According to a notification issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on Tuesday, owners of cars that are more than 15 years old will have to spend eight times more money to renew their registrations, as the Center will renew old and polluting vehicles in line with the National Vehicle Scrappage Policy. .
According to the notification, these rules may be called the Central Motor Vehicles (23rd Amendment) Rules, 2021 and will come into force from April 1, 2022.
Registration renewal of a 15-year-old car will now cost Rs 5,000 as against the current fee of Rs 600. For motorbikes older than 15 years, the renewal fee will now be Rs 1,000 as against the current Rs 300. Similarly, the cost of renewal certificate of fitness for a bus or truck older than 15 years will be Rs 12,500 instead of Rs 1,500 and Rs 10,000 for old medium goods or passenger motor vehicles.
Renewal of registration of imported motorbikes and cars will cost Rs 10,000 and Rs 40,000 respectively.
An additional fee of Rs 50 will also be levied for each day’s delay after the expiry of the fitness certificate, the notification said.
As per the notification, in case of delay in applying for renewal of registration certificate, an additional fee of Rs 300 for every month of delay in case of private vehicles and Rs 500 for every month of delay in case of commercial vehicles Will happen. To collect