New Traffic Rules And Fines Gujarat 2019

New Traffic Rules Gujarat 2019: Under the Motor Vehicles Act, 2019, overwhelming fines are being forced for offenses like over speeding, smashed driving and driving without a head protector. Be that as it may, a few states are not content with the heavy fines and have communicated reservations on actualizing the Act
New traffic rules and fines gujarat 2019
New Traffic Rules And Fines Gujarat 2019

What are the new fines In Gujarat under the Motor Vehicles Act, 2019 


The administration has advised 63 arrangements of the Motor Vehicles Amendment Act 2019, incorporating the ones managing improved punishments for different traffic offenses, from September 1. The new controls additionally improve the punishment for intoxicated heading to detainment as long as a half year as well as fine up to Rs 10,000 for first offense and detainment as long as 2 years and additionally fine of Rs 15,000 for the subsequent offense. Moreover, the punishment for driving without a permit will be expanded from up to Rs 500 to Rs 5,000. Fine for not wearing a safety belt would draw in a fine of Rs 1,000 as against Rs 100 at present. The over-speeding punishment has been expanded from Rs 400 to Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,000.

New Traffic Rules And Fines Gujarat 2019


After the usage of the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Act 2019, traffic police the nation over are descending vigorously on the individuals who are abusing the new runs the show. Gujarat Government has now declared a decrease in the fines under the new Motor Vehicles Act.

- Under the new fine structure in Gujarat, the punishment for not wearing a protective cap is changed to Rs 500, which is Rs 1000 under the MV Act

- For not wearing safety belts Rs 500 will be charged, as against Rs 1000

- Driving a vehicle without Driving License will pull in a fine of Rs 2000 for the bikes and Rs 3000 for the rest, as against Rs 5000 under the new rule

- If the permit, protection, PUC, RC book isn't there, the fine will be according to the new Motor Vehicles Act. Just because, Rs 500 will be fined and second time punishment is Rs 1000.

- For triple riding, the fine will be Rs 100 as against Rs 1000 in the MV Act

- Driving a vehicle with contamination has a fine of Rs 10,000 under the new MV Act, though in Gujarat it will be Rs 1000 for little vehicles and Rs 3000 for huge vehicles.

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Post inconvenience of the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019, from September 1, heavy challans for traffic rules infringement by the police have hit the features. Association Minister Nitin Gadkari said stringent guidelines were "genuinely necessary" as individuals had trifled with transit regulations very and there was neither dread nor regard for law.
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