New Delhi: Motorists will now have to shell out more for getting pollution check on their vehicles with Delhi Government on Friday hiking the fees by almost double.

As per new rates, Rs 60 will be charged for checking of pollution level in a two or three wheeler instead of current Rs 30, said a Transport department official.

Checking of pollution level in four wheelers run on petrol, CNG and LPG will cost Rs 80 instead of current Rs 45 while Rs 100 will be charged for diesel propelled vehicles against existing Rs 60.

Government has also decided to put security holograms on pollution under control certificates (PUC).

"Motorists are advised to ensure that the PUCs they receive from the authorised Pollution Checking Centres carry distinctive holograms," said the official.