JUST MARRIED ON CAR MERCEDES-BENZ, COMPLAINT REGISTERED IN KERALA
Just Married Written on Mercedes-Benz
Just Married Written on Mercedes-Benz, Complaint Registered in Kerala.
This informs through an online complaint to the MVD. The district police and the MVD department have begun to chase the Mercedes-Benz CLA 200, which used a ‘Just Married’ panel, not the conventional obligatory number plate.
On social media circuits, a clip of car-sharing. The allegation is that the luxury car in Palakkad’s, Yakkara area seems to ply along the highways. The car had the bride and groom seated and even a telephone number on the window. In addition, monitoring the car and its driver is still important for authorities.
According to sources, there are few such vehicles in the city, and the authorities are busy gathering their information. P. Sivakumar, an officer of the Palakkad Regional Transport Office (RTO), says that they have previously informed the same vehicle violated the law.
Manipulating the number plate registry is a major offense in India. As each vehicle must have a single plate with its local RTO registration number. To trace the car in the event of robbery or crime, they give a single number.
The registration number is attached to the name of the owner, number of the chassis, engine, etc. There are no two cars with the same number plate registration.
High-Security Registration Plate
The High-Security Registration Plate (HSRP) is set by the government to begin overtime. These modern registration plates are flaw-resistant and fitted with an unmistakable single-use bolt.
The Ashoka chakra and the letters with the inscription ‘India” are available with a hot-stamp chromium-based hologram number.
The plate identification number issues with a laser registration 10-digit permanent identifier number (PIN).
The front and rear number plates earn separate permanent identifying numbers.
Moreover, they are electronically bound to the car as it attaches to the vehicle.
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