Some rules regarding vehicles came into force from April 1, will affect the common man’s pocket


The new financial year 2023-24 has started in the country from tomorrow i.e. April 1. Along with this, many new changes are being implemented, which will definitely affect our lives somewhere. In this, many rules related to vehicles have also been changed, which will directly affect the common man’s pocket. It is very important for people driving vehicles like bike and car to know about the changed rules.

New BS-6 emission norms implemented

Let us tell you that the government has tightened the emission rules to reduce the pollution caused by vehicles. Till March 31, the first phase of BS-VI i.e. India Stage 6 emission norms was going on in the country. The second phase of these rules i.e. Phase-2 has come into force from 1 April. From today, car and bike dealers will be able to sell only updated vehicles as per the new rules.

5 to 15 percent increase in toll rate

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has increased the toll rate from 5 to 15 percent. The increase in toll rate has been done on the basis of wholesale pricing index. Toll fee has been increased on more than 500 highways and about 18 expressways across the country.

E20 fuel will be available at petrol pumps

From April 1, ethanol blended petrol has started being available from fuel pumps in many states across the country. E20 gasoline contains 80 percent gasoline, while 20 percent is ethanol. Ethanol is a biofuel. Which is prepared from crops like sugarcane or maize. The use of ethanol will reduce the dependence on import of the fuel.

Old vehicles will be closed

The plan proposed in Budget 2023 to phase out old government vehicles will be implemented in the new financial year. The Central and State Governments will phase out their old government vehicles. New vehicles will replace old vehicles, including electric vehicles.

vehicles will become expensive

Buying a vehicle has become costlier from the first day of the new financial year. From April 1, many companies including Maruti Suzuki, Honda, Tata Motors, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Toyota, Audi have decided to increase the prices of their cars. According to experts, the price of cars of different companies may increase by up to Rs 50,000. Hero MotoCorp is also increasing the prices of bikes and scooters from April 1 depending on the model and variant.

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