New Motor Vehicle Act 2019 from 1 September in India - Pay Huge Fines

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New Traffic Fines: साढ़े सात हजार जुर्माने के देने होंगे मात्र 800 रुपये, जानें कैसे

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Last updated: Mon, 09 Sep 2019 05:31 AM IST

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वाहन चेकिंग के समय रजिस्ट्रेशन पेपर, डीएल या इंश्योरेंस के पेपर न होने पर अगर चालान हो जाए तो घबराएं नहीं। 12 दिन में सारे दस्तावेज ट्रैफिक पुलिस के आफिस पहुंचाने पर जुर्माने की राशि कम हो जाएगी।

सीओ ट्रैफिक का कहना है कि पुलिस फोटो स्टेट व सोशल मीडिया पर मौजूद दस्तावेजों को नहीं मानेगी। लिहाजा, अपने साथ ओरिजनल दस्तावेज रखें तो बेहतर होगा। उन्होंने बताया कि वाहन स्वामी अपने मोबाइल में डिजीलॉकर या एम. परिवहन एप पर अपने दस्तावेजों को अपलोड कर लें। चेकिंग के दौरान पुलिस उसे देखने के बाद आपका चालान नहीं करेगी।

50 रुपये का बर्गर, पांच हजार का चालान, जानें क्या है पूरा मामला
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वाहन चालान राशि बढ़ाए जाने के विरोध में आर्यन पार्टी ने रविवार को प्रदर्शन किया। पार्टी अध्यक्ष पंकज द्विवेदी ने कहा कि चालान के नए नियम जन विरोधी हैं। देश का एक बड़ा हिस्सा जीवन यापन के लिए 10 से 15 हजार रुपए की नौकरी कर रहा है। यदि भूल वश भी कोई गलती हो जाए तो पूरे माह का वेतन चालान में ही चला जाएगा।

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साढ़े सात हजार जुर्माने के देने होंगे मात्र 800
एएसपी ट्रैफिक पुर्णेन्दु सिंह के मुताबिक यदि कोई वाहन सवार हेल्मेट नहीं पहने हैं तो 500 रुपये, रजिस्ट्रेशन पेपर न रखने पर 2000, लाइसेंस न होने पर 2500 रुपये और प्रदूषण सर्टिफिकेट नहीं है तो 2500 रुपये यानी कुल 7500 रुपये का चालान कटेगा। पर, वाहन चालक 12 दिन में ये सभी पेपर ट्रैफिक पुलिस को दिखा देता है तो इन तीनों की चालान राशि न्यूनतम 100-100 रुपये ही ली जायेगी। हेल्मेट चालान की फीस तो 500 रुपये ही रहेगी। यानी अब उसे 800 रुपये(500+100+100+100) का ही जुर्माना भरना पड़ेगा। उन्होंने कहा कि सभी लोग यातायात नियमों का पालन करें। पालन करने से आपकी जान तो बचती ही है, साथ ही आपको चालान कटने का भी डर नहीं रहेगा। इसलिए ट्रैफिक नियमों का पालन करें।

 

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ये चालान की नई दर लागू होनी चाहिए:-

खराब सिग्नल...
संबंधित जिम्मेदार अधिकारी, जुर्माना 10000/-।

सड़क पर गड्ढ़े...
संबंधित जिम्मेदार अधिकारी जुर्माना 20000/-।

अतिक्रमण फुटपाथ...
संबंधित ज़िम्मेदार अधिकारी जुर्माना 20000/-।

सड़क पर रोशनी नहीं...
ज़िम्मेदार अधिकारी पर जुर्माना 25000/-।

सड़क पर कचरा .....
संबधित ज़िम्मेदार अधिकारी, जुर्माना 25000/-।

सड़कों पर लाइट के खंभे नहीं...
संबंधित ज़िम्मेदार अधिकारी, जुर्माना 30000/-।

खुदी सड़क कोई मरम्मत नहीं...
संबंधित ज़िम्मेदार अधिकारी,जुर्माना 50000/

गड्ढों में गिर कर आप चोटिल हो जाएँ...
संबंधित ज़िम्मेदार अधिकारी, जुर्माना=दवा का पूरा खर्चा +5000/-रोज(जब तक ठीक ना हो) ।

