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Chandigarh begins affixing colour-coded fuel stickers on vehicles
Chandigarh begins affixing colour-coded fuel stickers on vehicles

The Chandigarh Administration has begun the process of affixing colour coded stickers on vehicles in the city. The colour-coded or fuel stickers are an identification mark for the type of fuel the vehicle uses. As per the directions of the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the affixation of High

HSRP & Colour-Coded Fuel Stickers Demand Waiting Period Till March 2021: Report
HSRP & Colour-Coded Fuel Stickers Demand Waiting Period Till March 2021: Report

The Delhi transport department said it will continue its enforcement drive against the violators driving in Delhi without high-security registration plates (HSRP) on their vehicles.

How to get high-security plates, fuel-type stickers: Fines, online process & more explained
How to get high-security plates, fuel-type stickers: Fines, online process & more explained

The transport department had issued a public notice in October asking vehicle owners to get HSRP (high-security plates) and colour-coded stickers affixed, warning of launching a drive to catch violators.

HSRP home delivery system to have live tracking facility, says Delhi transport minister
HSRP home delivery system to have live tracking facility, says Delhi transport minister

HSRPs are hologram plates made with a laser-branded permanent identification number, which cannot be copied. The colour-coded stickers are meant to identify vehicles based on their fuel type.

To end chaos at vehicle dealer outlets, Delhi govt to soon home-deliver HSRPs
To end chaos at vehicle dealer outlets, Delhi govt to soon home-deliver HSRPs

The Delhi government will soon start home delivering high-security registration plates (HSRP) and fuel stickers for vehicles registered in the national capital, senior transport officials said Thursday.