Palatbhagat surat, India 20 Questions 17 Answers 2 Best Answers 467 Points View Profile 4 Palatbhagat Asked: September 4, 2019In: Topics What is the new traffic rules ? 4 What is the new traffic rules in india ? #newtrafficrules#rtotraffic Share Facebook 2 Answers Voted Oldest Recent Nitindholu Nakhtrana, India 3 Questions 1 Answer 1 Best Answer 91 Points View Profile Best Answer Nitindholu Added an answer on September 5, 2019 at 10:54 am The past few days have seen a lot of buzz around the updated Motor Vehicles Act as well as the new traffic rules and hefty challans it now includes. The conversation around it further intensified when a Honda Activa owner was slapped with a fine of ₹23,000 for multiple violations — not only is that challan amount massive, but pretty much 50 percent of a new Honda Activa scooter’s cost. So, yes, the country is finally sitting up and taking notice of the traffic laws it has consistently ignored so far. Be it fear of getting stuck with a substantial penalty or the general keenest to conform to India’s traffic laws, people are quite curious about what the Motor Vehicles Act 2019 is all about. Well, for now only 63 clauses from the Bill that seeks to amend the original Act have been implemented in India. And these 63 clauses tend to a variety of aspects, including vehicle fitness, protection of Good Samaritan, cab aggregators, driver training, and, of course, road safety. Offence Old challan/ penalty New challan/ penalty General ₹100 ₹500 Rules of road regulation violation ₹100 ₹500 Disobedience of orders of authorities ₹500 ₹2,000 Unauthorized use of vehicles without license ₹1,000 ₹5,000 Driving without license ₹500 ₹5,000 Driving despite disqualification ₹500 ₹10,000 Oversize vehicles N/A ₹5,000 Over-speeding ₹400 ₹1,000 Dangerous driving ₹1,000 Up to ₹5,000 Drink driving ₹2,000 ₹10,000 Speeding/Racing ₹500 ₹5,000 A vehicle without permit Up to ₹5,000 Up to ₹10,000 Aggregators (violations of licensing conditions) N/A ₹25,000 to ₹1 lakh Overloading ₹2,000 and ₹1,000 per extra tonne ₹20,000 and ₹2,000 per extra tonne Overloading of passengers N/A ₹1,000 per extra passenger Seat belt ₹100 ₹1,000 Overloading of two-wheelers ₹100 ₹2,000 and disqualification of license for 3 months Helmets ₹100 ₹1,000 and disqualification of license for 3 months Not providing a way for emergency vehicles N/A ₹10,000 Driving without insurance ₹1,000 ₹2,000 Offenses by juveniles N/A Guardian/owner shall be deemed to be guilty. ₹25,000 with 3 years imprisonment. The juvenile will be tried under JJ Act. Registration of the vehicle will be canceled. Power of officers to impound documents N/A Suspension of driving licenses Offenses committed by enforcing authorities N/A Twice the penalty under the relevant section 3 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Star Computer VITHON KUTCH, India 5 Questions 15 Answers 0 Best Answers 171 Points View Profile Star Computer Added an answer on September 18, 2019 at 5:18 am Recently, the government has made a lot of changes in traffic rules, in which if there is no license, then it increases the amount of penalty by charging a lot more than what was previously charged, and the rules for not wearing RC helmets, etc. According to the traffic, they have brought new rules which have in Gujarat from September 16. Shall have been, but that it is the penalty of the amount he’s been on the new traffic rules by reducing I just know it has been applied in the past that the amount of the penalty has every rules. 0 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerLeave an answerCancel reply Featured image Select file Browse Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.