आवारा गायें व जानवर से टकरा कर चोटिल हो जाऐं या कुत्ता काट ले...
संबंधित जिम्मेदार अधिकारी पर जुर्माना+दवा का पूरा खर्चा +5000/-रोज(जब तक ठीक ना हो) ।


आप लोगों से निवेदन है कि इसे ज्यादा से ज्यादा शेयर करें ।ताकी यह बात उन्हें भी पता चले जिन्होंने सिर्फ नागरिकों को हर बात के लिए ज़िम्मेदार समझा है ।
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Riding two-wheeler with sandals, flip-flops illegal: How much fine you’ll need to pay

The amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act has led to stricter implementation of traffic rules across India. Since September 1st, several cases of extravagant fines being imposed on road users have started to come to light.

By: Express Drives Desk | Updated: September 10, 2019 5:53 PM



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If you are found riding a two-wheeler with gears wearing flip-flops or sandals, you will be liable to pay a fine of Rs 1,000. Yes, you heard it right. Though this rule is not new and existed even before the amendments to the Motor Vehicles Act came into play, but is now being implemented strictly by traffic police personnel. The reason behind this rule is that flip-flops or similar footwear might create difficulty in changing gears or could even result in loss of grip while the vehicle is coming to a halt, resulting in a slip. Riding a two-wheeler with proper gear is required for ensuring one's safety. However, imposing this rule in rural areas is going to be slightly difficult.
Under the amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act, fines pertaining to traffic offences have been increased by a significant margin. In some cases, the amount has even gone up to 10 times the original. The revised Act came into force starting September 1st across India. And since then, we have come across multiple cases in which huge amount of fines have been imposed on road users. Recently, a truck driver was issued a cumulative challan of Rs 1.16 lakh in Rewari, while other was issued a challan of Rs 86,500 in Odisha's Sambalpur. Similarly, a two-wheeler driver, who was found riding his vehicle without a helmet, with no documents whatsoever was fined Rs 24,000.

The stricter implementation of traffic regulations has divided reactions from the population. Some believe that this is the need of the hour and it will make Indian roads a lot safer than before. However, some are of the opinion that the amount stipulated is ridiculous. Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways has stated that the amount for the fines have been increased in order to make people obey traffic rules.



Riding two-wheeler with sandals, flip-flops illegal: How much fine you’ll need to pay
 

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Nitin Gadkari fined in Mumbai for speeding!
In continuation to ongoing discussions and statements over the matter, Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that even he has paid a fine for speeding on the Bandra-Worli Sealink.
By: Express Drives Desk | Updated: September 10, 2019 9:16 PM



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"Even I have paid a fine for speeding on the sealink," Gadkari said.

The Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill 2019 passed by the Parliament last month has had scores of road users scrambling to get their vehicle documents in order and possibly get in their best behaviour on the road as well. The amendments made to the Motor Vehicle Act include some new rules and revision of previous traffic violation fines by up to 20 times. While some hail the increase in fines as a move that will deter road users from violating traffic laws, a larger population believes that the fines that way too high. In continuation to ongoing discussions and statements over the matter, Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that even he has paid a fine for speeding on the Bandra-Worli Sealink.
"Even I have paid a fine for speeding on the sealink," Gadkari said to reporters while talking about the major decisions of the Modi-led government in its first 100 days. Although it is not clear when was the minister fined for speeding or how much did he have to pay in fine, his statement aims to make a point that the law is equal for all.
The Motor Vehicles Amendment Act, approved by President Ram Nath Kovind last month, aims at stricter punishment for violation of traffic regulations and to bring discipline on roads.

"Passing the Motor Vehicle Act amendment is a big achievement for our government. The high fines will lead to transparency, and (will) not result in corruption," Gadkari said.


2019 Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill Passed: Traffic fines go up by 20 times, see entire list

"My department is executing works of Rs 60,000 crore in Jammu and Kashmir, most of them on building tunnels and roads," he further added.
The increase in the amount of fines for traffic law violation is quite a hefty one. For example, if you're caught driving with a valid driving licence, you will have fish out Rs 5,000 instead of the previous Rs 500. If you're found to be driving under the influence of alcohol, you will be handed a revised challan of Rs 10,000, which previously was Rs 2,000. Click the link above for details on all changes in the Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill.


