Northeastern States lagging CMVR implementation: FADA
Barring Assam, other northeastern States are lagging in implementing rules about paperless and online registration of vehicles
Guwahati: Barring Assam, other northeastern States are “lagging” in implementing rules about paperless and online registration of vehicles, an automobile dealers’ body claimed on Saturday.
It urged all States in the regions to expedite the implementation of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR) for these online services aimed at easing the procedure for customers as well as dealers. “While some States like Assam are doing commendable work in implementing CMVR, others are still lagging. It should be understood that the rules are framed to make it convenient for customers as well as for dealers,” Federation of Automobile Dealers’ Associations CEO Saharash Damani said at a press conference here.
Sharing the status of CMVR implementation in six northeastern States, he said Assam has achieved it in all six parameters, from online issues of registration marks to digitally granting trade licences to doing away with the need for vehicles to be inspected or documents to be sent to regional transport office (RTO).