Even if the driving license has expired, the police cannot deduct your challan! Know other such important things

This order is not for all documents related to vehicles.

This order is not for all documents related to vehicles.

The Union Transport Ministry has also given this instruction to all the enforcement agencies to accept all the documents even if they have expired, even if they have expired by the end of September.

New Delhi. To prevent the spread of corona virus, the central government announced last week that the renewal of essential things like driving license, vehicle registration certificate, fitness certificate has been extended till 30 September. The Union Transport Ministry has also given this instruction to all the enforcement agencies to accept all the documents even if they have expired, even if they have expired by the end of September. But it is important to note here that this order is not for all documents related to vehicles. For example, if the Pollution Under Control ie PUC certificate of your vehicle has expired, then it is still necessary that you get the vehicle tested for the new PUC.

Police cannot deduct challan

Central Government Driving License, Vehicle Registration Certificate, Fitness Certificate This means that even if you are stopped in police checking and you do not have any of the above documents, the police cannot deduct your challan.

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things you should know

– It is valid only for the said documents which have either expired from February of 2020 or are due to expire on or before 30th September.

States and Union Territories have been asked to implement new rules to ensure that passengers and people engaged in transport services are allowed to move from one point to another without ‘harassment’.

Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari also said that the validity of documents related to Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 has been extended till September 30, 2021. “This includes all those documents whose validity has expired from 1st February, 2020 or will expire by 30th. September 2021. Enforcement officers are advised to treat such documents as valid till 30 September 2021.




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