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Many vehicles don’t have HSRP, Delhi crackdown plan triggers worry

Siddharth Tiwari | TNN | Updated: Sep 25, 2020, 08:45 IST

Only 41,000 vehicles got HSRPs between January and August this year


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The recent announcement by the Delhi transport department to crack down on cars without high-security registration plates (HSRP) will be a cause for conern for many in the city who have to drive to Delhi regularly for work.
The fines, with the new Motor Vehicles Act in force, are stiff: Rs 10,000, which is compoundable to Rs 5,000. It hasn’t been a problem in Gurugram, where police have not so far strictly enforced HSRPs. As a result, many vehicles owners have not opted for HSRPs. Anurag Singh, a resident of Palam Vihar who travels to Delhi for work, said, “I was aware about this new regime but never really cared much because I never saw any seriousness on part of the transport authorities. The sudden decision by the Delhi transport department to crack down on this is unjustified, at this time when people are grappling with reduced income and increasing fuel prices.”
Others said the Delhi transport department should have kept in mind the status of HSRPs in neighbouring states before making the announcement. “If they implement the steep penalties for Delhi-registered cars, it’s fine. They have their pace of pushing a particular scheme of the government. Other states may not have the same approach. Penalising NCR commuters is a bad decision just like Haryana’s decision to unilaterally close borders with Delhi in April this year,” said Raghubir Yadav, a Sohna-based trader who travels to the national capital at least thrice a week.
Sources in the transport department told TOI that while most of the new vehicles are getting HSRP numbers in Gurugram, a majority of the old vehicles, purchased before April 2019, is yet to switch to such tamper-proof plates. According to government data, only 41,000 vehicles — commercial and non-commercial — got the HSRPs between January and August this year.
The response from the non-commercial vehicle owners is relatively poor, compared to the commercial ones. Ever since the registration resumed in July, after nearly four months of suspension of operations, only 2,100 non-commercial vehicles have applied for HSRPs.
“Among the non-commercial private vehicles, it’s only the car owners who are showing some urgency. There are very few requests from two-wheeler owners for the HSRPs. A more strictness in penalisation plan and awareness generation is needed to expedite the process,” said an official from the regional transport authority.
Last year in April, the Union road transport ministry made the HSRP mandatory for vehicles manufactured on or after April 1, 2019.



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In face of hefty fines, online bookings for HSRP increase
Shikha Salaria | TNN | Updated: Sep 27, 2020, 08:19 IST


46,334 new vehicles have the required HSRP in GB Nagar, it is the old vehicle owners who are now flocking to their dealers after booking a slot on bookmyhsrp.com.

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If Delhi Police starts issuing challans for not having a high-security registration plates (HSRP), the maximum offenders could possibly belong to Noida, given that some 1,034 old vehicle owners have so far opted for the new number plates.

While 46,334 new vehicles have the required HSRP in GB Nagar, it is the old vehicle owners who are now flocking to their dealers after booking a slot on bookmyhsrp.com.
Commuters alleged that there was little awareness about the move and the Delhi government’s decision has come as a “shock” amid the Covid pandemic when people are grappling with reduced income and increasing fuel prices. The Noida transport department, too, seems to have done little to create awareness among the public and dealers say, those booking a slot for the number plates online have only started turning up over the past three-four days since the Delhi government made the announcement.
According to data from the transport department, some 7.21 lakh vehicles were registered in Gautam Budh Nagar till August, including nearly 4.41 lakh two-wheelers and 2.23 lakh four-wheelers. The remaining are commercial vehicles.
With the Delhi transport department on Tuesday asking the owners of vehicles registered before April 2019 to get HSRPs and colour-coded stickers affixed to their vehicles, residents of GB Nagar who frequently travel to Delhi for work have gotten anxious. Sunil P Singh, a resident of Antriksh Golf View-II in Sector 78, told TOI that commuters had no information about the fact that they were supposed to get an HSRP mandatorily.
“We got information first through the WhatsApp groups and then from newspapers around a week back. Before that, we had no information about this being made mandatory. I have applied for a slot to get my HSRP on the bookmyhsrp website. However, the date I got is for October 4,” he said. “Hope they spare those who have already applied for an HSRP by accepting a printout receipt as a proof,” he added.
In panic mode, other commuters regularly travelling to Delhi from GBNagar have also started booking their appointments to get the HSRP.
SN Pathak, general manager for the Nimbus Hyundai company, said at least 10-15 HSRPs are being issued everyday ever since the Delhi transport department has warned of action. “Applicants have started booking slots for the past three-four days especially. Earlier, it used to be nil,” he said. Asked about commuters’ concerns, ARTO (administration) Arunendra Pandey, however, said that commuters have been informed through the media and it was them who have not timely got the HSRPs fixed.
Rajesh Sharma, another commuter who regularly travels to Delhi, however, said that the move was not in good spirit. “Most people are going through a financial crunch and in Covid times, if the government resorts to such strictness, it is very shocking,” he said.

