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PUC Certificate Fee: Big News! Getting these certificates for drivers can be expensive by up to 80%, otherwise a challan of Rs 10,000 will be issued.

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New Delhi. Delhi Transport Department is preparing to give a big blow to car drivers. Now getting PUC certificate made in Delhi can be expensive. The Transport Department has proposed to increase the fees for PUC certificate. If this happens then the fees will increase by up to 80 percent. According to the information, the rates of PUC certificate were last increased in 2011. However, the amount of challan for vehicles without certificate has been increased earlier also. The proposal of the Transport Department has been received by Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot and it is currently under consideration.

It is noteworthy that it is mandatory for all cars, bikes or commercial vehicles equipped with petrol, diesel, CNG and LPG to obtain PUC certificate. If PUC certificate of any vehicle is not found, then there is a provision of challan of Rs 10,000.

According to the Motor Vehicle Act 1989, it is necessary to obtain PUC certificate after one year of registration of every new vehicle. In four wheelers, the validity of PUC certificate is 1 year for BS4 and above vehicles and apart from this it is 3 months for all vehicles.

There are not a large number of PUC certified vehicles.

According to the data of the Transport Department, a large number of vehicles running in the city do not have PUC certificate. About 85 percent of the vehicles in the city are running without PUC certificate. However, among these also a large number are of two-wheelers.

How many vehicles

If we talk about the capital, there are more than 97 lakh registered vehicles here. Of these, 27.8 lakh are cars and 69.8 lakh are two wheelers. And 22 lakh vehicles are without PUC certificate. According to official sources, people do not pay fines despite strict rules. But now strict rules will be implemented to control such people and fine will be collected from the people.

Shyamu Maurya
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