Indian government makes it mandatory for automakers to declare emission details

The Indian government has amended Form 22 of the Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1989

Overdrive October 19, 2016 13:43:20 IST
Indian government makes it mandatory for automakers to declare emission details

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has made it mandatory for all automobile manufacturers to provide the emission details of every vehicle from April 1, 2017. The Form 22 of the Central Motor Vehicles Act, 1989 has been amended by MoRTH which is used by automobile manufacturers to submit the initial certificate of compliance with respect to pollution standards, safety standards of components quality and road worthiness certificate for all vehicles.

In an official statement MoRTH has stated that the Form 22 will now...

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