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Inspection clinic for petrol vehicles

MUMBAI: Increase in vehicle population and the absence of a maintenance culture has added to the problem of pollution and safety, Mr K.K. Gandhi, Senior Advisor, Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) said.

As periodic emission check of in-use vehicles is the single most effective method for controlling pollution, SIAM along with the Transport Department have launched a three-day inspection and maintenance (I&M) clinic for petrol passenger cars and two-whee lers in the city.

The I&M clinic is expected to conduct free emission tests, manual safety checks and issue Government-authorised PUC certificates. -- Our Bureau

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