With the capital set to implement the odd-even scheme next week, Indraprastha Gas Ltd today said it will issue special stickers for CNG-run vehicles at its select fuel outlets.
Private vehicles being run on CNG have been exempt from the 5-day 'odd-even' scheme beginning Monday under which cars will be allowed on roads based on whether their number plates are odd or even.
In a statement, IGL said the CNG stickers issued by it in the previous two rounds of odd-even would be valid.
"For the convenience of those driving CNG cars, not having authorized stickers, IGL would be issuing stickers from 2 pm to 10 pm daily from Friday, November 10, 2017 onwards at 23 select CNG stations," it said.
IGL said original vehicle Registration Certificate (RC) having CNG endorsement and valid hydrotest certificate/valid compliance plate would have to be shown for getting the sticker for exemption from odd-even rule.
The sticker will be pasted on the windshield of the CNG- run vehicles.
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