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Old 11th October 2009, 14:08   #16
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This is the current road map as per GOI policy, they are just following it.

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Does this also mean that one would not be able to sell their BSII cars after April 2010 or is this applicable only for new car sales only.
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Does this also mean that one would not be able to sell their BSII cars after April 2010 or is this applicable only for new car sales only.
I beleive that is for new car registrations. When you are selling a car, it is a transfer. I may be wrong though.
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Does this also mean that one would not be able to sell their BSII cars after April 2010 or is this applicable only for new car sales only.
I am sure you can sell your used bsII BSI or even cars befor BSI came into effect. This is applicable only for new cars that you buy from a showroom. Even true value and other used car dealers will be able to sell all cars irrespective of BSI BSII or BSIII.
Simply put these regulations are applicable only for new cars not used cars.
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Selling within the same state is never a problem because no re-registration is involved.

Inter-state transfers will a problem. I recently transferred my BS-II vehicle from B'lore to Kolkata. The ARTO officer in Kolkata was complaining about the BS-II . He said it should be BS-III , but finally agreed to re-register the vehicle.

I believe that in delhi anything less than BS-III is not allowed - there was also a supreme court ruling on this.

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