While this can have wide ramifications for the car modification/accessories industry, owners of the vehicle need not worry much. Society needs proper implementation of rules. Click on the Menu icon of the browser, it opens up a list of options. The official Supreme Court order on the latest hearing is expected to be released today, Honda Activa 20th Anniversary Edition Launched In India; Prices Start At Rs. The apex court declared that over 17,000 vehicles sold were not registered with the VAHAN portal. Awaiting final orders for more details. In addition to which can function independently under the guidance of NALSA or can be handed over to MCPC. 1) You can change the colour of the vehicle as the SC has said that changing the color of the vehicle depending on the customer’s will not deter a vehicle from getting registered. (5) The actual benefit to the recipients will be more (with Annuity Certificates). Krishna Murthi v. The New India Insurance said that in order to dispose of the cases of the motor vehicle, there is a need to set up the mediation authority. The section 52 of the Motor Vehicles Act 1988 notifies about the alterations in motor vehicles. According to the reports submitted by FADA, the dealers who are members of the entity have sold 94,000 BS4 vehicles. (3) Insurance sector costs (as a payout) will reduce. Awaiting final orders for more details. The judgment by a bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Vineet Saran said in its verdict - "No vehicle can be altered so as to change original specification made by the manufacturer. The Dealers Association had requested the Supreme Court to allow the registration of BS4 compliant vehicles, which was left unregistered due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdown. Here’s what the judgment says about altering the tyres -"amended with the purpose to prohibit alteration of vehicles in any manner, including change of tyres of higher capacity, keeping in view road safety and protection of the environment". BS4 Cars, Scooters, Motorcycles registrations allowed by Supreme Court. The court said that the additional vehicles that had been sold during these 10 days will not be registered. It was also brought to the notice of the Court that trial courts were releasing the vehicles confiscated under the Excise Act by following the impugned judgment and thereby defeating the basic purpose of Excise Act. Supreme Court allows registration of BS4 vehicles sold before lockdown. Our Appeal was accepted. According to the provision of the Act, 'alteration' means a change in the structure of a vehicle. A Bench of Justice P. Sathasivam and Justice Ranjan Gogoi granted the stay on an appeal from the Delhi Government challenging the judgment which held that trial courts could exercise the power under Section 451 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and release the vehicles involved in transportation of illicit liquor. It gave the responsibility for the implementation of the government as they think fit. The apex court actually sets aside a judgment of a division bench of the Kerala High Court, which earlier said that the structural alteration was permissible as per the provisions of the Kerala Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989. 2) Minor fitments that door protectors, decals, rain guard can be added. Subscribe to The Hindu now and get unlimited access. The Facts of the case:- 66,316, Mahindra First Choice Services To Become A Subsidiary Of TVS Automobile Solutions, 38-Year-Old Ferrari Converted In To A Powerful Electric Vehicle, Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran To Ride The Jawa Forty Two In His Next Movie 'Cold Case', MG Motor India And Tata Power Set Up Agra's First Superfast EV Charger, Maserati To Electrify Entire Line-Up In Next 5 Years: CEO, F1: Watch Bahrain's Hyperfast Outer Circuit, F1: Ross Brawn Believes Mick Schumacher Will Shine In 2021, British Morris J-type Van Re-Imagined As The Morris JE Electric, Aprilia SXR 160 Production Begins In India Ahead Of Launch, GMC Hummer EV To Come With Autonomous Technology, 2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Lamborghini Revealed, BMW X5 M Competition Performance SUV Launched In India; Priced At Rs. In its appeal, FADA had asked the Supreme Court to allow registration of vehicles that were sold in Delhi before April 1, and taxes were also paid but did not receive the registration certificate or RC, due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resultant lockdown.