In his budget speech, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced the vehicle scrap policy. The policy states that if a car is 15 years old or older, it will be scrapped to prevent pollution and increase fuel efficiency. In this case, the car will be inspected first. Every part of the car will be inspected to see if it is suitable for road use. If the car does not get the fit certificate, it will be declared void and scrap will be cut off. But there are also ways to avoid scraping.
According to the vehicle scrap policy, the registration of a vehicle is valid for 15 years. After that the car has to be taken to the RTO (Regional Transport Office) where it is registered. There every part of the car i.e. brakes, lights, indicators will all be checked. If the parts work properly, the car will be given a fit certificate. That means it can be used for another 5 years. After that the fitness test of the car will be done again.
The car parts do not work properly, it will be discarded. The car will then be scrapped. It is learned that this rule will be effective from April 1, 2022. Work has started to set up testing and scraping centers across the country for him.
This test will be done not by humans but by instruments. So testing a car can be more stringent. For example, if the light of a car's light is a little low, the computer will declare it fail. The car will no longer receive a fit certificate if any of the parts are declared canceled. Dateline