We know that a vehicle tracking system uses an Internet, specialized software and cellular or satellite networks to provide details of vehicle location through on electronic maps or SMS, etc. Some of the government-approved mobile app used for tracking vehicles using vehicle numbers are as follows:
i) AIS 140: AIS140 is an approved GPS tracking device launched by Letstrack, one of the best GPS Tracking Company in India. It is an Intelligent Transport System (ITS) under the Automotive Industry Standard-140 (AIS 140) which includes both AIS 140 GPS trackers and ARAI GPS trackers. Some of the features of the App is that it has Anti-theft alarm, 24hrs GPS history, location on demand, zone and parking alert, real-time tracking, etc. For more details, you can email them or give them a missed call.
ii)Vahan - The Integrated Solution for Vehicle Registration: It is an app that provides a nationwide search over the digitized data of Registered. The App helps to get RTO/DTO/MLO/SDM involving Vehicle Registration, Fitness, Taxes, Permits & Enforcement of Vehicles that are governed by both Central Motor Vehicle Regulation (CMVR) and state-specific Motor Vehicle Regulation (State MVR).
Phone: +91-120-2459168 (Timings: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM)
iii) mParivahan: It is a government app for transport Service access to citizens for all India RTO vehicle registration number search and get access to various information, services and utilities in a convenient and transparent manner. It provides details of any parked, accidental or theft vehicle, verifies DL details and creates virtual DL and RC through this app.
Aadhar card number: We know that an Aadhar number is a 12-digit random number issued to the residents of India after the verification process by the UIDAI Authority. The person willing to enrol for Aadhar has to provide minimal demographic i.e. Name, Date of Birth (verified) or Age (declared), Gender, Address, Mobile Number (optional but better to provide) and Email ID (optional but better to provide), etc and biometric information i.e. your both hand Fingerprints, your eye Iris Scans and Facial Photograph during the enrolment process. One can view up to 50 previous authentication transactions on your Aadhaar by login to his Aadhar.
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