Announcement from the Ministry of Highways and Road Transportation, The government wants to produce more low-fuel automobiles and lessen emissions.
Reduce emissions and fuel consumption.
The government has recommended that various types of light, medium, and heavy duty motor vehicles be required to comply to fuel consumption guidelines starting in April 2023 in order to introduce efficient automobiles, according to an official statement.
According to the announcement, compliance with the requirements for fuel economy will be evaluated in accordance with the product compliance process described in the Automotive Industry Standard, 149.
According to the statement, a notification was issued on July 1 by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The application of the Fuel Consumption Standard (FCS) for light, medium, and different types of heavy vehicles produced or imported in India is now covered by Rule 115G of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR), 1989.
The yearly fuel consumption requirement was in place for M-1 series trucks with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of up to 3.5 tonnes, according to an earlier statement in the announcement.
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