Big news for two-wheeler drivers. Even if you are wearing a helmet, a traffic invoice of Rs 2,000 can be deducted. According to the new traffic rules, according to the rule 194D MVA, your invoice of Rs.1000 and if you are wearing a faulty helmet (excluding BIS) then your invoice of Rs.1000 according to 194D MVA can be deducted. In such a situation, despite wearing a helmet, if you do not follow the new rules, you may face an invoice of Rs 2,000. Our aim is to make you aware of traffic rules. So that road accidents can also be prevented.
More than 20,000 invoices will be cut, do not make this mistake
Also, under the new Motor Vehicle Act, you may have to pay a fine of Rs 20,000 for overloading the car. In addition, an additional fine of Rs 2,000 per tonne has to be paid for doing so. There have been incidents in the past where thousands of consignments have been cut.
How to know if the invoice has been cut
Go to the website https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in. Select the Run check status option. You will get the Invoice Number, Vehicle Number and Driving License Number (DL) options. Select the vehicle number option. Fill in the required information and click ‘Get Details’. Now the status of the invoice can be seen.
How to fill online traffic invoice
Go to https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/. Fill in the required details and captcha regarding the invoice and click on Get Details. A new page will open where the details of the invoice will be displayed. Find the invoice you want. In addition to the invoice, there will be an option for online payment, click on it. Fill in the payment information. Confirm payment. Now your online invoice has been completed.