As per the notification dated 6th December 2018 of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways it is compulsory to have High Security Number Plate on motor vehicles with effect from 1.4.2019. You can apply for High Security Number Plate by using the website of bookmyhsrp.com. If you want to avail the service at your home through home delivery, you can get it by paying a small amount of fee for it.
Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) mandated all vehicles to have a high security registration plate (HSRP) that have been sold before April 2019. Delhi Transport Department began fining the vehicles without HSRP and colour-coded fuel stickers. The violators should be fined Rs 10,000 under the amended Motor Vehicle Act, but the fine has been compounded to Rs 5,500.
The steps to apply for High Security Registration Plate online are explained here:
Step 1: Visit the Website Bookmyhsrp.com
The following Menu will open
Step 2: Click on High Security Registration Plate with Colour Sticker or
Step 3: Select Vehicle Make
Step 4: Select State DL or UP (Delhi or UP)
Step 5: Select Private Vehicle (Non Transport) or Commercial Vehicle
Step 6: Select Fuel type and click on Vehicle picture
The following Menu will Open
Step 7: Fill the Required information
Bharat Stage (BS) : Select Bharat stage from the menu. (BS3, BS4, BS6)
Vehicle Registration Date : Fill the Registration date of Vehicle
Vehicle Registration Number: Type Registration Number of Vehicle
Chassis No: Fill Chassis Number of Vehicle
Engine No: Fill Engine Number of Vehicle
Owner Name : Fill Name of Owner
Email ID: Fill your Email ID
Owner No: Fill Mobile Number of Owner
Billing Address: Fill your address
State: Select State from the List
City: Fill your City
GST NO. Fill GST number if applicable
Step 8: Click on Next
Step 9: Fill appointment Slot (Select date and time for appointment)
Step 10: Verify Booking Summary
Step 11: Select payment option and make payment
After making payment you will get a customer receipt with a validity period. You can use this receipt to avoid traffic fine till fixing of the number plate or expiry of validity period.
1. Short title and commencement:-
(1) This Order may be called as the Motor Vehicles (High Security Registration Plates) Order, 2018.
(2) It shall come into force on the 1st day of April, 2019.
3. Application. -This Order shall apply to motor vehicles as defined in clause (28) of section 2 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (59 of 1988).
4. A vehicle manufacturer shall comply with the following procedure in regard to High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) for a new vehicle to be sold on or after 1st April, 2019 namely:-
(a) The type approved High Security Registration Plates including the third registration mark, shall be supplied by the vehicle manufacturers to their dealers, who shall place a mark of registration on such plates and affix them on the automobiles.
(b) A manufacturer of the motor vehicles shall ensure that the requisite infrastructure required for placing the mark of registration on the security licence plates and printing the third registration plate are available with their dealers.
(c) The cost of high security registration plate and its affixture on the vehicle after placing the mark of registration shall be included in the price of the new vehicle and no additional or itemised cost shall be charged from the vehicle purchaser by the dealer for the same.
5. (i) For the affixation of HSRP on existing vehicles, the high security registration plate including the third registration mark may be supplied and affixed by the dealers of the vehicle manufacturers after placing the mark of registration thereon.
(ii) The manufacturers or suppliers of high security registration plates, if so authorised by the state concerned, may also supply the high security registration plate including the third registration mark on old vehicles after placing the registration mark.
6. A manufacturer of the motor vehicles and their dealers or the manufacturers or suppliers of high security registration plates shall comply with the following specifications, namely: -
(i) The high security registration plates shall have a certificate from the Central Road Research Institute, New Delhi or any one of the testing agencies authorised by the Central Government under rule 126 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.
(ii) The Registration Plate shall conform to the specifications spelt out in rule 50 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.
(iii) The Registration Plate shall be guaranteed for imperishable nature for a period mentioned in rule 50 of the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 and in case of damage or withering due to natural usage before such period, it shall be replaced by the motor vehicles manufacturer or their dealers in respect of vehicles mentioned under para 4 above, or the licence plate manufacturer or suppliers or their dealers, as the case may be, in other cases.
(iv) The replacement for any existing registration plate may be made by the motor vehicles dealers or the authorised high security registration plate manufacturer or supplier, only after ensuring that the old plate has been surrendered and destroyed.
(v) (a) To protect against counterfeiting, a chromium-based hologram of the size 20 mm x 20 mm shall be applied by hot stamping on the top left-hand corner of the plate in both front and rear plates.
(b) The hologram shall contain CHAKRA in blue colour as specified in the Annexure appended to this Order.
(vi) The permanent identification number of minimum 10 digits shall be laser branded into the reflective sheeting on the bottom left-hand side of the registration plate with the letter size being 5 mm:
Provided that the permanent consecutive identification number shall be preceded by two alphabets representing the name of the vendor or the manufacturer or the supplier, as the case may be, for whom the type approval certificate shall be issued by the test agencies:
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