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Do you know about the new traffic rules?

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The breaking law is bound to attract punishment in any way — hardening of punishment based on the type of crime. Citizens may be asked to pay hefty fines, imprisonment, or suspension of driving licenses in violation of traffic rules and regulations. Breaking traffic rules and regulations in India can lead to serious road accidents and, in the worst cases, even death. Every year around five lakh accidents occur in the world and more than 1.5 lakh people die. Most accidents occur due to a lack of traffic sense in people.

The Government of India introduced an amendment to the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, to facilitate healthy and safe mobility in India. The Act is made up of 63 provisions that relate to permits, fines, registration and national transport policy. The new Motor Vehicles Act increased the driving error penalty. That means that driving errors will burn a big hole in your monthly budget and some of them may cost you more than a month's fuel bill.

The Ministry of Transport issued a notice on 28 August 2019 announcing new traffic laws that came into force from 1 September. 2019

Whenever you pay a fine of Rs 5000 / - you will follow the rules and hence, accidents will be less.

New traffic rules 2019 India has now introduced, new traffic fines or new Motor Vehicles Act 2019, now a popular drink and drives penalty is extended. New drink and drive penalty increased from Rs.2000 / - to Rs.10000. 

Here are the new traffic rules details:

Driving without DL: Now, don't dare to take your vehicle on the roads without DL. The penalty for this is Rs. 5000. First, it was Rs. 500 only.

Speed ​​Limit: Speed ​​always leads to critical conditions. If you increase the speed, you will get must be prepared to pay the total cost of.Rs. 4000, depending on the vehicle you are riding.

Rash Driving: Rash driving regularly is leading to countless road accidents. The penalty for this has been taken as imprisonment of 1-year imprisonment /fine of 1,000-5,000 (for violation of first traffic rule) and imprisonment up to 2 years or a fine of Rs. 10,000 for committing a second offense.

Drunken driving: Unless you break the rules, partying with your friends will not harm you. Driving while you are drunk can usually lead to severe accidents on the road, which include not only your life but others. The fine has been increased to Rs. 10,000 for this.

Overloading of Pill Riders: Tripling is prevalent in India. But think twice about the penalty imposed next time you are overloading your bike. Now it is Rs. 20,000, which was earlier Rs. 2000. A considerable amount to make a big hole in your pocket. DL will also deactivate for three months. One has to pay a lot to be non-compliance: disobeying orders from officers will incur a fine of between Rs. 500 to Rs. 2,000.

Driving without a license: Insured is the second most crucial thing after registering your vehicle. As it is mandatory in India, an unlicensed vehicle will cost you a fined Rs. 1000 or imprisonment up to 3 months or Rs. 2000 or imprisonment for three months. Penalties will be increased for repeated offenses.

Juvenile Traffic Lawbreakers: The juvenile's parent or guardian will be found guilty in the event of a minor violating the law. In such a case, with a fine of Rs. 25,000, he will be held behind bars for three years.RC will be canceled for one year. Besides, the young person will be banned from obtaining a learner's license until they reach the age of 25.

Juvenile Fine: For juveniles who are found to violate traffic rules, the guardian or owner of that juvenile will be convicted and put behind bars for up to three years, including a fine of Rs 25,000 and cancellation of registration of a motor vehicle for one year. The teenager will also be ineligible to obtain a learner's license by the age of 25.

Driving without Helmet: The penalty for this is Rs. 1000 and license suspension for three months.
For starters, penalties for minor traffic violations such as not wearing a helmet or seatbelt have been increased to 10 times their previous amount. Not wearing a helmet or seatbelt will cost you 1,000 instead of the prior penalty of ₹ 100. Similarly, penalties for other road crimes have also been revised to ensure that the amount prevents people from breaking traffic rules.

Use the phone while driving: A fine of Rs 1,000-5000 on those caught talking on the phone while driving.

Avoiding an ambulance: On drivers will be fined Rs. 10,000 for not giving way to an ambulance on the roads.

Overloaded vehicles: Vehicles loaded with passengers, Rs. 20,000 in fines.

Conclusion: The changes made in the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 make people aware of the rules and regulations of the road. Hopefully, people will now have a second thought before riding their two-wheeler without a helmet, seatbelt, or a valid auto insurance policy. In short, double-check it before committing any crime in violation of traffic rules.