BENGALURU: Of the more than 61 lakh vehicles plying in the city, 5.5 lakh (9 per cent) of vehicles are more than 15 years old, according to records of the transport department.
"New vehicles would be registered only after producing the proof afore-stated before the authority," the bench said.
Question raised in Lok Sabha on Fuel Emission Norms, 01/08/2016. BS-IV auto fuel supply has already been commenced in the areas covered in the first two phases.
ICRA Ltd Senior VP Subrata Ray said the impact of the scrappage programme could be limited owing to moderate level of incentive (8-12 per cent) being offered.
A year ago, carmakers in India were readying to go full throttle, helped by falling fuel prices, easing inflation and softening interest rates.
If you look at the carbon footprint that India has made ambitious reduction commitments for, these are based on fuel efficiency of vehicles – the Corporate Average Fuel Efficiency (CAFÉ) norms) – w
BENGALURU: Toyota Kirloskar Motor said it expects its vehicle sales to remain flat this fiscal hurt by a ban on sale of diesel vehicles with engine capacity more than 2,000 cc in Delhi NCR, one of
The maximum benefits of a fleet modernization program can be achieved by conducting a subsidized scrappage program along with early adoption of BS VI standards starting as soon as 2019.
Consumers will have to shell out more for power, fuel and cars in a few years as these industries begin to pass on the burden of technology upgrades being put in place for meeting increasingly stri
German luxury car maker Mercedes Benz today said in the long term to address pollution concerns India will have to go back to and adopt diesel technology.
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