If you have a car, it is important to know that the government has made it mandatory for all vehicles in the country to have high security number plates. Failure to install these plates can result in a fine of up to Rs 10,000 under the New Motor Vehicles Act. This requirement also applies to bikes. Let’s take a look at the process of obtaining these plates.

What is HSRP?

HSRP stands for High-Security Registration Plate. It is an aluminum number plate that is installed at the front and rear of a vehicle. The HSRP has a blue chromium-based Ashoka Chakra hologram on the top left and a unique Laser-branded 10-digit PIN on the bottom left corner.

How to apply for HSRP number plate?

To apply for a new or replacement HSRP number plate, you can visit the official website of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM). You will need to provide details such as the vehicle registration number, chassis number, and engine number. Additionally, you will need a phone number that can receive a one-time password, an email ID, and a UPI ID or credit/debit card for online payments.

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  • The government has made it mandatory for all vehicles in the country to have high security number plates.

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  • Failure to install these plates can result in a fine of up to Rs 10,000 under the New Motor Vehicles Act.

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  • HSRP stands for High-Security Registration Plate, which is an aluminum number plate with a hologram and a unique PIN.

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  • To apply for an HSRP number plate, visit the official website of SIAM and provide the necessary details.

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