Vehicles in Delhi Without HSRP To Be Penalized Soon


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The Delhi government's transport department on Tuesday asked owners of vehicles registered before April 2019 to affix them with high security registration plates and colour-coded stickers, saying a drive will be launched "soon" to check for the violation of the directive.

In a public notice, it asked the vehicle owners to get HSRP and stickers "without any delay".

HSRP is a chromium-based hologram applied by hot stamping on the number plates both at the front and back, besides laser-branding of a permanent identification number.

Colour-coded stickers are meant for identifying vehicles based on their fuel type, with light blue ones for petrol and CNG, and orange ones for diesel vehicles. They bear details such as the registration number, the registering authority, a laser-branded PIN, and engine and chassis numbers of the vehicle, according to officials.

HSRP and colour-coded stickers are mandatory for all vehicles registered in NCT of Delhi and action can be taken against vehicle owners violating the norm under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, a senior transport department officer said.

Vehicles registered before April 1, 2019, will have to get HSRP and colour-coded stickers. The new vehicles registered after April 1, 2019, come equipped with these, he said.

The officer said there are almost 30 lakh vehicles that will require HSRP and stickers.

Various automakers have appointed an HSRP vendor and bookings can be made online. Around 236 dealers will be providing HSRP and stickers, he said.

"We will start the enforcement drive only after giving reasonable time to the general public for getting HSRP and colour-coded stickers for their vehicles," he added.

The officer said vehicle owners should get HSRP affixed through vendors of original equipment makers as they are not available in the open market, except at vehicle dealers.

Last year, the Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) had directed that all vehicles in Delhi-NCR should have HSRP and colour-coded stickers by October.

However, the order could not be implemented due to various reasons, including the unavailability of HSRP, the officials said.

The Delhi BJP urged the Lt Governor to direct the transport department to withdraw its notice in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Party spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor said the exercise can be postponed till the time Covid-19 incidence subsides completely.

The transport department, in another order issued on Tuesday, extended up to September 30 the validity of CNG leakage test certificates which expired between February 1 and June 30 this year.

The order was issued in view of difficulties faced by people in the renewal of their documents due to the Covid-19 situation.

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Online Booking For HSRP, Colour-coded Stickers For Vehicles Simplified In Delhi

The process of online booking for high security registration number plates and colour-coded stickers for old vehicles in Delhi has been simplified by doing away with the uploading of registration certificate and one-time password, officials said. The transport department of the Delhi government, in a recent public notice, had asked owners of vehicles registered before April 2019 to get the high security registration number plates (HSRP) and colour-coded stickers without delay.

“The process of taking appointment has been upgraded to make it convenient for consumers, and it just takes approximately two minutes. However, since the chassis number and engine number are required to be entered, it is recommended to keep the registration certificate (RC) and payment options ready while making the booking on www.bookmyhsrp.com,” a spokesperson of Rosmerta Security Systems Private Limited said. Rosmerta Security Systems Private Limited is a vendor of high security registration number plates. “The customer has the option to take a convenient date and time appointment for the affixation of plate at his chosen dealership of his vehicle brand. The payment can be made online through various platforms – credit card, debit card, Internet banking or UPI, the spokesperson said.

“The requirement of uploading RC and generating one-time password (OTP) during booking has been done away with to ease the process,” he said. Vehicles having valid HSRP can register for getting the colour-coded stickers at a cost of Rs 100. The booking for the same is likely to start soon, he said.

The list of vehicle dealers authorised to fix the number plates is available on Delhi transport department’s portal. It takes four to five days for the HSRP to be ready and delivered to the vehicle dealer. The customer will have to just go once to the dealer at the scheduled date and time to get the HSRP affixed. It takes not more than 30 minutes for the process, subject to the existing circumstances, said the spokesperson.

Over 32 lakh vehicles, including 10-12 lakh cars and 20 lakh two-wheelers, registered prior to 2019, have to get the HSRP and third colour-coded sticker plates installed. Of this, so far 3.5 lakh vehicles have complied, he said. The HSRP and color-coded stickers are mandatory for all vehicles registered in National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) and action can be taken against the vehicle owners violating the norm, under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989, a senior transport department officer said.

The vehicles registered before April 1, 2019, will have to get HSRP and color-coded stickers. The new vehicles registered after April 1, 2019 come equipped with these features, he said. The colour-coded stickers are meant for identifying vehicles based on their fuel type, with light blue’ colour stickers for petrol and CNG, and orange’ ones for diesel driven vehicles. It bears details such as the registration number, registering authority, laser-branded PIN, and engine and chassis numbers of the vehicle.

The HSRP is a chromium-based hologram applied by hot stamping on the number plates both at the front and back besides laser-branding of a permanent identification number. .

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Thanks @Nairrk for the information. I’ve ordered both from the stated website. Prices aren’t mentioned as they’re vehicle dependent. It costed me Rs.640. HSRP has its benefits but a separate windshield sticker is pointless.

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Bookings for high-security plates, colour stickers to begin in November: HSRPs to be home delivered

Online booking for getting high-security registration plates and colour-coded stickers will restart from November 1 and home delivery of HSRPs will also begin on a trial basis in a few areas of Delhi, sources said on Tuesday. The decision was taken at a meeting held by Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot to discuss ways to sort out problems encountered in affixation of HSRPs and colour-coded stickers. The vehicle owners who will opt for home delivery of HSRPs will be charged Rs 100-200, the sources said.

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