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Demand for high-security registration plates hots up: All you need to know about HSRP
With the state government’s notice last week, demand for high-security registration plates (HSRPs) has shot up.

INDIA Updated: Oct 02, 2020 14:47 IST
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People stand in a queue for pay the fees of high-security number plate at the HSNP centre in Gurugram.


People stand in a queue for pay the fees of high-security number plate at the HSNP centre in Gurugram. (Parveen Kumar / HT File Photo)


The Delhi government last week urged vehicle owners to upgrade their vehicle number plates to high-security registration plates (HSRPs) to avoid fines.The ministry of road transport and highways had in 2018 made it mandatory for vehicle manufacturers to provide HSRPs from April 2019.

It was formalised by the HSRP Order, 2018 that laid down the guidelines for the number-plate rule. With the state government’s notice last week, demand for HSRPs has shot up. Under the motor vehicles law, transport department and traffic officials can fine a vehicle owner between ₨ 5,000 and ₨ 10,000 for not having an HSRP and colour-coded stickers.
There are around 3.2 million vehicles in Delhi — including 1.9 million two-wheelers and 1.1 million four-wheelers.


Here is everything you need to know about HSRPs:

What are HSRPs?

HSRPs are hologram plates made with a laser-branded permanent identification number, which cannot be copied. The colour-coded stickers are meant to identify vehicles based on their fuel type. The stickers also include details such as the registration number, the registering authority, a laser-branded PIN, and the engine and chassis numbers of the vehicle.

How can you upgrade your registration plates?
You can contact vehicle dealers authorised by the government. The lists are available on the state transport departments’ website. Or, one may book an appointment with the chosen dealer.

How do things stand?
13,966 Registries between September 23 and 26.
Rule applies to all commercial and non-commercial motor vehicles
The rule applies to all commercial and non-commercial motor vehicles. The rule applies largely to vehicles registered before April 1, 2019.

What is the deadline?
The deadline to upgrade to HSRPs had not been specified, as of Sunday.
Charges for upgrading the number plate
₨ 300-400 for two-wheelers
₨ 600-1,100 for other vehicles


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High security registration plate (HSRP) and colour-coded sticker: How to order and cost explained
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Updated Oct 05, 2020 | 12:09 IST



If your vehicle is registered before 1 April 2019, then you will have to procure HSRP and colour-coded stickers as per MoRTH's orders. Here's everything you need to know about buying HSRPs and the cost.



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High security registration plate (HSRP) and colour-coded sticker: How to order and cost explained | Photo Credit: BCCL
The Delhi transport department's notice requesting all motorists to affix their vehicles with high security registration plate (HSRP) and colour-coded stickers has led to chaos in the national capital. The notice issued by the national capital's transport department warns people to get HSRP for their vehicles and failing it will attract penalty under the Central Motor Vehicles act. This notification is in line with the order issued by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) that mandates all vehicles in the country sold before 1 April 2019 to have a high security registration plate and colour coded stickers. As a result, people are now flocking to authorized auto dealerships in a bid to purchase HSRPs and colour-coded stickers. However, many motorists are reaching dealerships without a prior appointment, thereby making the process complicated for themselves and the dealerships. Now, if you too want to get an HSRP and colour-coded sticker for your vehicle, then we suggest you follow these steps to ensure you don't waste time.


How to order HSRP and colour-coded stickers?
While different states have different methods, the most common way to book HSRP for your vehicle is by approaching the state transport department from where you can get information about automobile dealerships that are allowed to fix HSRP and colour-coded stickers. It must be noted that not all auto dealerships are authorized to sell HSRPs and colour-coded stickers.
In Delhi, the transport department has uploaded a list of dealerships authorized to sell HSRP and colour-coded stickers on www.transport.delhi.gov.in. Through this, Delhiites can find the nearest vehicle dealership and book an appointment.


Can I approach auto dealership instead of state transport department?
Given that most states have still not announced an enforcement drive for checking HSRP and colour-coded stickers, they have not uploaded details of auto dealerships authorized to sell HSRP and stickers. In such a scenario, it is best to contact the dealership from which you purchased the vehicle and check if they are authorized to provide these.


