Heavy fines now have to be paid if traffic rules are broken, new law going into effect from September 1

Heavy fines now have to be paid if traffic rules are broken, new law going into effect from September 1

Heavy fines now have to be paid if traffic rules are broken, new law going into effect from September 1
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The Motor Vehicle Research Bill-2019 has been recently passed by the Central Government in Parliament to prevent ever-increasing road accidents in the country.  Several provisions of the amended bill will be implemented nationwide starting September 1.  The new law provides for greater penalties for violations of transportation rules.
 The new law provides for penalties as well as penalties for violations of traffic rules.  The Motor White Amendment Act was drafted by the Transport Ministers of 18 states.
Here are some important rules that can affect you ...
 1. Parents will be punished for driving under the influence of a minor.  The guardian / vehicle owner is subject to a three-year sentence.
 2. Provision of fine of Rs.10,000 on drunk driving.
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 3. A fine of Rs.1000 for driving without a helmet.  Currently, the fine is Rs100, which has been increased to Rs.1000.  Simultaneously, the license will be forfeited for three months.
 4. There is currently a fine of Rs.1000 for dangerous driving ie rash driving, which has been increased to Rs.5000.
 5. There is currently a penalty of Rs 500 for driving without a driving license, which has been increased by 10 times to Rs 5,000.
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Even if the driver's license has been suspended, a fine of Rs.  Right now this is Rs 500.
 7. There is now a fine of Rs 100 for driving a car without wearing a seat belt, which has been increased to Rs.1000.
 8. The penalty on over speed has been increased from Rs.400 to Rs.1000-2000.
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 9. There is currently a fine of Rs.1000 for driving while talking over the phone, which has been increased to Rs5000.

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