To avert the problems that You might have to face during the second phase of the odd-even scheme, let's go through the implication, rules and solutions we list here.

The rule defined by the state authority is based on the last digits of registration number of the four wheelers. According to rule, Car bearing registration numbers ending with an odd digit are entitled to move on odd dates,whereas the cars of even digits in the last of its registration numbers are eligible for movement on even dates .    

The second  Phase of this rule will begin from April 15 onwards. The rule will be effective between Monday-Saturday between 8 AM to 8 PM. You will have to bear a fine of Rs 2,000 if you will not follow the odd-even rule.

President of India, Vice-President, Prime Minister, Chief Justice of India, Governors of the states, Lok Sabha speaker, Union Ministers, Leaders of opposition in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Chief Minister of the states excluding Delhi Chief Minister, Judges of the Supreme Court & Delhi High Court, Lieutenant Governors and Lokayukta are exempted from the Odd-even rule.

Vehicles of dignitaries with pilot/escort SPG protectees, embassies and vehicles bearing ministry of defence numbers are also exempted from the rule. Paying heed to emergency calls, Ambulance, Fire Brigade, Hospitals, Jails, Police and Transport Department are also provided relief from the rule.

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