What is bookmyhsrp.com
Motorists with vehicles registered in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi can use bookmyhsrp.com to purchase HSRP and/or colour-coded stickers. The vendor has been officially authorized by the governments to provide these to vehicle owners. Once you land on the website, you will have to select the vehicle type and state of registration which will show a list of authorized dealerships. From there, select your nearest dealership and book an appointment to get HSRP and colour-coded sticker affixed on your vehicle. Please note that you will be required to provide details like the vehicle's registration number, chassis number, and engine number to book appointment. So, kindly keep these things handy.

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How much do HSRP and colour-coded sticker cost?
The central government has not fixed the price of the high security number plate and colour-coded stickers, which means their cost will vary from state to state. However, an HSRP is likely to cost around ₹400 for two-wheelers and up to ₹1,100 for four-wheelers (depending upon vehicle category). And as for the colour-coded stickers, they are likely to costs around ₹100.



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Delhi: Vehicle owners clueless as no clarity on hi-tech numberplates
Sidharatha Roy | TNN | Updated: Oct 4, 2020, 05:43 IST


Many of those who managed to book a slot said they were shocked when told by the staff of the authorised vehicle dealership that they had no clue about their number plates or stickers


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NEW DELHI: What started with a confusing notice 12 days ago is fast descending into chaos. A public notice of the transport department on September 22, warning of an enforcement drive ‘very soon’ against vehicles without high security registration plates (HSRP) and colour-coded fuel stickers saw thousands of Delhiites scurrying to book a slot online. Many of those who managed to book a slot after facing an array of technical glitches were in for a rude shock when they reached the authorised vehicle dealership on the allotted date and time, only to be told by the staff that they had no clue about their plates or stickers.
Ajoy Sehgal, head of media relations at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, booked a slot on the website www.bookmyhsrp.com on September 23. But when he visited the designated vehicle dealership in Moti Nagar on October 3, he discovered that the staff there had no clue when his HSRP would be sent by the company authorised to make it – Rosmerta Safety Systems Private Limited.
“On asking when it would come, they asked me to call the helpline, which was not reachable,” Sehgal said.
“Thousands of law abiding citizens are getting harassed every day,” he added.
“I reached the designated car dealership on the allotted time but was told to come back later as the HSRP had yet not arrived. I have checked with them twice but they have no clue when the plate will come,” said R Shekhar, an east Delhi resident. “I don’t want to shell out Rs. 10,000 fine for no fault of mine and keep the booking receipt in the car to show it as proof that I tried to get the HSRP,” he added.
Many have taken to social media to vent their ire.
“Have visited twice with appointments to the allocated centre and no number plates. Huge inconvenience to Delhi public, shambles and fights on at centre at Janakpuri. Complete failure from Rosmerta,” tweeted Saurabh Paul, a vehicle owner, on Saturday. “HSRP fiasco in Delhi utterly mismanaged. People standing in long lines, without knowing if their registration plate has even arrived,” tweeted Shivani Gupta.
“I reached the car dealership in Okhla on September 29 at the allotted time but the staff there said they had no idea where my number plate was,” said a Vasant Vihar resident. “They asked me to call before I visit next time and when I called today (October 3), they said there are no signs of the plates,” she added.
“Height of inefficiency. Booked HSRP online with www.bookmyhsrp.com. The appointed slot is 10 am to 12 pm. The HSRP is nowhere to be seen, staff is just clueless,” tweeted another car owner, Manoj Srivastava, recently.
When asked about these instances, a Rosmerta Safety Systems Private Limited spokesperson said they have received no direct complaint from any customer. “For the last 8-10 days, we are able to provide all orders in time,” he said, adding that its customer care helpline is fully functional between 10am and 6pm.
“While we regret any inconvenience the vehicle owners may have faced, we would request you to kindly share the vehicle numbers of these persons who may have approached you with their complaint. We would like to find out the reasons why the HSRP could not be affixed on their vehicles on the scheduled date and time,” he said, adding that the company is taking all care to process and deliver HSRP and fuel stickers well in advance at the affixation locations before the scheduled date.



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Vehicles in Delhi without HSRP, colour-coded stickers to be penalised soon
2 min read . Updated: 23 Sep 2020, 07:54 AM ISTPTI
  • 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 and the Central Motor Vehicles Rules.


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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Is this not confusing ?
Which vehicles need HSRP ?
Vehicles Registered after 30 April 2020 to 1 April 2019 ?

What about vehicles older than 30 April 2020 ??



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Vehicles registered before April 1, 2019, will have to get HSRP and colour-coded stickers
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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 (HSRP) 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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