Government set to introduce a new process where carmakers will fit number plates on their products when they sell them.
Nitin Gadkari, India's Union Transport and Highways Minister, announced that the carmakers will now fit number plates on their cars as and when they sell them. The installation was earlier carried out by the Regional Transport Office(RTO) at the district level.
The cost of the registration number plate will be included in the total on-road price of the car. The minister informed that the prices for number plates procured by states used to be in the range from Rs. 800 to Rs. 40,000.
As per the new process, Manufacturers will be fitting the plates and embossing will be done later through the machine. The new process will bring uniformity to the price of the registration plates across states.
The Ministry's move is meant to provide relief to the consumers by simplifying the registration process and providing transparency on prices as part of government's Digital India Mission.
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