The petitioner's lawyer Uday Warunjikar said over 80,000 autos and taxis were yet to be recalibrated.
"There seems to be reluctance on the part of auto and taxi drivers. Maybe, they feel they cannot tamper with e-meters," Chandrachud said.
The judges also suggested setting up of more centres to speed up the recalibration process.
The court asked the petitioners and officials from the government to meet on December 24.