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The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on 3rd August 2022, published the Central Motor Vehicles (Eleventh Amendment) Rules, 2022 to further amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.

There is increasing interest in hybrid vehicles globally and India is no exception. With passenger car CO2 standards expected to become more stringent in the coming years, manufacturers are likely to turn to 48V hybrids for the Indian market, as is already happening in Europe.

The Ministry of Road Transport on 4th July 2022 has published the Central Motor Vehicles (Draft Amendment) Rules, 2022.

Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has published a draft notification dated 5.5.2022 regarding amendments in certain provisions of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1989 pertaining to the Trade Certificate. A Trade Certificate is required only in case of vehicles which are neither registered nor temporarily registered.

Rapid growth of private vehicle ownership in emerging economies like India has serious implications on its existing transport infrastructure, future energy demands and emission reduction targets.

Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued the draft notification, GSR 172 (E), dated 4th March 2022 pertaining to Motor Vehicles (Registration and Functions of Vehicle Scrapping Facility Amendment) Rules, 2022.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways vide notification dated 23rd February, 2022 has issued the Central Motor Vehicles (Third Amendment) Rules, 2022. On and after six months from the date of commencement of the Central Motor Vehicles (Third Amendment) Rules, 2022, Special Purpose Vehicle, viz.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on February 15, 2022 has issued the Central Motor Vehicles (Second Amendment) Rules, 2022 to further amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989. This has come into force on February 15, 2022.

The Ministry of Transport and Highways of January 14, 2022 has issued the Central Motor Vehicles (……………Amendment) Rules, 2022 to further amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.

Owners of cars that are more than 15 years old will have to shell out eight times more money to renew their registration, according to a notification issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, as the Centre prepares ground to phase out old and polluting vehicles in line with the national vehicle scrappage policy.

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