Delhi government sets fee of Rs. 500 for issuing speed limit device certificates


The new regulations lower the cost of speed limit certificates by a good margin.

The Delhi Department of Transportation has set the fee for issuing speed limit certificates at 500. This decision will be of great benefit to thousands of commercial vehicle owners in the nation’s capital. The report says the new order will affect around four lakh of passenger vehicles in Delhi. The new regulations lower the cost of speed limit certificates by a good margin.

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The Department of Transport used to charge between 2,500 and 3,000 for issuing the same thing. In its order earlier this week, the Transportation Department noted that various cruise control manufacturers, dealers and authorized vendors charge an “exorbitant amount” for issuing speed limiter certificates. The ministry then capped the fees at a maximum of 500 for issuing these certificates.

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The report quotes Chandu Chaurasia, president of the Capital Drivers Welfare Association, as saying that the move will benefit around four lakhs of commercial vehicles. “We raised this issue that we have to pay between Rs 2,500 and Rs 3,000 for these certificates. I thank the Ministry of Transport and Minister of Transport Kailash Gahlot for this decision,” he added.


Current regulations require commercial vehicles to carry a certificate stating that the vehicle has been fitted with cruise control, a device that limits the maximum speed to 80 km / h. Not only the goods, but the device are also mandatory in taxis and other fleet vehicles. The government has mandated speed governors with the aim of reducing accidents and improving road safety.

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