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TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

CONTENT
CHAPTER 1: TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

• Definition of Transportation Management
• three key processes of transportation management
• transport
• meaning of transport
• importance of transport
• modes of transport
➢ land transport
➢ water transport
➢ air transport

CHAPTER 2: MOTOR VEHICLES ACT 1988
• tax information
➢ private vehicles
➢ transport vehicles
➢ additional tax on goods vehicle
➢ for contract carriages
• driving license
➢ licensing of drivers of motor vehicles
➢ procedure for registration of new vehicle
➢ interstate national permits
➢ traffic rules
➢ how to get a learner’s license
➢ procedure for applying for permanent license
• basic rules of the road
• know your signs
• some basic precautions to avoid accidents
• tips for emergencies
• police note

CHAPTER 3: OFFENCES PUNISHABLE UNDER MOTOR VEHICLES ACT    • Over Speed
•  No Racing In A Public Road
• Dangerous Driving
• Drunken Driving
• Don’t Leave Your Vehicle Dangerously
• Your Duty In Case Of Causing An Accident With Injury To A Person • Unattended Vehicle Beware
• For The Attention Of Driving License Holder

CHAPTER 4: IMPORTANCE OF INSURANCE
• Motorcycle Insurance
• Vehicle Insurance
• Third Party Insurance
➢ What is Third Party Insurance?
➢ Salient Features of Third Party Insurance
➢ Historical Background of third Party Insurance
➢ Legal defense available to the Insurance Companies towards third party ➢ Driving license
➢ Relevant Provisions of Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 ➢ Insurance Companies have been allowed no other defense ➢ Section152. Settlement between insurers and insured persons ➢ Nature and Extent of Insurer’s Liability (section 147) • The policy of insurance must cover

• Insurer’s liability to Vehicle-owner
• Liability in respect of damage to property
• Liability of Insurer beyond the limits mentioned in the Act

CHAPTER 5: MOTOR INDUSTRIES COMPANY
• Scope of Motor Industries Company:
• Products of Motor Industries Company:
• Production Units of Motor Industries Company:
• Awards won by Motor Industries Company:

CHAPTER 1

Transportation Management

Definition

A Transportation Management is a system designed to manage transportation operations.

In more recent times, we have seen that the Transport Management (TMS) systems are being offered in many different types of licensing arrangements. These different arrangements have given shippers who otherwise would not be able to afford sophisticated software the opportunity to utilize TMS to better manage this vital function. The 3 primary offerings are:

1. On-Premise Licensing (traditional purchased license)
2. Hosted (remote)
3. On-Premise Hosted Licensing (a blend of 1 & 2)

Additionally, we are seeing that many software providers have either been acquired or merged with traditional supply chain management consultancies and are now offering shippers "blended" managed and software services as an outsourced process.

A new business model rapidly gaining steam is for TMS system providers to provide truck capacity as a blended solution. Traditionally, TMS providers provided software and 3PL's / brokers provided freight capacity (trucks). Recently, companies have started to carve out a niche by providing their TMS system for free, and use freight capacity fulfillment as a value added service. This gives customers a solution to their two main problems: low-cost software and flexible shipping. Moreover, when this blended solution is accessed through hosted, web-based technology, it allows instant real-time...
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