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PUC Norms Changed for Vehicles Purchased Post 31 March 2010

PUC Norms Changed for Vehicles Purchased Post 31 March 2010

Vehicle Emission Pollution Norms changed for Cars bought post 1st April 2010. PUC Certificate will now have validity of 1 year from 3 month

 

PUC Norms

PUC (Pollution Under Control) Certificate will now carry validity of 1 year for all cars purchased post April 2010 in New Delhi.

As per report cited in Hindustan Times "The implementation of same will be effective from Feb 23, 2013'

The PUC Norms will be as below

- Vehicles purchased on or before 31st March 2010 - PUC Certificate required to be renewed once every quarter

- Vehicles purchased from 1st April 2010 onwards - PUC Certificate will carry validity of 1 year

- Vehicles purchased in less than a year from present date - PUC Certificate not mandatory till completion of first year of vehicle (Purchase date will be tallied from RC book as date of registration of car)


Charges and Fine

The charges are:-

> Bikes and Auto - Rs. 35

> Passenger Cars on Petrol, CNG, LPG - Rs.45

> Diesel Cars - Rs. 60

Any vehicle found without PUC Certificate (as per above bracket), the fine will be :- Rs. 1000 for 1st offence and Rs. 2000 for 2nd offence. Also, the vehicle is liable to be prosecuted on violation of same.


Transport or Pollution Complaint Number

If you found any vehicle polluting on roads - you can also make a complaint on 011 - 42400400 with the vehicle number, make and location where you have seen it. This is the number for making Transport complaint in Delhi

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Comments 3

Guest - Rajneesh Sharma on Monday, 03 August 2015 17:26

Hi all,

I have tried to research the official government delhi sites, but nowhere have i found a mention of the below mentioned update, anywhere excepts on discussion boards and newspaper clippings. Will a traffic police officer hold this true if one is stopped and found having a PUC beyond 3 months on a car/ two wheeler bought post April 1st, 2010?

Hi all, I have tried to research the official government delhi sites, but nowhere have i found a mention of the below mentioned update, anywhere excepts on discussion boards and newspaper clippings. Will a traffic police officer hold this true if one is stopped and found having a PUC beyond 3 months on a car/ two wheeler bought post April 1st, 2010?
Gagan Modi on Monday, 03 August 2015 19:45

Hello,

Refer in the Confirmation Screenshot, hope should help in
http://www.mycarhelpline.com/images/easyblog_images/128/PUC-Validity-Notification-on-New-Car.jpg

You can revalidate the information on Delhi Government Site

http://www.delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/doit_transport/Transport/Home/Pollution+Control/P.U.C.+Certificate

Hello, Refer in the Confirmation Screenshot, hope should help in [img]http://www.mycarhelpline.com/images/easyblog_images/128/PUC-Validity-Notification-on-New-Car.jpg[/img] You can revalidate the information on Delhi Government Site [quote]http://www.delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/doit_transport/Transport/Home/Pollution+Control/P.U.C.+Certificate[/quote]
Guest - Nilesh on Tuesday, 14 April 2015 09:07

Hello - I need to know one thing.

Petrol car with CNG company fitted Kit - Do we require to have two PUC for CNG and Petrol Separately ?

As per my understanding - CNG vehicles are marked as NON POLLUTING VEHICALS IN RC BOOK.

In Gujarat at CNG out lets they enforce you to have two certificates ? Is it correct ?

Thanks.

Hello - I need to know one thing. Petrol car with CNG company fitted Kit - Do we require to have two PUC for CNG and Petrol Separately ? As per my understanding - CNG vehicles are marked as NON POLLUTING VEHICALS IN RC BOOK. In Gujarat at CNG out lets they enforce you to have two certificates ? Is it correct ? Thanks.
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