The State Transport Authority has given a three months time period to vehicle owners to fix the HSRPs on old vehicles before enforcement is undertaken by the Transport Department and State police.
The Odisha Government has made the tamper-proof high-Security Registration plates (HSRPs) mandatory all classes of old vehicles that were registered before Aprile 2019. The HSRP on old vehicles affixed by vehicles manufactures through their authorised dealers only to control and check the substandard material, the state transport authority said.
The deadline for affixing HSRP for vehicles carrying Odisha registration mark and registration number ending 1 and 2 is August 31, according release.
It is September 31 registration number ending with 3 and 4, October 31 for registration number ending with 5 and 6, November 31 registration number ending with 7 and 8 and December 31 for registration ending with 9 and 10 the STA said.
A Fine will be imposed in the range of 5,000 or 10,000 under the Motor vehicles act after the respective deadline ends.