careful! If you remove a car without color coded sticker in Delhi, then you will get Rs 5500 fine

 

Color coded fuel stickers are going to be very important for Delhi's trains. The color coded sticker for the car is special because it will know from which fuel the car runs.

It is now mandatory to install color coded fuel stickers and high security number plates on every vehicle in Delhi. If both these things are not found on a train registered in Delhi, then they will be fined. Now a campaign is also being run in Delhi, in which vehicles will be tested and it will be checked whether High Security Registration Plat (HSRP) and color coded stickers are installed. At the same time, an invoice of Rs 5500 can also be deducted if they are not installed.

In Delhi, now color coded fuel stickers are very important for Delhi vehicles. The color coded sticker for the car is special because it will know from which fuel the car runs. Through this sticker, it will be easy to know whether the car is running on petrol or diesel or is an electric car. Not only this, it will also know when the vehicle has been registered and which BS model it is. At the same time, the laser code on the high security number plate on the vehicle will also be present on it.

Three color sticker

Currently, there are three types of color coded fuel stickers. They have blue, orange and gray colors. Blue means petrol or CNG. If there is a green stripe with blue then BS-6. If there is no green stripe then it is BS-4 or BS-3. While orange means diesel car. If there is a green stripe with orange color then it is BS-6. If there is no green stripe then it is BS-4 or BS-3. Finally, gray or gray color comes. This means the car is electric car.

How to get stickers

There are still no color coded fuel stickers on many trains. To get color coded fuel stickers installed on the vehicle one has to go to the website www.bookmyhsrp.com. Booking and payment will have to be made here. After this, it can be installed by going to the dealer or workshop as per your schedule.

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