High-security number plate (HSRP), which has been a topic of discussion in the country for a long time, has been made mandatory in Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh if you have not yet installed HSRP High-Security Number Plate (HSRP) in your car or two-wheeler. , Then you will have to pay a fine of Rs 5,500 from today on 15 April. However, if you have a booking slip, which you have received after applying online for HSRP, you can avoid paying the challan.
Let me tell you, many people in the district have done online booking and have to wait for two to three months. Those who have made online booking are advised to carry the registration slip given by the application while driving. Because the challan will not be issued by the police on showing the slip.
What is HSRP: HSRP is a hologram sticker in which the engine and chassis numbers of the vehicle are entered and pasted on the vehicle's number plate. This high-security number plate is designed for the safety and convenience of the vehicle. Which cannot be easily removed once applied to the vehicle.
What is the difference between HSRP and old plate: The main objective of HSRP is to prevent theft of vehicles. Vehicle thieves tamper with the number plate when stealing a vehicle, but this HSRP made of aluminum cannot be changed. The reason for this is that this plate has a hologram of blue Ashoka Chakra made of chromium metal which enhances its safety. Also, the numbers on the plate are protruding on the outside.
If you live in Noida-Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, or Hapur, apply today to have a High-Security Registration Plate (HSRP) on your car. Otherwise, you will have to pay a fine of Rs 5500.