While driving on the road, we must follow the traffic rules. We can travel properly only under the traffic rules. Recently a new traffic rule has been made. According to this rule, challan can be deducted even after wearing a helmet.
It is very important to follow traffic rules. While walking on the road, you have to take care of your own safety. It is the job of the police to enforce the traffic rules. In such a situation, some rules have been brought, under which people will have to travel. Just like you have to wear a belt while driving a car, similarly you must have a helmet on your head to ride a bike or two wheeler. However, the big thing here is that the traffic policemen are issuing challans even for wearing helmets. According to the new traffic rules, a challan of Rs 2000 can be deducted even for wearing a helmet.
Why will the challan be deducted?
As per actual motor vehicle act, if you don’t wear helmet strip while driving motorcycle, scooter, then as per rule 194D MVA your Rs 1000 challan and if you are wearing bad helmet (without BIS) then your Rs 1000 challan 194D Invoice can be deducted as per MVA.
In such a situation, despite wearing a helmet, you may have to pay an invoice of Rs 2000 for not following the new rules. Our aim is to make you aware by giving information about traffic rules. So that road accidents can also be prevented.
Apart from helmet, this mistake is also big
According to the new Motor Vehicle Act, you can also face a heavy fine of Rs 20,000 for overloading the vehicle. Apart from this, an additional fine of Rs 2000 per tonne will also have to be paid for doing so.
Is the challan cut or not? learn like this
Visit https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in website. Select the option of Check Challan Status. You will get the option of Challan Number, Vehicle Number and Driving License Number (DL). Select the option of Vehicle Number. Fill the required information asked and click on ‘Get Detail’. Now the challan status will appear.