The Odisha government plans to implement an e-detection portal on national highways beginning January 1, 2023, to keep track of vehicles travelling without valid documents.
To drive on the road, a vehicle must have valid documents such as a registration certificate, fitness certificate and permit if it is a transport vehicle, insurance, and a Pollution Under Control Certificate (PUCC) for all vehicles, as well as a driver’s licence for all vehicle drivers.
To drive on public roads, vehicles must have valid documents such as a registration certificate, a fitness certificate, insurance, and a pollution under control certificate (PUCC). Aside from that, the drivers or riders must have valid driver’s licences. However, many vehicles are driving on Odisha’s highways without valid documents, according to the STA after analysing data from various toll gates.
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