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Updates found with 'tata indigo launch'

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Updates found with 'tata indigo launch'

End of the road for Tata Indica and Tata Indigo as production ends: Here’s what makes Indica an iconic Tata carTata Indica and Tata Indigo sedan production has been stopped permanently by Tata Motors. Tata Indica has served the company for 20 long years and was first showcased in 1998. The car has helped the company to grow as a brand and here's why the Indica is an iconic car for Tata Motors.By: Ronak Shah May 23, 2018  1:19 PMIt’s official now! Tata Motors has ceased the production of its Tata Indica and Tata Indigo cars in India. Starting this financial year 2018-19, Tata Motors has not manufactured a single unit of its Indica hatch and Indigo sedan confirms data provided by SIAM. The company has tasted new success with its IMPACT design cars and old styling on the Indica and Indigo resulted in lower sales and this move was expected sooner or later. During the recently concluded the financial year 2017-18, Tata Motors had manufactured 1, 686 units of Indica and 556 units of its Indigo CS sedan. Gradually the company has now completely stopped the production of the said cars.Tata Motors company spokesperson said, “With the changing market dynamics and the evolution of Tata Motors design language towards impactful design, we have decided to phase out the Indica and the Indigo eCS, a common phenomenon in a product lifecycle.”In many ways, Tata Indica has been an iconic car for Tata in India. Ever since it was first showcased at 1998 Geneva Motor Show the hatchback was an aspirational buy for people who were upgrading from small cars to hatchbacks. Tata Indica is also India’s first fully indigenous car and ever since its launch has been the frontrunner in company’s product line-up. Tata Indica became famous with some very interesting integrated marketing campaigns and was introduced with the tagline “More car per car, ” the ad campaign focused on roomy interiors and affordability. Tata Indica became popular right from the word go and received over 1.15 lakh bookings in just one week of the launch and became the segment leader in just two years. Tata Indica’s success gave the company confidence to launch the all-new Indica in its second generation in 2008 and was named as Indica Vista.Interestingly, the company had showcased an electric version of its Indica Vista sedan way back in 2011 but never made it to production.“Establishing itself as a ‘coming of age car’ for India, the Indica has been a much loved and admired brand, ” the company’s spokesperson further added. The Indica was followed by the Tata Indigo launch in 2002. The Indigo too was received well in the PV market and has been much appreciated for its compact design and spacious interiors.To meet the upcoming emission and safety norms, Tata Motors is now streamlining its product strategy and not all existing cars may see a BS-VI future. Upgrading to BS-VI will require huge investments and it is expected that many of the slow-moving products will be discontinued from the Indian market. Tata Motors has showcased its new IMPACT 2.0 design language on its H5X SUV and 45X hatchback at the Auto Expo 2018. We expect the company to roll out a premium hatchback in India by 2020.After Tata Indica and Tata Indigo, we expect Tata Nano to cease production soon. In the month of April, the company only manufactured 45 units of its Nano. However, we might see Tata Nano being revived in an electric avatar. Not just Tata Motors, we expect other companies including Mahindra to discontinue some of its products from its line-up.While from a business point of view it is completely normal to see changes in product strategy, for many born in the Indica era the car has given many fond memories and has an emotional connection with the car. Tata Motors will continue to provide the required necessary service support to its existing Indica and Indigo customers.
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RTO undertakes drive against Royal Enfield with modified exhaustsKerala RTO claims to bring noise pollution under control with suspension of Registration Certificate of two wheelers with modified exhaust.Following our earlier report of Rajasthan High Court issuing orders to the local RTO to cancel driving licenses of those found talking on mobile phones while driving or riding, the Kerala RTO has now launched a campaign against Royal Enfield motorcycles with modified exhausts.Even as the Kerala Traffic Police have claimed that there are over 1, 000 bikes sporting loud exhausts in Ernakulam, the local RTO has promised stringent action against them. Many of these bikers own Royal Enfield and have been repeatedly receiving fines for this illegal act.The local RTO has now initiated suspension of RC – Registration Certificate for a period of 3 months during which time the bikers will not be allowed to ride their vehicles.Following the 3 month suspension period, offenders will have to take their bikes to the RTO for inspection. Once it is ascertained that this noise emitting exhausts have been replaced with a stock unit, then only will the RC be reissued.Bangalore police had confiscated hundreds of RE exhausts and crushed them under a road roller in a public display.This new campaign will be officially launched on 1st June 2018 and suspension of RC will be under Section 53 of Motor Vehicle Act, where in it clearly states that it is illegal to modify any part of a car or a motorcycle without permission from RTO. These modified silencers cause noise of around 95 dB to 100dB which is louder than a bus horn.These aftermarket exhaust systems are on offer through dealers across Kerala but these dealers cannot be held liable for sale of these exhaust system as they clearly indicate that these exhausts are exclusively for off road or competition use only. It is hence upto the bike owners to abide by the law or face severe punishment.Source Rushlane By Pea rl Dani els on May 11, 2018
