NGT Lifts Ban on Old Diesel, Petrol Cars with ₹5000 RC Renewal Fee
Ban on 10-Year-Old Diesel and 15-Year-Old Petrol Vehicles Lifted by NGT - Get Your RC Renewed by Paying a Fee of ₹5000"
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has recently lifted the ban on 10-year-old diesel and 15-year-old petrol vehicles. The ban was imposed with the aim of reducing air pollution and promoting sustainable transportation in India. However, after considering various factors, the NGT has decided to lift the ban and allow these vehicles to be driven on the roads again.
To renew the registration certificate (RC) of these vehicles, owners will have to pay a fee of ₹5000. The fee is being levied to offset the environmental impact of these older vehicles and to encourage people to switch to more sustainable modes of transportation.
The lifting of the ban is expected to provide some relief to vehicle owners who were facing difficulties in disposing of their old vehicles. It will also provide a boost to the used car market, as people will now have more options to buy older vehicles.
However, it is important to note that the decision to lift the ban is not meant to encourage people to continue using older vehicles that are not environmentally friendly. The government and the NGT are still committed to promoting sustainable transportation in India and encouraging people to switch to electric and other eco-friendly vehicles.
In conclusion, the lifting of the ban on 10-year-old diesel and 15-year-old petrol vehicles by the NGT will provide some relief to vehicle owners and boost the used car market. However, it is important to continue promoting sustainable transportation and encourage the use of eco-friendly vehicles.