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Govt. issues new rules for foreign registered vehicles

If the vehicle documents are in a language other than English, then an authorized English translation must be attached.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MorTH) has announced new rules for foreign registered vehicles plying on Indian roads.

As per the revised rules, non-transport or personal vehicles registered in other countries shall carry a valid registration certificate, a valid driving license or international driving permit (whichever is applicable), a valid insurance policy and a valid pollution under control certificate (PUC), if applicable in the origin country.

If the said documents are in a language other than English, then an authorized English translation, duly authenticated by the issuing authority must be attached along with the original documents. The rules also state that the vehicles cannot be used to transport passengers or goods within the Indian territory.

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