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Beware! Loud Royal Enfield exhausts to prove costly: Rider fined Rs 35,000 for loud exhaust and bike seized
A man on a Royal Enfield Bullet was caught by the traffic police in Faridabad, Delhi-NCR. Imposed a fine of a whopping Rs 35,000, his motorcycle has also been seized. His offence? Well, not one, not two, he'd violated eight laws.
By: Express Drives Desk | Updated: September 10, 2019 9:15 PM

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Over the past few days, we've reported about several unfortunate road users who have been slapped with hefty fines for violating traffic rules. The new rules and revised amount of traffic fines have had road users queuing up, for example, to get their PUC (pollution under control) certificates made. This shows that a lot of people didn't take such traffic laws seriously before but are now. However, there are still scores of people who are yet not aware of the changes made by the Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill 2019 and continue to flout rules - either this or they still don't take them seriously.
One such lad riding a Royal Enfield Bullet was caught by the traffic police on a busy road in Faridabad, Delhi-NCR. Imposed a fine of a whopping Rs 35,000, his motorcycle has also been seized. His offence? Well, not one, not two, he'd violated eight laws.
The first three traffic law violations that brought the traffic police's attention towards him were riding three up, not wearing a helmet, and the pillion not wearing a helmet either. Then came along the other five.

Upon further investigation, the traffic police found that the Royal Enfield rider was not carrying a driving licence, vehicle registration certificate, third-party insurance document, or PUC certificate either. One last offence was still to come.
The motorcycle was fitted with a loud aftermarket exhaust for that annoying firecracker-like sound. The motorcycle has been seized by the traffic police and the offender has been told that it'll only be released once valid documents are shown and the total penalty of Rs 35,000 paid in full. However, he's been given a small incentive that the amount of the penalty can be reduced once all documents are produced.


Two-wheeler users being caught with no valid documents with them and no helmets on their heads or on their pillion's has highlighted the plight of how lightly were the traffic laws being taken even in metropolitan cities. With hefty fines like these in place, road users may now be deterred from flouting traffic laws and keep their documents in order.




Beware! Loud Royal Enfield exhausts to prove costly: Rider fined Rs 35,000 for loud exhaust and bike seized
 

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Digilocker can save you from steep traffic fines! Carry driving licence, RC, insurance electronically. Here’s how
Worried after Delhi man fined Rs 23,000 for traffic offences or caught by traffic police? Know your rights! Digital presentation of documents is valid according to a notice issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.
By: Express Drives Desk | Updated: September 4, 2019 1:34 PM


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Revisions to the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 brings in hefty fines for traffic violations among other provisions. The revised fines came into force starting September 1st. And already we have come across cases in which a man from Delhi was fined Rs 23,000 while another was served with challans amounting to as much as Rs 32,500 by traffic police personnel. Apart from the disobeying of traffic rules, one of the major reasons for the issue of such hefty challans is people not being able to present valid documents of their respective vehicles when stopped by the traffic police. Though carrying of valid documents of your vehicle is absolutely necessary, it is not required that you must have physical copies of the same.

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According to a circular issued by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) dated 17.12.2018, documents such as Driving License, Registration Certificate, Insurance and PUC can be presented in the electronic form. The ministry has also written to all the state transport department to treat electronic copies of driving license and other required documents on the Digilocker or mParivahan app as valid and on par with the original. On the Digilocker app, one can upload scanned copies of the documents in PDF, JPEG or PNG format. To use this app, one has to simply download the same in his/her smartphone and create an account with the help of the Aadhar number and mobile number.
The electronic copies of documents are only valid if they are stored in Digilocker or mParivahan app. Producing the same to a traffic police personnel in the form of a clicked image will still land you in trouble. So the next time when you are stopped by the traffic police and asked to produce your documents, you can do the same by showing them the electronic-copies which are stored in the Digilocker or mParivahan app.



Digilocker can save you from steep traffic fines! Carry driving licence, RC, insurance electronically. Here’s how
 
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