Commercial vehicle owners should get high security number plates installed by September 30, otherwise this action will be taken
September 30 is the last date for the installation of High Security Registration Number Plate (HSRP) in commercial vehicles. The owners operating commercial vehicles who have not installed (HSRP) should get it installed immediately. After this, they will face problem in vehicle operation and vehicles will be challaned. At the same time, the date of getting HSRP installed for those vehicle owners whose last number of registration is 0 and 1 is also near. Vehicle owners will be required to get high security registration number plates by November 15.
Transport commissioner Dheeraj Sahu has issued orders to this effect in the past. Despite this, only 10 to 15 percent of the people driving commercial vehicles have shown interest in getting it installed. Earlier, the date of installation of High Security Registration Number Plate (SHRP) in two wheeler, four wheeler commercial vehicles in the state was July 15. Due to Corona, the Transport Department had extended the deadline for the installation of number plates to 30 September. That is, it was made mandatory to have high security registration number plates installed in commercial vehicles by the due date. These included vehicles registered in the national capital NCR region Delhi.
Right now these are the dates for installing HSRP in private vehicles
- Those private vehicles registered in all districts by 15 November 2021 having 0 and 1 at the end of the number.
- Vehicles registered as on 15 February 2022 with 2 and 3 at the end of the number.
- Vehicles registered as on 15th May 2022 with 4 and 5 at the end of the last number.
- Vehicles registered as on 15th August 2022 with 6 and 7 at the end of the number.
- Vehicles registered up to 15 November 2022 with 8 and 9 at the end of the number.
There is a provision of big fine for not applying the number plate: If caught driving the vehicle without HSRP installed, the owner of the vehicle can come under the penalty of fine and challan. Under the Motor Vehicles Act, driving a vehicle without a number plate is punishable with a fine of five thousand rupees. However, the fine amount has not been decided by the government yet due to non-implementation of HSRP.
There has been no change in the date yet. In such a situation, the commercial vehicle owner should get HSRP installed. People have installed this new registration plate only in 10 to 15 percent of commercial vehicles. there is time. Get it installed in commercial vehicles as soon as possible. Otherwise, you will have to go through the process of challan and fine. Devendra Kumar, Additional Transport Commissioner