It is very important for you to know the traffin rules.
Due to lack of information about traffic rules, many times your traffic police are hotly debated. Due to which the police can impose heavy penalty by framing the case in many other sections. In such a situation, if you have all the information about the new rule. So you will easily understand the penalty imposed by the traffic police and there will be no argument with your police.
- Under Section 181, a fine of Rs 5000 will have to be paid for operating a vehicle without a license.
- Even after being disqualified under Section 182, a fine of Rs 10,000 will have to be paid for operating a vehicle.
- Under section 183, now, for overspeeding (driving a vehicle faster than the prescribed speed limit), a fine of 1000 rupees will be paid for LMV, whereas, a fine of 2000 rupees will be paid for MPV.
- Under Section 184, a fine of up to Rs 5000 will have to be paid for driving a vehicle in a dangerous way.
- Under section 185, there is a provision for a fine of Rs 10,000 for driving a vehicle after drinking alcohol.
- Under Section 189, there is now a provision for a fine of Rs 5000 on speeding / racing.
- Under Section 1921A, now a fine of up to Rs 10,000 will have to be paid for operating a vehicle without a permit.
- Under Section 193, there is a provision for fine of Rs 25,000 to 1 lakh for breaking license rules.
- Under section 194, there is a provision for overloading (for goods exceeding the prescribed limit) of Rs 2000 and additional Rs 1000 per tonne and Rs 2000 extra per tonne.
- Under section 194A, now overloading (if there are more passengers than capacity) Rs 1000 per extra passenger
- Under section 194B, no penalty of Rs. 1000 will be imposed on the seat belt.
- Under section 194C, now overloading on scooters and bikes, ie if there are more than two people, a fine of up to Rs 2000 and license can be canceled for 3 months.
- Under section 194D, now without helmet, a fine of up to Rs 1000 and license can be canceled for 3 months.
- Under Section 194E, a fine of up to Rs 10,000 can be imposed for not giving way to emergency vehicles like ambulances.
- Under section 196, a fine of Rs 2000 will have to be paid for driving a vehicle without insurance.
- Under section 199, the parent / owner will now be considered guilty in the case of crime of minors. There is a provision of punishment of up to 3 years. Minor will be tried under Juveline Act, vehicle registration will also be canceled.
- Rights given to officers: Right to suspend driving license under Sections 183, 184, 185, 189, 190, 194C, 194D, 194E