Association is well patronised by high officials of
the Government, members of the public and the business
corporate. Late Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the First President
of the Republic of India honored the Association by
accepting to become its first Patron-in-Chief in September
Thereafter the successive Presidents of India have been
bestowing this honor on the AAUI. Besides this, the
Lt-Governors of Delhi and the Chiefs of the three Services
have been the patrons of the Association as a matter
of tradition. The Association was founded on 20th September,
is rendering useful services to the public and the Transport
Department, Police and Indian Customs. Its performance can
be well judged from the fact that the Association had
collected and deposited with the Transport Authority
a sum of Rs.80 lakh (approx.) on account of collection of one time
road tax, and fees introduced by the City Government
during 1986-87. It rendered a great help to the motorists
who could pay the tax almost at their door-step.
AAUI is making all out efforts to expand its membership base
The AAUI generally has a say in the matters related
with Driving, Road Safety, Traffic Discipline
and to help domestic and foreign tourists. Efforts are
being made to train a large number of motorists in First
Aid and in Traffic Warden duties so as to make them
more helpful in rendering service to the public and
to augment the resources of the Government. Leading
multinational companies, senior civil servants and thousands
of motorists are the members of the AAUI.
The AAUI is a significant contributor to the growth
of land related foreign tourism. The custom authorities
at more than 130 boaders and checkposts allow duty-free
passage to the vehicles brought by foreign tourists into
India on the strength of carnet-de-passage (CPD) to
which the Federation of Indian Automobile Associations
(FIAA) with AAUI and other regional associations is
ATTN : AAUI
awaited tie-up between AAUI and Starwood Hotels in
India, Nepal & Bangladesh has finally taken place.
AAUI members can now avail of an additional discount
of 5% off at their best available rates, which are
the lowest non-contracted rates being offered by Starwood
chain of hotels in the said countries on that day.
The best available rates could vary from a 5% to 50%
off the rack rates which makes this offer most attractive
for the AAUI members.
AAUI members are adviced to carry and present their membership card at the hotel
counter at the time of check-in. For details relating
to the Starwood chain of hotels log on:
It has come to our notice that some unauthorized persons/schools
are conducting on site driving training & refresher
courses in the name of Automobile Association of Upper
India. It has been further brought to our notice that
the certificates are also purportedly being issued
by these schools/persons in the name and on behalf on
Automobile Association of Upper India. Such an activity
is wholly illegal & of criminal nature.
ATTN. COMPANIES /CORPORATE MEMBERS
In order to assist companies/corporate members in finding suitable drivers for employment, the AAUI has now opened a Mini employment Exchange for drivers.
For further information,Please contact any of the following officials:
Joint Secretary- Extn: 23
Secretary to President- extn: 25
Section officer-Extn: 35
Chief instructor- Extn: 26
For online application
Revised Rates for Casual Drivers. Click
here for more details
Revised Rates for Casual Driver
Your Views Please!
Revision of parking charges is under active consideration of Government of NCT of Delhi
In recent deliberation in the meeting of the Special Task Force chaired by the Chief Secretary, it was proposed revised charges for 4 wheelers:
• Rs. 30/- for three hours during Non- Peak hours + Rs. 20/- for every additional hour or part thereof during Non-Peak hour + Rs. 50/- for every additional hour or part thereof during Peak hours.
• Rs. 50/- for three hours during Peak hours+ Rs.20/- for every additional hour or part thereof during Non-Peak hours + Rs. 50/- for every additional hour or part thereof during Peak hours.
• Rs 1500/- per month for monthly permit for residents of the area (only one car to be allowed per family/shop).
The proposed revision in parking charges has been necessitated due to manifold traffic related problems arising of road congestion.
Members please share your views and suggestions on the subject matter with us via e-mail: email@example.com
T K MALHOTRA, PRESIDENT FIAA(2009-2011) & current President of
AAUI HAS BEEN NOMINATED AS MEMBER
ON SPECIAL TASK FORCE CONSTITUTED
BY GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI IN PURSUANCE
OF THE DIRECTIONS GIVEN BY THE HON'BLE
HIGH COURT OF DELHI. THE Task Force meeting
WILL BE CHAIRED BY CHIEF SECRETARY,
DELHI. SENIOR OFFICERS FROM TRANSPORT,
TRAFFIC POLICE, DDA,MCD, NDMC & UTTIPEC
WILL ALSO REPRESENT AS MEMBERS.
SPECIAL TASK FORCE WILL EXPLORE
ALL ISSUES RELATED TO ROAD TRAFFIC
IN DELHI TO MINIMISE CONGESTION,
REDUCE POLLUTION ETC.ETC.
To address unending problems, Transport
Department with active participation
of the Automobile Association of
Upper India (AAUI) intends to launch
a Mega Car Pool scheme in Delhi.
The AAUI which is the largest fraternity
of motorists in Northern India may
function as central agency to further
the cause. It is important for the
motorists to react to the scheme
with their suggestions before it
members and members of the general
public are, therefore, advised to
send their suggestions to the AAUI
so as to make the project commuter
here for the concept and salient
features of the scheme.
Unified Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure (Plg.
& Engg.) Centre
order to adopt an integrated approach
and focused attention to multitude
problems confronting traffic, transportation
in the city, Unified Traffic and
Transportation Infrastructure (Plg.
& Engg.) Centre (UTTIPEC) has
been set up by Hon'ble Lt. Governor
of Delhi. Rising to the occasion,
your President submitted a proposal
in the meeting chaired by the Lt.
Governor of Delhi on October 10,
2008. The thought behind the proposal
is to render effective contribution
and assistance to the Center to
address burning issues related with
traffic management, road infrastructure,
road signage & road markings
etc. The proposal was discussed,
appreciated & approved in the
meeting. Accordingly, it is now
proposed to nominate AAUI Hony.
Roaming Ambassadors from amongst
dedicated members seeking their
valuable contribution in associating
with this task on voluntary basis.
The members so nominated will not
be required to find extra time to
undertake an exercise to identify
bad roads, missing road markings
and another snags that threaten
the life of road users. The members
during their routine commute will
watch and make brief note/rough
sketch of the troubled spots and
roads noticed by them when driving
or commuting by any other means.
It is, however, important that the
members nominated by the AAUI are
duly informed as to the action on
their feed-back. Here to before,
nobody knew which particular authority
to approach for redressal of their
problems. The proposal evolved by
the AAUI will now ensure that action
taken report on their feed-back
is consistently made available to
the members. To achieve this objective
and assist the members in making
a brief note of the spots and traffic
hurdles, it is proposed to bring
out a special diary for the AAUI
Hony. Roaming Ambassadors. More
modalities are being worked out
with a view to energies this unique
proposal to take off as expeditiously
as possible. Those members who are
interested to associate with this
noble task are requested to send
their consent to AAUI President's Secretariat on
telephone Nos. 26852033, 41688719
or via following e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org,
for more details