States issues rules for vehicle fitness centres

Ahmedabad Mirror | 1 week ago | 24-06-2022 | 06:00 am

States issues rules for vehicle fitness centres

The state government has issued regulations for setting up vehicle fitness centres. The centres will be in public, private partnership (PPP) mode and one applicant can apply for a maximum of 10 such centres. They will issue fitness certificates to vehicles which are more than 15 years old.A committee headed by the Transport commissioner will review the applications and give the nod for setting up the centres. The applicant should either own land or should have a lease period of 10 years.The centres will collect fees as per provisions of Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989. The state has decided not to take any share from the fees, State Transport Minister Purnesh Modi said. If a person is not satisfied with the fitness centre’s certificate he can appeal to the Regional Transport commissioner. The committee which will issue permission for fitness centres will have financial consultant ports and transport department, officer on special duty, assistant regional transport commissioner and motor vehicle inspector as members.

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