Vehicle models manufactured before 2005 will be banned in Jaipur from 1 January 2021


Jaipur to ban all commercial vehicles manufactured in and before 2015, in consistence with NGT’s order.

Business vehicles that are matured 15 years or older, i.e., all vehicles made in the year 2005 or potentially more established won’t have the option to employ on Jaipur’s streets, from one year from now.

As per the requests gave by the Jaipur RTO, in consistence with the orders of the National Green Tribunal, these obsolete vehicles will be authorized a NOC to drive the vehicles outside city limits or in more modest cities.

NGT orders ban of vehicles to arrest pollution

In 2015, the National Green Tribunal passed a request, which confined the utilization of 15-year-old petroleum vehicles and 10-year-old diesel vehicles in Delhi, to capture the rising degrees of pollution.

From that point forward, the NGT has set up comparable orders for all locale which house its divisional headquarters. Under these mandates, every single business vehicle, dated 2005 or older will be restricted w.e.f January 2021 in Jaipur.

As per reports, there are 1.72 lakh such vehicles in the city and taking them off the street won’t just decrease toxin sources yet additionally animate the business of car industry, by implication. A hefty fine of ₹5000 would be imposed upon individuals in the event that they are discovered driving these old model vehicles, inside city limits, after December 31, 2020.

How to do these old vehicles?

The RTO officials in Jaipur have expressed that the individuals who own such vehicles can take the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Jaipur Transport Office for their vehicles until December 31, 2020.

This endorsement will allow the utilization of old vehicles outside as far as possible, in modest towns and cities. Individuals can likewise get their vehicles enlisted for activity in different locale on the off chance that they have the NOC.

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