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How to take a perfect pencil impression of your vehicle’s chassis numberThose of us who own vehicles in India and have been asked by Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) across the country to take pencil impressions of the chassis numbers of our vehicles know how imprecise and hard it can get to get a clean impression.The following is how I got a super-clean impression of the chassis number using a pencil, using fingers, and paper.Locate the engraved chassis number — Most 2 Wheelers will have their chassis number embossed on the neck of the motorcycle under the handlebars.Most 4 Wheelers will have their chassis number engraved:1- Usually it is under the car bonnet, either on the left side or center just beneath the windscreen. OR2- Beneath driving seat, under the carpet.How to do it: Take a A4 size plain paper, preferably a thin one, but strong enough to bear multiple pencil strokes. Inspect the space where this chassis number is engraved. Accordingly cut this paper horizontally in seven equal strips. Make sure that it fits into the space.Use a lead wooden pencil of a suitable size, break or cut into two pieces if space is not enough. Smaller and blunt pencil is always good.Place the cutout of paper over the chassis number and rub your pencil over the paper to capture an impression nice and slow.You can use a torch or a mobile flash light to inspect if the impression is come correctly or not.Make sure that you don't your hands don't shiver and the strip remain aligned properly during the whole process.Congratulations! You now have captured a perfect impression of the chassis number.
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Teenagers Will Get License For Gearless 100CC Bikes; Green Number Plates Coming Soon!Good news for teenagers, and 2-wheeler manufacturers in India: Govt. will make their lives easier.Very soon, 16 to 18-year-olds can get a license to drive gearless 2-wheelers, which are under 100CC. This is expected to trigger a lot of new sale of 2-wheelers in India.And, teenagers, who are anyways driving such vehicles, will get ‘official’ clearance.Meanwhile, a proposal has been submitted for green number plates for electric vehicles.Driving Licence for Teenagers For Gearless 100CC Bikes?As of now, driving license is issued to those, who are above 18 years of age and driving any vehicle. This is as per Central Motor Vehicles Act rules.However, there is no license required to drive a 2-wheeler with 50CC engine capacity.Now, the problem is that there is no such vehicle with 50CC capacity, and this is the reason that a lot of 16 to 18-year-olds drive gearless 2-wheeler in cities. This fact was informed to the Govt. by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.Govt. has now planned to make their movements official.Very soon, 16 to 18-year-olds  will be provided with a special license to drive gearless 2 wheelers, which are under 100CC engine capacity.Analysts are saying that this will trigger massive sales of sub-100CC 2-wheelers in India, and will make lives of 16 to 18-year-olds easier.Green Number Plates?Besides, Road and Transport Ministry has suggested the concept of green number plates for electric vehicles.This has been suggested keeping in mind the promotion of electric vehicles in India, and Govt.’s plan to make all vehicles electric by 2020.Green number plates will have a green colour, instead of the regular white or yellow background.Hence, green number plate vehicles will get special treatment at parking spots and during tests. In short, electric vehicle owners will be provided with special privileges, to encourage more usage and adoption.And, permits for electric vehicles can also be relaxed, on the line of e-rickshaws. Hence, anyone with an electric vehicle can very soon travel anywhere, do any transport business, without any permits.Recently, all Govt. officials in New Delhi were asked to ride only in electric vehicles, and earlier,  special incentives and promotionswere announced to make electric vehicles popular.
