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An additional charge of INR 200 will be levied if the registration certificate is a type of smart card issued or renewed in form, the ministry added.

New Delhi: The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) on Wednesday issued a draft notice to increase the 15-year vehicle renewal fee. According to the ministry, the renewal of 15-year vehicle registration certificates will become onerous from October 1, 2021. This will be applicable to all passenger cars and commercial vehicles.

For two-wheelers, the registration renewal fee would be INR 1,000, up from INR 300 currently. more than is paid now.

This proposal has been issued under the Central Motor Vehicle Rules (Amendment) which states that if a vehicle owner obtains the scrapping certificate for the old vehicle, no additional charge will be levied on the scrapping certificate. registration to buy a new vehicle.

In case of delay in applying for renewal of registration certificate, the Ministry of Road Transport has further stated, an additional charge of INR 300 for delay of every month or part thereof in respect of motorcycles and INR 500 for delay of each month or part thereof. with respect to other classes of transport vehicles are not levied.

In addition, an additional charge of INR 200 will be levied if the registration certificate is a type of smart card issued or renewed in form, the ministry added.

This development follows the vehicle scrapping policy announced in the 2021 Union Budget, which stipulates that it is mandatory to carry out a fitness test for 20-year-old private vehicles and 20-year-old commercial vehicles. 15 years old.

In February, Minister for Roads, Transport, Highways and MSMEs Nitin Gadkari said the policy would cover more than 1 crore of light, medium and heavy motor vehicles. “The policy would cover about 51 lakh light motor vehicles (LMVs) over 20 years old, while another 34 lakh LMVs are over 15 years old. It would also cover 17 lakh medium and heavy motor vehicles, which are over 15 years old. years, and currently without valid certificates of competence”.

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