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How Much You Can Earn If You Share Your Car with Ola Or Uber?Do you have a car lying idle? Or Are you planning to buy a new car? If so, you could share your car with Ola or Uber's taxi service. It's a darned good business idea, in our opinion if given a quality attention.All the more of a great deal, if you plan on driving the taxi by yourself. Savings are enormous. Do you want to know how much you can earn in a month if you register your car with Ola or Uber? Read on !!!!!!!!Earn Excellent Profits Every Month!Consider you're making only 8 to 10 trips a day, not more - about 12 hours. You can easily profit at least Rs. 15, 000 a month. We're talking profits here, not earnings deducting all expenses including EMIs for loan and driver's remuneration.If you drive a diesel vehicle, and drive your car yourself, you can earn greater profits. That literally takes care of you and your family.Now consider turning this opportunity into a full-fledged business. You could invest in more Maruti / Tata / Hyundai cars. You'll be leveraging the additional discount each time, and profiting nicely with your Ola or Uber registered taxis.Buy A New Car For Taxi Registration And Get Additional Discount!If you're planning to buy a new car with the idea of sharing it with Ola or Uber, here's some great news for you! All major car manufacturers are offering a terrific additional discount on its range of cars, if you're buying a new car to share with Uber / Ola. This offer comes to you as a result of a tie-up between Uber, Ola and these manufacturers. So how do you benefit from this additional discount? All you have to do is to submit your car booking receipt at the taxi office (Ola or Uber) to claim the additional discount. Isn't that cool?Here's How You Register Your Car With Ola Or Uber!So now if you've decided to go ahead and register your car as an Ola or Uber taxi, follow these steps and become an Ola or Uber taxi associate! 1. If you already have a car, go right ahead. Or book a new car. You already know that you can get an additional discount if you buy a car for taxi registration. 2. If you are going to drive the taxi on your own, obtain a commercial driving license for it from the RTO, commonly known as TR license. If you're hiring a driver, make sure he or she has a commercial license. 3. Submit copies of the following documents at your nearest regional office for either Ola or Uber.➤ RC Book➤ Car Fitness Certificate➤ T-permit and authorisation➤ Insurance➤ Tax receipt➤ Driver's TR license➤ Driver's residence and ID proof➤ Driver's Aadhaar card copy4. After the taxi company has inspected your documents and your vehicle, they'll guide you with regard to taxi registration guidelines. 5. Be sure to open a new Current Bank Account and submit the bank details to the taxi companyBeware of middlemen, agents and touts, if imperative take guidance of professional consultants who understands transport domain and it's statutory compliances.
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RTOs efforts pays off, but requires public co-operation.Govt steers drive: Pledge your organs when seeking licence5 Lakh Of 9Cr New Drivers Are DonorsLess than 1% of persons with driving licences have pledged to donate their organs in case they meet with a fatal accident. The government expects this share to increase as it has introduced a new provision in the driving licence application, which allows an applicant to pledge his/her organ donation.A source said about 5 lakh out of the 9 crore new licence holders have pledged to donate their organs. Though the change in application form came into force from April 1, some regional transport offices (RTOs), in collaboration with advocacy groups, have already been reaching out to people.“We are compiling organ donors’ data. As we have changed the application format, which every RTO across the country has to follow, there will be an increase in the number of such pledges, ” a central government official said.Priyanka Shylendra, chief executive officer of Gift Your Organ Foundation, which pursued the change in driving licence application format, said this will bring more awareness. “When we interacted with people from different walks of life, we found they are keen to donate organs. What is needed is awareness and making the process simple, ” she added.Shylendra said her foundation undertook an awareness initiative from 2012 to 2015 at nine RTOs in Bangalore. “We made 1.72 lakh people aware and through this initiative, 62, 000 people pledged. The initiative was introduced at a Mumbai RTO in 2013 and 15, 000 people were made aware, ” she said.Organizations working in this sector have also been pushing for a seamless mechanism for quick transfer of accident victims to specialised hospitals to complete the organ donation process. Last month, while inaugurating the National Road Safety Week, road transport minister Nitin Gadkari said Tata Group’s arm TCS is keen to join hands with the government in an initiative to harvest organs from road crash victims as well as facilitate emergency services using helicopters.He added that the government is developing 750 roadside amenities, which will have helipads in addition to other facilities for travelers. Organ donation gains importance as at present, there is less than one organ donor in a million in India and over three million deaths recorded since 2005 due to nonavailability of organs.
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This monsoon, RTO may crack down on auto fare refusalsMany Mumbaikars complained of fare refusals by autorickshaw drivers during the pre-monsoon showers on Saturday evening, and experts feel this could just be a precursor to the ‘harrowing time’ road commuters can expect during rains. A senior RTO official said the department is likely to launch a fresh drive to curb refusals during monsoon.Commuters’ problems are expected to compound with poor frequency of BEST buses and kaali-peeli taxi population dwindling over the past few months. “We have found that 5-10% auto and taxi drivers refuse fare. Nearly 90% of them are proved guilty as we also have the complainants’ mobile numbers and summon them as witness during hearings, ” said a deputy transport commissioner.RTO sources said every year, 60% of the complaints against auto and taxi drivers are about fare refusals, and a maximum of them are during the monsoon months —June and September. Statistics show that over 15, 000 complaints were registered against errant auto-taxi drivers at the four RTOs in the city in past seven years, and the most common grouse was fare refusal.Saturday evening saw long queues at bus stops outside most railway stations as the BEST bus frequency was poor and automen refused to ply commuters. “I got drenched as I five auto drivers refused to go to my destination, ” complained Rohan Gaikwad, who lives in the eastern suburbs. Same was the case for aggregator cabs as they were few in numbers.“Auto drivers who refuse passengers and leave them stranded in the rain should be imposed with penalty and their permit/licence should be suspended, ” demanded transport activist G R Vora.But automen claim that they refuse passengers only in case of personal emergency. “We refuse commuters if we have to take a lunch break, fill fuel or go home after a shift, ” said an auto driver.As for BEST buses on road, statistics show the fleet size has reduced from 4, 200 a few years ago to 3, 300. “In the name of cost-cutting, the BEST has discontinued several routes, ” said transport analyst Hussain Indorewala.Source: TOI, Somit.Sen@timesgroup.com
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