Violating Traffic Rules: Under the new Motor Vehicle Act, your challan of more than Rs 1.41 lakh can be deducted for not following the traffic rules. This has already happened after the implementation of the amended Motor Act-2019.
New Delhi. If you are negligent while driving, then the traffic police can give you a challan of one lakh rupees. So drive responsibly on the road. Under the new Motor Vehicle Act, your challan of more than Rs 1.41 lakh can be deducted for not following the traffic rules. This has already happened after the implementation of the New Motor Vehicles Act-2019 (Amendment).
Under the new rules, if you violate traffic rules while driving a truck, you may have to pay an invoice of Rs 1,41,700. In September 2019, a truck from Rajasthan was fined Rs 1,41,700 in Delhi for overloading. Later, the truck owner went to the Rohini court and deposited the challan. Do not let such an incident happen to you, so take special care of the traffic rules while driving.
See how much fine for violation of which rule
If you drive a truck, overloading can attract a fine of Rs 5,000. Rs 10,000 for not having a registration certificate, Rs 10,000 for not having a fitness certificate, and Rs 10,000 for permit violation. Apart from this, a fine of Rs 4,000 for not having insurance, Rs 10,000 for not having a pollution certificate, Rs 20,000 for carrying uncovered construction material may have to be paid. With this, the traffic police can deduct a challan of Rs 20,000 for overloading. After this, the higher the tonnage of the goods, the fine will be imposed by multiplying it by Rs 2,000.
An invoice of Rs 2,00,500 was cut
After the implementation of the new rule, the Delhi Police issued a challan of Rs 2 lakh 500 to a person named Ram Kishan. This included Rs 56,000 of overloading. Rs 5,000 for not having a driving license, Rs 10,000 for registration certificate, Rs 10,000 for permit violation, Rs 4,000 for insurance, Rs 10,000 for pollution certificate was fined. Apart from this, a challan of Rs 20,000 was issued for carrying construction material without cover and Rs 1,000 for not wearing seat belts. Thus, the traffic police handed him a challan of Rs 2,00,500. The driver got the truck released after paying the fine in Rohini court.