Mangalore to Soon Implement New Traffic Penalties: Fine Goes Upto Rs 25,000

Mangalore to Soon Implement New Traffic Penalties: Fine Goes Upto Rs 25,000

September 3:  The revised Motor Vehicle Act by the Union government came into effect from Sunday, Sep 1. As per the new rule, penalties for various traffic rule violation like overspeeding, driving without license, drink and drive have increased. The new rules and penalties are not implemented so far in Mangalore as the order has not yet reached Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts.
Below mentioned is the new list of Fine: 
Under Section 177, the fine for violation of general traffic rules will be Rs. 500.
Under Section 177A, violation of rules and road regulations will attract a fine of Rs. 500.
Under Section 178, the fine for ticketless travel has been revised from Rs. 200 to Rs. 500.
Under Section 179, disobeying the orders of the traffic police will attract a fine of Rs. 2000.
Under Section 180, motorists using vehicles without a valid Registration Certificate (RC book) will have to pay Rs. 5000.
Under Section 181, the fine levied for using a vehicle without a Drivers License (DL) will be Rs. 5000.
Under Section 182, driving vehicles after cancellation of Drivers License (DL) will attract a fine of Rs. 10,000.
Under Section 182B, oversized vehicles (vehicles that are not as per specified dimensions) will be fined at Rs. 5000.
Under Section 183, overspeeding will attract a fine of Rs. 1000 for Light Motor Vehicles (LMV) and Rs. 2000 for Medium sized vehicles.
Under Section 184, rash and negligent driving will be fined upto Rs. 5000.
Under Section 185, drunken driving will attract a fine upto Rs. 10,000.
Under Section 189, drag racing will be fined at Rs. 10,000.
Under Section 192A, driving vehicles without a valid permit will attract a fine of upto Rs. 10,000.
Under Section 193, violation of license conditions will attract a fine between Rs. 25,000 and Rs. 1 lakh.
Under Section 194, overloading will be fined at Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 2000 per extra tonne.
Under Section 194A, overloading of passengers will be fined at Rs. 1000 per extra passenger.
Under Section 194B, not wearing a seat belt will attract a fine of Rs. 1000.
Under Section 194C, riding a two wheeler with more than two passengers (overloading) will be fined for Rs. 2000, along with suspension of license for 3 months.
Under Section 194D, helmetless riding will attract a fine of Rs. 1000, along with 3-month suspension of license.
Under Section 194E, blocking passage of emergency vehicles (fire engine, ambulance) will be fined at Rs. 10,000.
Under Section 196, using vehicles without insurance will attract a fine of Rs. 2000.
Under Section 199, violations by juveniles will result in the juvenile being tried under the Juvenile Justice (JJ) Act. Meanwhile, the parent or guardian of the juvenile will be fined with Rs. 25,000 and a 3-year imprisonment, while the registration of the vehicle will be cancelled.

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