BS3 standard Vehicles The people who purchased BS3 standard Vehicles faced difficulties to register their vehicles, Accor. ding to the orders of the Apex Court, the sales of BS3 ‘Was sto m April 1. R”E” Bss standard vehicles offering huge discounts on March 30 and 31 assuring registrations.
BS3 standard Vehicles BS3 vehicles fail to get registration
But the transport department was refusing to register the vehicles which is forcing the purchasers to put the vehicles off the road.The people are seeking registration of BS3 vehicles giving exemption. BS or Bharat Stage was based on European regulation and was first introduced in the year 2000 and progressively stringent norms have been rolled out with the latest being implementation of Bharat Stage 4 on all vehicles effective from April 1.
The BS-3 was introduced in the year 2005 and was implemented in 15 cities overall and by 2010 the nation-wide implementation of BS-3 was complet BHARATSTAGE was based on European regulation and was first introduced in the year 2000 and progressively stringent norms have been rolled out with the latest being implementation of Bharat Stage-4 on all Vehicles effective from April 1 this year.
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G. Ramana and others said that the dealers assured about registra tion. Hence, they purchased bikes but despite RaRii:80’ERNER no temporary registration NAGYRFF RGGRANGAN from using their new bikes and their money stuck without use. They lament. ed that the showrooms and dealers are still assuring about registration, but it seems a mirage. So the government should inter. vene in the matter and make arrangements for registration to use BS3 vehicles, The sellers are lamenting that on March 30 and 31, online server did not work due to overloading, so they failed to do temporary registrations. They added that as many as 1,000 BS3 two-wheelers were waiting for registration in Guntur district.
They have taken the issue to the notice of the transport department but in vain as the department is refusing to register follow. ing the Apex Court orders. Deputy transport commissioner G.C. Rajaratnam said that the depar ment had taken the issue to the notice of transport commissionerate office and waiting for orders.