used to be until July 15, but in view of Corona, the government has decided to extend the deadline for the introduction of HSRP. Driving a vehicle without a high security license plate is a criminal offense from August 1st. This information was given by RI Rajbhushan Chaudhary from the Ministry of Transportation. He said that starting August 1, those who drive vehicles without an HSRP will be punished.

RI said it was necessary to have high security license plates on all registered vehicles. According to the order, high-security license plates are to be attached to new vehicles immediately, and a period of three months has been granted for old vehicles. All regional transport companies have been asked to ensure that the high security badge is in place before issuing a document.

The RI said the government has directed all dealers to ensure that all new sellers have high security badges. Vehicles whose manufacturers and dealers are no longer there must also apply to the RTO office for the license plates to be affixed. The plate is installed within a month of use.

Fitness certificate is not issued

RI Rajbhushan from the Department of Transportation said that if your vehicle does not have HSRP in the district, you will not be able to insure the vehicle. That being said, without HSRP-mounted vehicles, it will be difficult to do the rest of the work in the agency. Certificates of fitness for such vehicles are also not issued. The work in connection with the handover and challaning of the vehicle is also not carried out in the department.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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