Traffic Offences and Penalties in India

Traffic Offences and Penalties in India

The Indian Road rules, titled “Rules of the Road Regulation”, were brought into effect since July, 1989. These rules are germane to the Indian drivers (all inclusive of two, three and four wheelers), while on the road to ensure an orderly traffic and a safer journey. Violation of these “Rules of Road Regulation” is a punishable transgression as per the city specific traffic police rules and the “Motor Vehicle Act”.

Enforcement of these traffic laws – rules, regulations and acts can bear out the road accidents. These laws are enforced by issuing challans in the name of the offenders and teaching them a lesson by making them pay penalties. An indicative list of the possible offences and their respective penalties is formulated below:

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1. OFFENCES RELATED TO DOCUMENTS
S.NO
OFFENCES
MAXIMUM PENALTY
SECTION
1.1
Driving without a Valid License
Rs. 500/- and /or imprisonment ( 3 months)
3 r/w 181 MVA
1.2
Allowing vehicle to be driven by a person who does not possess a Valid License.
Rs. 1000/- and/or imprisonment ( 3 months)
5 r/w 180 MVA
1.3
Not carrying documents as required.
Rs. 100/-
130(3) r/w 177 MVA
1.4
Driving without Valid Insurance.
Rs. 1000/- and/or imprisonment ( 3 months)
130 r/w 177 MVA
1.5
Driving without Valid Permit.
Rs. 5000/- ( not less than Rs. 2000/-)
130 r/w 177 MVA
1.6
Driving without Valid Fitness.
Rs. 5000/- ( not less than Rs. 2000/-)
130 r/w 177 MVA
1.7
Vehicle without R.C. Rs 2000/- 39 r/w192 MVA

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Source:- informalnewz

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