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New Traffic Rules: Even after deducting the challan of the motorcycle, you will not have to pay money! See this new traffic rule

Very important news for motorcycle, scooter drivers. If you also drive a two-wheeler, whether it is a motorcycle, scooter, activa, then this news is for you only.

New Delhi: Very important news for motorcycle, scooter drivers. If you also drive a two-wheeler, whether it is a motorcycle, scooter, activa, then this news is for you only. If the traffic police has cut your challan, then you will not have to pay money, we are sharing big information with you about this. It is very important to follow the traffic rules. According to the new Motor Vehicle Act, if you are unable to show RC, Insurance Certificate, Pollution, Driving License (DL) and Permit Certificate immediately, on the demand of the Traffic Police, then it is not a crime. But if the challan is deducted by the police for not showing the documents immediately, then you can get this challan canceled in the court. You will not have to pay the fine.

As per section 139 of the new Motor Vehicle Act, the driver is given 15 days to present the documents. The traffic police cannot deduct the challan of the driver immediately. If the traffic police wrongly deducts your challan, it does not mean that you will have to fill the challan. The challan of the traffic police is not a court order. This can be challenged in court.




If children are seated on motorcycles, scooters, then they will have to pay heavy invoices, see this rule

According to the new Motor Vehicle Act, a child older than four years will be counted for the third ride. In such a situation, if you are sitting on your toweler sitting on your child and wife and the child is more than four years old, then your challan can be cut. According to Section 194A of the Motor Vehicles Act, you can deduct a challan of 1000 rupees for violating this rule.

With this, you can cut your challan even if only 2 people, including the child, are said to be riding on their motorcycle or scooter. According to the new Motor Vehicle Act, if the child is more than four years old and the child is not wearing a helmet, then your challan of 1000 rupees can be deducted. In such a situation, you are advised to follow the traffic rules and be safe.

Digi Locker & M Transport

Driving license and other documents like registration certificate can be stored through Digi Locker or M Transport. No documents will have to be physically kept with them. If the traffic police asks for a driving license or other documents, the driver can show a soft copy.

  • There will be no physical verification of documents under the new traffic rules. Meaning no documents will have to be physically kept with them. If the traffic police asks for a driving license or other documents, the driver can show a soft copy.
  • If the traffic officer wants to revoke the driving license, he can cancel the driving license through the web portal.
  • Under the new Motor Vehicles Act, the behavior of the driver will also be seen and the identity of the police officer will also be updated in the portal.
  • Whenever a vehicle or driver is inspected, its information will be uploaded on the portal.
  • E-challan will be issued for persons who break traffic rules.

See the list of traffic rules

Crime First challan or penalty Now challan or penalty
General (177) Rs 100 500 rupees
Violation of Red Regulation Rules (177A) Rs 100 500 rupees
Disregard of authority order (179) 500 rupees 2000 rupees
Driving unauthorized car unlicensed (180) 1000 rupees 5000 rupees
Driving despite disqualification (182) 500 rupees 10000 rupees
Driving without license (181) 500 rupees 5000 rupees
Over Size Vehicle (182B)   5000 rupees
Over speeding (183)     400 rupees 1000 rupees
Driving dangerously (184) 1000 rupees 5000 rupees
Drinking and driving (185) 2000 rupees 10000 rupees
Racing and driving at high speed (189) 500 rupees 5000 rupees
Overloading (194) 2 thousand rupees and 10000 rupees per ton extra 20 thousand rupees and 2 thousand rupees per ton
Seat Belt (194B) Rs 100 1000 rupees
Driving without permit (192A) Up to 5 thousand rupees Up to 10 thousand rupees
Violation of license condition (193) Nothing 25 thousand rupees to 1 lakh rupees
Passenger Overloading (194A) Nothing 1000 rupees per passenger
Overloading on a two-wheeler Rs 100 2 thousand rupees and license canceled for three months
Not wearing a helmet Rs 100 1000 rupees and license canceled for three months
On not giving way to emergency vehicle (194E) Nothing      10000 rupees
On driving without insurance (196) 1000 rupees 2000 rupees
Power of officers to impose documents (206)  Nothing Driving license will be revoked under 183,184,185,189,190,194c, 194D 194E
Crimes committed by enforcement of authority (210B) Nothing Fine twice under related section
Parvesh Maurya
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