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Know the benefits and disadvantages of the new scrappage policy?

Tuesday - September 24, 2019 1:58 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Soon the new scrappage policy to be introduced for vehicles
Soon the new scrappage policy to be introduced for vehicles

The new scrappage policy may have some 'hard' rules to control air pollution!

SEP 24 (WTN) - Air pollution is one of the major problems in the country at the moment. The Modi Government is making a lot of efforts to reduce air pollution. There are many reasons for air pollution, and one of the main reasons is the smoke emanating from the vehicles. Air pollution is common due to lack of proper maintenance of vehicles. Pollution caused by vehicles can be reduced, when people should be discouraged to drive older vehicles that are polluting.

In this context, the Union Ministry of Road Transport has prepared the draft for the new scrappage policy to be implemented in the country soon. According to the information received from the media, the government may soon announce a new scrappage policy. What benefit or loss can you get from the new scrappage policy? Let us give you detailed information about this.

Actually, till now the process of scrappage was quite complex, which is now focused on making it easier. For your information, let us know that till now it was a difficult task to take the NOC from the RTO, the Ministry of Road Transport is going to bring a standard operating procedure soon to easily issue the same NOC. Also, a standard will be set for Scrappage Center.

In the new scrappage policy, states have been asked to levy separate road tax for new and old vehicles. According to the information, scrapped vehicles can be exempted from road tax. Under the new scrappage policy, vehicles older than 15 years will be asked to take a fitness certificate in every 6 months, and this rule will come into effect from 1 July 2020.

As you know, older vehicles cause a lot of pollution; so to discourage the purchase of 15-year-old vehicles, their registration renewals will be charged 20 times more. As for the renewal of small private car registration fees are charged at Rs 600, but in the new scrappage policy the fee is proposed to be Rs 15,000.

At the same time, the fee for registration renewals for commercial vehicles smaller than 7.5 tonnes is Rs 1,000, which is proposed to be Rs 20,000 in the new scrappage policy. At the same time, the fees for registration renewals for medium and heavy commercial vehicles are currently Rs 1,500, while in the new scrappage policy it is proposed to be Rs 40,000.

The government has now proposed to keep the scrap certificate transferable under the new scrappage policy. That is, if you scrap your old car and you do not buy a new car, but if you sell your old car, you can take advantage of its monitory. At the same time, if a 15-year-old vehicle is not registered under the new policy, it will not be considered a motor vehicle. At the same time, in the new policy, to control pollution in urban areas, the entry of old vehicles in the city has been banned.

According to the information, a rebate of up to Rs 50,000 is proposed in the new scrappage policy for selling a 10-year-old commercial vehicle and after purchasing a new vehicle. At the same time, a rebate of up to Rs 20,000 is proposed for the purchase of a new vehicle after selling a passenger vehicle 10 years old. At the same time, after buying a new vehicle after selling a 7-year-old two-wheeler and three-wheeler vehicle, you can get a rebate of up to Rs 5,000.

The draft of the new scrappage policy proposes to put a higher fitness certificate fee on older vehicles. At the same time, according to the new scrappage policy, it will now be easier to take the NOC for scraping old vehicles. If the old car has been scrapped then at the time of purchasing the new car you will not only get more discounts, but also will not have to pay the registration fee for buying the new car.

That is, it is clear that the Modi Government, which is concerned about air pollution, is taking every step that air pollution can be controlled. For this, while the government is encouraging people to scrap old vehicles, it is discouraging people to minimize the sale and purchase of old vehicles which are polluting.