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Delhi's Odd-Even Rule - Your Vehicle Calendar for Driving & Parking

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The Odd - Even rule has been implemented and now in its second day and we understand there are certain practical difficulties in planning your trip.  It’s pretty easy to apply the odd even rule with basic understanding of number.

We are helping you with a excel based calendar which help you to understand when to Park your vehicle and when to Drive.

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What's this 'odd-even' rule?

On even dates, only cars with license plates ending with an even number will be allowed to be on the road, and on odd dates, cars with license plates ending with an odd number will be allowed.

Let's say on dates ending with 0,2,4,6 and 8, you can only drive a vehicle whose vehicle registration number ends with an even digit such as DL-XX-XXX4. And on odd dates, you can drive vehicles whose registration number ends with odd digit. For example, DL-XX-XX3.

When does the Odd-Even Rule start and end?

The first pilot will start from 01-Jan-16 to 15-Jan-16, from 08:00 am to 08:00 pm.

What if you get caught at this time?

Rs.2000/- is the fine which you need to pay.

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