Odisha Sets Up e-Detection Portal To Track Vehicles Running Without Proper Documentation

Bhubaneswar: Odisha has created an e-detection platform to monitor and curb the number of vehicles travelling on state and federal highways without valid documentation.

“The portal’s goal is to gather information from numerous toll booths along national routes. NHAI toll gates have been integrated with the portal in its initial phase. Later, data will also be gathered from the industrial and mining sectors. According to Wednesday’s announcement from Joint Commissioner of Transport (Technical), Dipti Ranjan Patra, “the information will be gathered, examined, and detailed in the Vahan site, and automatic challans will be generated against vehicles operating without proper documentation.

A significant number of vehicles are operating without proper documentation, according to sample data gathered from toll gates located on national highways, prompting the creation of this effort. The information will be gathered in accordance with the FASTag’s data retrieval and photographs taken as a vehicle passes through a toll gate.

Patra added that quick information will notify car owners and aid in lowering mortality and traffic accidents. If an unfortunate occurrence or accident occurs, the owner of the concerned vehicle or the victim will not be eligible to file an insurance claim if such documents are invalid.

He asked the owners of the vehicles to maintain the vehicle records up to date. “All automobile owners must abide by the regulations set forth in the Motor Vehicle Act of 1988 in order to reduce accidents. To avoid fines, vehicle owners must also make sure they have all the required paperwork.

Beginning on January 1, 2023, the transportation department intends to implement e-detection on public highways.

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