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Transport Department New Rules: If caught without PUC, there will be ‘jail’, traffic police will charge Rs 10000 challan,check details immediately

The driving license of the drivers who do not show the PUC certificate will also be canceled for three months.




New Delhi. Winter season is knocking in the country. Along with this, the problem of pollution that has been going on for the last several years is also being expressed. In view of this, the Delhi government is also on alert. The Delhi Transport Department has asked vehicle owners to carry a valid Pollution Control (PUC) certificate while driving. Vehicle owners caught without a valid PUC certificate can be imprisoned for up to six months or fined up to Rs 10,000 or both.

In a public notice issued by the Transport Department on Sunday, it has been said that the driving license of the drivers who do not show the PUC certificate will also be canceled for three months. The transport department of the national government has started this effort to control pollution and improve air quality in Delhi.

The vehicle is periodically tested for various pollutants like carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide emitted from the vehicle. After which they are given PUC certificate. “All registered vehicle owners are requested to get their vehicles checked at the Pollution Testing Centers authorized by the Transport Department to avoid any penalty/imprisonment/suspension of driving license,” the public notice said.

In case of petrol and CNG powered two wheelers and three wheelers, the pollution test charges are Rs 60. For four wheelers it is Rs 80. The fee for pollution test certificate for diesel vehicles is Rs 100. As per the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, every motor vehicle (including BS-I/BS-II/BS-III/BS-IV as well as vehicles running on CNG/LPG) is required to have a valid PUC certificate . However, the validity of four wheeler BS-IV compliant vehicles is one year and for other vehicles three months.

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