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The bench, however, stayed one direction of NGT for tourist vehicle to comply with BS-IV standards.
The NGT had also imposed environmental cess of Rs 2,500 on diesel vehicles and Rs 1,000 on petrol vehicles for each trip between Manali and Rohtang Pass.(But Not Yet Applicable)
Rohtang is a 13,400 feet high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km from Manali and acts as the gateway to the remote district of Lahaul and Spiti from the picturesque Kullu Valley.
The NGT in its order has restricted the number of vehicles passing through Rohtang Pass for tourism purposes to 500 petrol Vehicles only per day on first-come, first-serve basis and directed that each vehicle allowed would pay an environmental Fess.
The tribunal had also directed the state government to post a team of police, transport and other departments at Vashisht and Gulaba areas between Manali and Rohtang with complete infrastructure and machinery.
It had said that each vehicle, which carries more than six passengers, would be liable to pay compensation of Rs 5000 as environmental compensation. .(But Not Yet Applicable)

SINCE ITS ON BASIS OF FIRST COME AND FIRST SERVE WE (TRAVEL HIMALAYAS) OR ANY OF OUR VENDOR IS NO MORE RESPONSIBLE FOR ROHTANG PASS SIGHT SEEING. IT WILL BE TAKE CARE BY GUEST DIRECTLY. WE CAN ASSIST BUT WE CANNOT ASSURED FOR ROHTANG PASS SIGHT SEEING

The Himachal Pradesh government has made it mandatory for people, travelling in a vehicle that does not bear Himachal Pradesh registration number, to get a permit.
"Since the Manali-Leh highway passes through the most rugged and inhospitable terrain of trans-Himalayas, we are ensuring that only those drivers are allowed to drive who are familiar with the local topography and weather conditions.
Government officials said the decision was taken to regulate traffic and minimize chances of accidents on the highway. They said vehicles coming from out of state are more responsible for accidents and so they must get a permit.
"If a vehicle is not registered with the state, it's mandatory to get the permission from the sub-divisional magistrate's office in
Manali during working hours (from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), except Sundays and second Saturday every month,or you can Get online

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Movement of heavy vehicles, including trucks, has been banned during daytime to regulate traffic.
"The trucks have been allowed to ply only from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.,".
Tourist vehicles would not be allowed to reach even the famous
Rohtang Pass, just 52 km from here, lying on the Manali-Leh highway.
"As a number of tourist vehicles are responsible for accidents, we are not allowing them to travel in their own vehicles till
Rohtang Pass. The tourists would have to hire a local taxi from Kothi or Manali (15 km from Manali), if they want to travel upto Rohtang,"
The strategic Manali-Leh highway reopened June 1 after remaining closed for over six months owing to heavy snow.
Every Tuesday it remains closed for all
types of vehicles owing to necessary repairs.
The entire Manali-Leh route is tough and the pressure on the motorists is extreme. It passes through cold deserts of Lahaul and Spiti and Ladakh.
The non-stop journey in a four-wheeler between Manali and Leh takes 16-18 hours.
The road crosses four high mountain passes in the cold desert - Rohtang Pass (13,050 ft), Baralacha Pass (16,020 ft), Lachlungla Pass (16,620 ft) and Tanglangla Pass (17,480 ft).