In today's world, people have become more concerned about their vehicles than before. Vehicle theft is increasing every day. Sometimes thieves leave the vehicle but steal all its parts. So the government is going to take a big step. to reduce these theft cases. QR codes will be required in all the vehicles that will be manufactured after October. The Union Road Transport Ministry will issue instructions to all vehicle manufacturers in September. Let's know the full details
This code will not be visible in general but can be viewed and tested with the help of ultra-violate rays. This will help in identifying the vehicle with its owner.
For your information, more than 2.5 lakh vehicles are stolen every year in the country. If a part of one vehicle is stolen and transferred to another vehicle after the system comes into force, the theft will be caught. This will eliminate the theft of vehicle parts. Currently, parts other than the engine and chassis cannot be identified. This is because these are the two parts that contain numbers. The manufacturer will print the QR code on expensive parts of vehicles since this rule comes into force. In which the number of engines and chassis will also be recorded. The vehicle owner, as well as the chassis and engine number, are recorded when registering after the sale of any vehicle.
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