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RTA nod must for new speed breakersNASHIK city will not get any new Speed Breakers unless the road transport authority grants its approval and they are designed as per the Indian Road Congress (IRC) rules. Nashik municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe had called the first meeting of the Urban Mobility Cell on Friday to discuss issues like encouraging walking, cycling, improving public transport system. Officials of the traffic police and other related departments attended the meeting. "If the existing speed breakers are not as per IRC rules and Road Transport Authority (RTA) permission, they should be removed, " Mundhe said while discussing about speed breakers in the city. There are around 450 speed breakers in the city and Mundhe had been insisting that these are not scientifically built. He added that the civic body has decided that no new speed breakers will be constructed in the city. As per the directions of the high court, speed breakers have to be approved by the RTA. It is the RTA that would decide whether these are needed or not and where these are needed. At present, the civic administration constructs speed breakers based on the recommendations of the city traffic police. Various other issues such as managing bus services by Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) , making specific roads one way, installing signals at various squares along with pedestrian signals, beautifying various squares of the city were also discussed in the meeting.At present, the civic administration constructs speed breakers based on the recommendations of the city traffic police. At present, the civic administration constructs speed breakers based on the recommendations of the city traffic police.Mundhe gave instructions to various departments after elaborate discussion on all the topics. He spoke about the traffic police taking severe action against people who park vehicles on the roadside illegally and on the footpaths, finalising the number of authorised auto rickshaw parking and auto rickshaws stands.He said that the traffic police and the RTO should jointly inspect the haphazard parking of autos and fix locations for auto parking.They should not allow illegal parking in Dwarka naka, establish no vehicle zones in the city as per the need, make one way for specific roads, implement meter system in auto autorickshaws and take severe action against parking on roads in front of lawns and marriage halls. Mundhe spelled out the NMC's policy of reducing the number of private vehicles on the city roads and shifting towards the use of public transport. There are also plans to establish infrastructure to encourage walking and cycling. "We will soon be undertaking the work for barrier-free and pedestrian-friendly footpaths. NMC will soon take over the city bus service. Every signal in the city should have pedestrian signal for walkers to cross the road. The time of the signal should be fixed considering senior citizens, school children and women, " Mundhe said.The various squares that should have signals, road crossing, authorised auto stand, zebra crossing by NMC, cat's eye on the road, sign boards were finalised in the meeting. Mundhe instructed NMC officials to cleaning footpaths at Dwarka naka, remove encroachments, clean the area and conduct an anti-encroachment drive in front of the market yard. He asked the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to clean the underpass, repair it and make it usable for pedestrians, erect boards and provide street lights on Mumbai-Agra service road.Assistant police commissioner traffic department, deputy regional transport officer, NHAI project director, Nashik, executive engineer of Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd, Nashik, executive engineer state highways, Nashik First representatives were present for the meeting.Source: ET | Su mita | TNN |
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High Security Registration Plates To Become Mandatory Beginning January 1, 2019 .....May 1, 2018 | www.RTOseva4U.comThe Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has announced that High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) will soon be compulsory for all vehicles manufactured in India beginning January 1, 2019. The said number plates will come with a 15 year guarantee and will be replaced by the concerned dealer in case of any damage within the aforementioned period.The announcement by the government body has been made in order to offer extra protection to the vehicles and reduce thefts. According to the new draft, the car manufacturer will have to provide HSRP’s while their dealerships will be responsible for fixing them on the vehicles.Safety features on the new HSRP’s will include a chromium based hologram on the top-left corner of the plate while a 10 digit Permanent Identification Number (PIN) will be positioned on the bottom-left corner of the plate, both of which will be hot stamped. Also on offer would be a self-destructing chromium based hologram sticker, which will contain details such as the registration number, engine and chassis number as well as the name of the registering authority. This sticker would be affixed on the bottom-left side of the front windshield.To make sure that these HSRP’s are not stolen, they will have to be fixed with at least two non-removable or non-reusable snap locks. While these new plates, as we mentioned earlier, will become mandatory beginning January 1, 2019, the HSRP can be fitted to older vehicles too, but only once the previously used number plates have been surrendered.
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MIM neta held for trying to sell stolen vehiclesBhiwandi:A corporator from the AIMIM party in the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation was arrested by the Bhiwandi crime unit of Thane police on Saturday for his alleged role in an inter-state theft of 34 trucks and dumpers. Jaafar Shaikh Akhtar has been accused of bringing clients to purchase these stolen vehicles. TOI had reported the theft case in its edition dated April 21.So far, 13 people have been arrested and 21 vehicles seized. The gang did everything from stealing trucks and dumpers to tampering with their chassis numbers to selling them by using forged documents and then registering them anew.The role of Akhtar, an Aurangabad resident, emerged during the probe when the police found that brought clients for the vehicles.The crime branch last month had also arrested a RTO clerk, two agents and their seven associates.The gang forged vehicle registration documents and obtained no-objection certificates from the RTO in Buldhana. The vehicles were subsequently registered at the RTO in Nandurbar.Crime branch sources said that while investigating a vehicle theft case that had been registered at Narpoli police station, they found documents of six dumpers in the scooter of an accused, Ali Hussein. The dumpers were registered at the RTO in Nagpur Rural.During the probe, the police found that one team was assigned the task of stealing vehicles from various parts of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. The other one would then alter chassis numbers and sell them using forged documents. The two RTO agents looked after registration of the vehicles in connivance with the RTO clerk.The engines and chassis numbers of the seized stolen vehicles were verified at a plant in Jamshedpur which confirmed the tampering. The gang also took bank loans using the stolen vehicles as guarantees, added the officer.Source : TOI Mumbai, 7.5.18 Pradeep Gupta
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