Rs 1000 will be challaned for driving a two-wheeler without helmet, Yogi government hikes penalty amount

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If you are found to be talking on mobile while driving, then for the first time there will be a penalty of 1000 rupees, second time you will be charged 10 times i.e. 10 thousand rupees for this crime.



Lucknow. The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has increased the penalty amount for violation of traffic rules. For driving a two-wheeler without a helmet and without a seat belt car, you will now have to pay double the fine. Now in UP, there will be an invoice of Rs 1000 for driving a two-wheeler without a helmet. Earlier, driving a two-wheeler without a helmet was fined Rs 500.



At the same time, a fine of Rs 1000 will also be charged for driving without a seat belt. At the same time, if someone makes a car stand for the second time in the parking lot, then he will have to pay a fine of Rs 1500. Fines of 500 rupees in the first time and 1000 rupees in the second time were imposed for not following the parking rules in the state.

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In addition to the notification, if you are found to be talking on mobile while driving, then for the first time there will be a penalty of 1000 rupees, second time you will be charged 10 times i.e. 10 thousand rupees for this crime. The Yogi government has issued a notification of increased penalty amount for violation of traffic rules on Thursday. Apart from this, if you do not give way to the fire brigade or ambulance, now you will have to face a penalty of 10 thousand rupees. There will be a fine of Rs 1 lakh for selling the vehicle incorrectly.



10 thousand penalty on wrong information in DL. At the
same time, traffic police will now charge 10 thousand rupees for giving wrong information in driving license. Earlier this amount was two and a half thousand rupees. At the same time, if forged documents of vehicles are sold and sold, then if caught, they will have to pay a fine of Rs 1 lakh.

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