With the launching of the High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) by H. Achumi Transport Commissioner on June 15 in the office of RTO Kohima, Nagaland has become the fourth state in the country to introduce High Security Registration Plates (HSRP). The scheme is introduced in terms of Rule 50 of the central motor vehicle rules, 1989 and the direction of the supreme court of India. Joint transport commissioner S.Teka Jamir, in a press release stated that HSRP would be hot stamped but have a reflective sheet guaranteed for a minimum period of five years. It will have security futures such as holograms, serialized number plates fitted with non re-useable snap lock. It will also have 3r4 registration mark in the form of self destructive type which will display Engine number. Chassis number and the front and rear registration plate serial numbers affixed on the left hand top side of the windshield of the vehicle. All vehicles registered in the state after the launch of the scheme would be affixed with HSRP; vehicles registered prior to the launch of the scheme would have to be fitted with HSRP within a period of two years. Fixation of HSRP would be done in the office premises of RTO/DTO where the vehicles are registered.