Fifteen times fine will be imposed for removing vehicle without registration and trade certificate
Workshop: Rules of safety to tell vehicle dealers, provisions of the Act
Vehicle sellers will now ensure all documentary action including high-security number plates and insurance while registering with selling vehicles to customers. A fine of up to 15 times the annual tax can be levied on the vehicle owner and dealer for leaving the vehicle without registration and insurance on the road. Regional Transport Officer Dr. Virendra Singh Rathod said this. Rathod was speaking on Friday in a workshop organized by the Department of Transport and Road Safety on new provisions related to road safety and vehicle dealers.
Dr. Rathod said that future rules are being tightened for professional certificates of vehicle dealers. The Ministry of Transport will also strictly enforce the rules on the drivers and dealers. The vehicle seller will now be able to take the vehicle out of the showroom only when it is taking the vehicle for stock transfer, delivery, trial, demonstration or another place for sale. It will be considered valid only if the trade certificate is affixed to the vehicle. Failure to do so will result in a fine of up to 15 times the tax on the vehicle owner and dealer.
In the workshop, vehicle dealers were asked information related to road safety including the maximum speed limit of the vehicle, and lane driving through question-answer. To which the dealers could not answer. In the workshop, Mohit Railan, DTO Rajiv Sharma, Rajiv Vijay, Prakash Tahaliyani and Pramod Lodha gave information about the trade certificates of vehicle dealers. Research Scholar Neha Chhatwani appealed to the person injured in the accident by showing a short film.