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AAP govt relief for seized vehicles | Delhi News – Times of India

New Delhi: Delhi government on Monday waived custody charges till September 30 on vehicles impounded by the transport department and the traffic police, providing relief to hundreds of vehicle owners in the city. In an order, the transport department said in view of the Covid situation and an advisory issued by the Centre on June 17, parking/custody charges imposed under Rule 16 of Delhi Maintenance and Management of Parking Rules 2019 are waived off.
The order will be valid till September 30.
In its June 17 advisory to states, the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways had suggested extending the validity of various kinds of motor vehicle documents like driving licenses, fitness test and registration certificates, that could not be renewed due to lockdown, up to September 30.
Vehicles impounded for any violations of the Motor Vehicles Act are slapped with custody charges if their owners do not get them released within 48 hours. PTI

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