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Old 6th July 2009, 16:53   #16
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I may be ridiculed for asking this question, but if any form of public advertising is subject to taxation, what about T shirts advertising something on them... e.g. what if I wear a T-shirt with Team-BHP - The Definitive Indian Car Community on the back??

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Old 6th July 2009, 21:51   #17
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Will somebody please quote a specific rule about this "no advertising on private vehicles" rule please?? The Kerala rules is very specific - RTO permission is required for ads on yellow board vehicles, not for private regisered vehicles.

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now a new rule will come saying a woman cannot sit next to a man while he is driving because she is too distracting

What will they do with womes sitting inside a man's mind?
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now a new rule will come saying a woman cannot sit next to a man while he is driving because she is too distracting
lame excuse for a rule.
In that case tell the cop you are gay (it's legal now) and you're not distracted by the woman.
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is this rule specific for mumbai or applicable over india? i mean what new ways can these people devise to fill their pockets ?
i am against anyone who have their front windshields fully tinted , or people who use BIIIGGG stickers on their rear glasses as it obstructs vision but what harm does a small team bhp sticker on the edge does ??!!
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Do not put TBHP stickers on any glass or on the number plates. Even the smallest sticker on the numberplate is illegal.
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Do not put TBHP stickers on any glass or on the number plates. Even the smallest sticker on the numberplate is illegal.
Yes! no stickers are allowed on the Number plate.
Also No. plate in regional languages are not allowed.

But people who use Political party logo and no.plate in regional languages are not even stopped ,except some case.
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Old 7th July 2009, 09:05   #22
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This doesn't make any sense as we have over 60% of vehicles with all kinds of stickers/ posters struck to their vehicles. Even the Volvo's are a the advertisements on their large windshields.

Having said this, I personally, like to keep the windshields clean. I have just the required stickers on the front windshield and whatever the dealer has struck on the rear, which in any doesn't obstruct my vision.
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Must be one of the most stupid rules I have heard of. Most of us have at least three stickers on the front wind shield - parking/entry at home, parking/entry at work, PUC. The dealer/service centre always try and stick one on the rear screen.

How many does Mr Pasricha's vehicle carry? Mumbaikars please educate us.
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Yesterday I saw few college guys in a esteem near Mithibai College driving dangerously on road opposit to the college, It had MUMBAI TRAFFIC POLICE sticker in the centre of frot wind shield.
Is it legal for any tom dick and harries to paste this stickers?
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Yesterday I saw few college guys in a esteem near Mithibai College driving dangerously on road opposit to the college, It had MUMBAI TRAFFIC POLICE sticker in the centre of frot wind shield.
Is it legal for any tom dick and harries to paste this stickers?
Definitely not and it's illegal , they can be fined if caught by the cops.
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Definitely not and it's illegal , they can be fined if caught by the cops.
Not only fined but directly to jail for this,
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Not only fined but directly to jail for this,
Well that solely depends on how deep your pockets are and how far your hands can stretch in the system .
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So accordingly to this article, if it comes as a rule, Sai Service Pune and Goa are to be fined first!

They have the biggest dealer sticker I have ever seen
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