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  • Besides noise pollution, which on Indian roads has become a major problem, there is the eternal problem of emission, that is not only creating unsavoury conditions for drivers on the road, but is also detrimental to our atmosphere.
  • Every vehicle must be driven in such a manner that smoke, visible vapours, sparks, ashes or oily substances are not emitted.
  • From the time that a car completes one year, a PUC (Pollution Under Control) check has to be undertaken every six months by all car owners. This can be done at several agencies authorised by the State government.It is abligatory to carry the PUC certificate (in original) while driving. The punishment for a pollution related offence is a fine of Rs.1000.
  • Smoke emitted by vehicles is the main cause of pollution - it causes several diseases such as bronchitis, asthma etc.
Causes of Pollution
Petrol Engines
Diesel Engines
Faulty Carburettor Incorrect injection and pump timing
Choked Air filter Defective Nozzle
Defective choke Choked air filter / exhaust system
Poor engine compression Poor engine compression
Adulterated Petrol Adulterated Diesel

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