Have you installed HSRP on your vehicle? Read its benefits now

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If you drive a vehicle without this number plate, you may have to fill a huge challan. The Delhi government is now home delivery of this special registration plate, yet many people have not yet installed HSRP in the vehicles.

High security registration plate (HSRP) has been made mandatory on all vehicles in the country’s capital Delhi. If you drive a vehicle without this number plate, you may have to fill a huge challan. The Delhi government is now home delivery of this special registration plate, yet many people have not yet installed HSRP in the vehicles. Actually people do not know the specialty of this registration plate. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about the features of HSRP that keep your vehicle safe.

Characteristic of HSRP: HSRP is made of aluminum, on which a hologram has also been placed. A circle is made on this plate as well as India will be written in English in blue in the middle on the left side on the number plate. In addition, there will be a seven-digit ID number on the number plate. The corner of this number plate will be round. Numbers will be written with a laser on it.

Why HSRP is important: If you talk about old number plates then it is very easy to tamper with them and they can be easily replaced. Usually, the first registration plate is changed after stealing the vehicle. Once the number plate is replaced, the vehicle cannot be traced easily. It is not possible to prevent vehicle theft incidents with old number plates, but there is no such problem with HSRP.

Vehicle thieves may not tamper with HSRP. In fact, the registration mark, chromium-based hologram stickers in it have been prepared in such a way that it will deteriorate when trying to remove them. The stickers on it will have information including the registration number of the vehicle, registered authority, laser branded permanent number, engine, and chassis number. With this number plate, not only will your vehicles be safer than ever before, but the government will be able to monitor them easily.

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