Driving without a registration plate in Delhi can cost you Rs 5,000.

NEW DELHI:Before you take your new automobile out for a spin, get its registration plate created. The Delhi government's transport department launched a special campaign on Tuesday, fining unregistered automobiles Rs 5,000.

According to Navlendra Kumar Singh, joint commissioner (enforcement), many customers begin driving a new car by writing down the 'temporary number.' This is prohibited, and you cannot drive the car without registration and a High Security Registration Plate (HSRP). We have zero tolerance for unregistered automobiles, he stated.

Kumar stated that the government issues temporary numbers to car dealers so that the vehicle can be driven on the road if necessary. Such a predicament may emerge when trailers transporting automobiles are not permitted in Delhi and the vehicles must be driven to the dealership. It is granted by the RTO to dealers with trade certificates and is intended for a specific purpose, he explained.

He stated that enforcement teams will be deployed in different places on a rotating basis, with a special focus on auto showrooms to check for unregistered vehicles leaving the premises.

Kumar stated that the issue is important since it would be difficult to track down an unregistered car in the event of a traffic accident.

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