PUC is an acronym for ‘Pollution Under Control’. This certification validates that a vehicle has successfully undergone the PUC test as specified by the mandatory law. The certificate vets that the emissions passed from the vehicles meet standard pollution requirements and do not pollute the environment as a whole. A valid certificate on the current date is a mandatory stipulation for every vehicle owner to carry every time.
Why it is mandatory to have a PUC certificate?
Well, apart from the mandatory legal requirements like a valid driving license, valid insurance, it is important to have a PUC certificate of your vehicle because:
The environment needs it- Have you ever heard the food chain concept? If not, we would recommend to Google it, you will come to know how mankind is disturbing the subtle food chain with the carbon dioxide emissions released by the cars and vehicles running on the road. It’s hard to blame who is responsible for it: cutting of trees, rapid urbanisation, or a false swag.
Global warming- After garnering the title of the developing city, it seems India doesn’t lag behind in contributing towards global warming (a process that is causing serious illness among toddlers and young ones alike). Oil and gas used in transportation are the major factors contributing to it.
Old vehicles- The exponential growth of vehicle population and dominance of old vehicles running on the Indian roads is a major contributor towards the pollution. Hence, to curtail the aggressive level of pollution, the government of India has finally issued a PUC certificate that every vehicle owner has to carry with him/her.
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