Rules for registration of driving license and vehicles may change, Modi government asks for suggestions

Delhi: The Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) government of the Center has sought suggestions from all stakeholders on proposals for amendment in the Motor Vehicles Act regarding driving license, registration of new vehicles, and return of deficient vehicles to the company. The government has proposed to keep the fine between Rs 10 lakh and Rs 1 crore if vehicles are found to be defective. This will depend on the type of vehicles and the number of defective vehicles. In this regard, the government has issued a notification again so that the stakeholders can get enough time to fully consider and comment on them.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, which was re-notified on 29 May 2020, said in a statement that the Ministry has again invited suggestions and comments from all stakeholders on the proposals for amendment of the Motor Vehicles Rules. In this, suggestions have been sought on registration of new vehicles, recall of old vehicles, and driving license. Earlier, the government issued this notification on 18 March. According to the statement, in view of the circumstances arising out of the lockdown, it was felt that the stakeholders needed sufficient time to consider it. Therefore it has been notified again on 29 May 2020. The Ministry has asked people to give their suggestions on this within 60 days.

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