Gurgaon Vehicle Owners get the High Security Registration Plate by online registration process and also at Regional Transport Office located at Mini Secretariat, Gurugram.
Gurgaon Traffic Police and Regional Transport Authority strictly enforce Rule 50 of Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 which specifies standardised Vehicle Registration plates across India. The design and features of the registration plates specific to different types of vehicles are defined in this Rule.
It is MANDATORY for all vehicles to have high security licence plates.
Haryana Transport Department and Delhi NCR transport follow strict enforcement since October 2018 and any vehicle on road without HSRP can be heavily challaned for non-compliance.
This had been done to minimise cases of vehicle theft as the HSRP helps in easier tracking of lost vehicles due to its inbuilt features like chromium based hologram, laser etched code or tamper proof snap locks.
Even though Supreme Court order of 2012 required all states and union territories to follow enforcement of the rule, a strict implementation has started from 2018.
When you buy a new vehicle in Gurgaon, your dealer will get all documentation ready for vehicle registration and request for new licence plate. The new licence plates for all vehicles sold after April 2018 by default get a high security registration plate issued by the Transport Authority.
You can easily check status of your HSRP online which will show the date and collection centre address where you can go to collect the plate.
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If you are running any vehicle or buying a pre-owned vehicle, it is required that you change your vehicle licence plates at the earliest.
For Vehicles registered in Gurgaon, Place your order online for High Security Registration Plates. These can be collected from the authorised centres in 15-20 days.
Link Utsav Collection Centres in Gurgaon
Online tracking for status can be done and licence plate can be picked from the centre easily
Many localities and societies also conduct regular drives in collaboration with RTO to enable registration for high security registration plate for vehicles. It could be helpful to check with your local RWAs or municipal councillor for recent updates in your neighbourhood.
If your vehicle does not have a High Security Registration Plate you can be fined Rs. 500 for non-compliance. So its better to be safe than sorry. Do not delay getting your High Security Registration Plate.