The odd-even scheme will be implemented from 4th November to 15th November this year. The scheme will also include vehicles coming from other states and will be implemented on non-transport 4-wheeled vehicles. The scheme will be applicable from 8 am to 8 pm, except on Sundays. Violating the odd-even scheme will incur a fine of Rs 4000.
During the odd-even road rationing scheme, vehicles with registration numbers ending in an odd number are allowed to be driven on odd number dates and cars with registration numbers ending with an even number are allowed to be driven on even number dates. (Image: PTI File)
President of India, Vice President of India, Prime Minister of India, Governors of Indian states or UTs, Chief Justice of India, Speaker of Lok Sabha, union Ministers, Leaders of Opposition in Rajya Sabha & Lok Sabha, Chief Ministers of states and UTs (other than Delhi) will be exempt from the Odd-Even restrictions. However, Delhi CM and ministers will not be exempted. (Image: PTI File)
The Odd-Even restrictions will not apply during nights i.e. 8 pm to 8 am. It will also not applicable on Sundays. (Image: PTI File)
Vehicles carrying children in school uniform will be exempt from Odd-Even restriction, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has confirmed. Persons with disabilities will also be exempted from the rules of the Odd-Even scheme. (Image: PTI File)
Women drivers will be exempt from the restrictions. Women driving alone, cars having all women as occupants and women accompanied by children aged less than 12 years will be exempted. (Image: PTI File)
Two-wheelers will be exempt from the scheme. (Image: PTI File)