If you do not follow the traffic rules and according to the new traffic rules, an invoice of Rs 23000 can be deducted for your scooter. For driving a scooter without your driving license – Rs. 5000 fine, for driving without registration certificate (RC) – Rs. You may have to pay a fine of Rs.
The case dates back to September 2019 when the new traffic rules came into force. At that time, Dinesh Madan’s invoice of Rs 23,000 was deducted while taking action against non-compliance. On this whole matter, he had to say that he wanted the car papers from his house, but by then the Haryana Traffic Police had cut off his consignment. Dinesh Madan said that the total price of his scooter at that time was only 15 thousand rupees. Obey the traffic rules or it may happen to you.
If you talk on the phone while driving, the invoice will not be deducted, see this rule
You can talk on the phone while driving. Yes, according to traffic rules, no traffic police can cut your invoice for doing so. If he does, you can challenge it in court. In fact, as a rule, if a driver speaks on his phone using the handsfree communication feature while driving, it will not be considered a punishable offense. The driver does not have to pay any fine for this. This information was given in the Lok Sabha by the Minister of Road Transport and Highways himself.
In the Lok Sabha, Hibi Eden asked whether there was any provision under Section 184 (c) of the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 to penalize the use of handsfree communication features in motor vehicles. In response to this question, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that Section 184 (c) of the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 provides for punishment for the use of hand-held communication devices while driving. Vehicles He added that there is no penalty for using hands-free communication devices in vehicles.
Now 2000 invoices will be deducted even after having all the paperwork
According to the new traffic rules, even if you have all the documents of your car, your invoice of Rs 2,000 can be deducted. Today we will tell you how it can happen. In fact, under the Motor Vehicle Act, if you misbehave with a traffic police member while checking vehicle documents or in any other way, then under Rule 179 MVA, he has the right to deduct your 2000 invoice.
It has been seen many times that we start arguing with the police about something and that argument turns out to be so bad behavior. In such cases, you are advised not to misbehave with the traffic police and if the police misbehave with you, you have the option to file a complaint and take the matter to court.