There will be no sale and registration of BS-IV vehicles in the country from April 1, 2020. At the same time, the Central Government has already said three years ago that BS-6 standards will be implemented by 2020, moving beyond the BS-5 standards. The Government of India, in the year 2000, adopted BS European standard 'Bharat Stage', adopting Standard European norms in Indian conformity. It is the standard for the emission of pollution from vehicles. Central Pollution Control Board under the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change fixes it for vehicles.
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It is worth noting that the smoke emanating from BS-3 vehicles is very dangerous for our health, while BS-4 is also not less. The smoke emanating from them gives rise to many diseases, such as eye irritation, nasal irritation, headache, lung disease, and vomiting. BS-5 and BS-6 fuels contain equal amounts of toxic sulfur. While BS-IV fuels contain 50 ppm (parts per million) sulfur, both BS-5 and BS-6 fuels contain 10 ppm of sulfur. Therefore the government decided to bring BS-6 directly after BS-4.
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Apart from this, keep in mind that changing the new engine and electrical wiring in BS-6 vehicles can increase the price of vehicles by 15%. BS-6 will increase the engine capacity of vehicles. The result of this will be that cars will give more than 100 kilometers of mileage in 4.1 liters. Vehicle manufacturers will not be able to fake mileage.
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