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Government Proposed New Rules For Used Car/Bikes Business

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The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways proposes new rules and regulations for second-hand cars and bikes to dealers to strengthen accountability in the selling process. 

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Government Said 

 "In the current ecosystem, many issues were being faced during the transfer of a vehicle to the subsequent transferee such as disputes in regard to third party damage liabilities, difficulty in determination of defaulter, etc."

The New Rule Suggest

1. The respective car businesses and dealers will have to get an authorized certificate from the registering authorities that will be valid for five years. It is the first and essential step to running the second-hand car business.

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The New Rule Suggest

2. The used car dealers will no more be able to drive the vehicles on the road except for the test drives for potential customers. However, they will be permitted to keep basic maintenance and paint jobs.

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The New Rule Suggest

3. The old owner will not be associated with the new owner, and the dealers must update the new owner's details to the government authorities.

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As per the resources, the new rules and regulations will be implemented across the country by the end of the year as an essential part of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR). 

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