The deadline extension comes after the Union Department of Roads and Highways ordered all states to increase the validity of required documents for vehicles

According to the ANI news agency, the government of Delhi has extended the validity of necessary vehicle-related documents such as driver’s license, registration certificate and others, which expire on September 30th, to November 30th.

So don’t worry if your driver’s license and other vehicle documents expire on September 30th. The Delhi government has extended the validity of all vehicle documents and permits until November 30th this year.

The extension comes after the Union Department of Roads and Highways ordered all states to increase the validity of required documents for vehicles.

Cases of heavy crowding have been reported in various driver license centers, according to the notification from the Delhi Ministry of Transport. That’s why they have extended the deadline.

Various field offices have reported that a large number of applicants for various services are appearing, as the validity of various documents will expire on September 30, 2021.

“Although. The situation has almost returned to normal, but reasonable precautions are needed to avoid a recurrence of a COVID pandemic-like situation and for this reason it is suggested that the validity of the documents issued by the Ministry of Transport be between February 1st expired, 2020, and September 30, 2021, possibly extended by two months, i.e. until November 30, 2021. However, vehicles on the road should have a PUCC to ensure pollution, “the statement said.

However, the extension would not be valid for pollution certificates. Car owners need to have their vehicles checked as a lack of a valid certificate would result in a 10,000 fine or a three-month suspension of DL or up to three years in prison.

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