The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways proposed to formalize the movement of personal vehicles registered in other countries when entering or navigating Indian territory.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) on Thursday proposed to formalize the movement of personal vehicles registered in other countries when entering or cruising in Indian territory.

In a draft notice, the MoRTH said that under the rules for non-transportation vehicles between countries, the vehicle used in the Indian territory must have a valid registration certificate.

The vehicle must also have a valid insurance policy and a driver’s license or an international driver’s license, whichever is applicable.

According to the draft notice, if the documents are in a language other than English, an authorized English translation, duly certified by the issuing authority, must be enclosed with the original documents.

Motor vehicles registered in a country other than India are not allowed to carry local passengers and goods within the territory of India, it added.


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