New traffic rules: 2000 rupees challan can be deducted even for driving a vehicle wearing a helmet, know the new rule

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New traffic rules: 2000 rupees challan can be deducted even for driving a vehicle wearing a helmet, know the new rule
New traffic rules: 2000 rupees challan can be deducted even for driving a vehicle wearing a helmet, know the new rule

New traffic rules: Under the New Motor Vehicle Act, even after wearing a helmet, your traffic police can deduct a challan of Rs 2000. There is no need to be surprised about this. This rule has been made by the central government for your safety, so that there is no negligence while driving any vehicle.

New traffic rules: Under the New Motor Vehicle Act, it is mandatory for two wheeler drivers to drive a vehicle wearing a helmet. Along with this, it is necessary for the person sitting behind to wear a helmet.

You must be aware that the traffic police can deduct your challan for not wearing a helmet, but do you know that even wearing a helmet can deduct your challan? Don’t be surprised… Actually, according to the new traffic rule, even wearing a helmet, a challan of Rs 2000 can be deducted. Why will the challan be deducted even when wearing a helmet? Today we are going to give you complete information about it.

According to the new traffic rule, if the two-wheeler driver is wearing a helmet and he does not tie the helmet strip, it also comes in violation of the rule. For breaking this rule, a full Rs 1000 can be challaned under the 194D Motor Vehicle Act.

Now you must be thinking that if this is a challan of only one thousand, then let us tell you that according to the new traffic rule, you can be challaned for 1000 rupees even if you wear any inferior quality helmet.

Therefore, whenever you buy a helmet, first check its quality. The helmet should bear the BIS registration mark, which completely protects your head. Otherwise your challan will be deducted under 194D MVA.

At the same time, the rules were also changed by the Ministry of Road Transport and National Highways to carry children below four years of age on two-wheelers. According to the new traffic rules, two-wheeler drivers are required to use a harness belt along with a helmet to carry children.

Along with this, it is mandatory to keep the speed of the vehicle up to 40 kmph during this time. Violation of this rule is punishable with a fine of Rs 1000 and the driver’s DL can also be suspended for three months.

Invoice deducted or not, know how

If you want to check whether your challan has not been deducted, then you can visit the official website of Transport Corporation https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in. Go to the site and select the option of Check Challan Status.

After this, select the option of Challan Number, Vehicle Number or Driving License Number. Fill the information asked on the number option. After this, the status will appear as soon as you click on Get Detail.

If your challan has been deducted, then you go to the official website of the Transport Department https://echallan.parivahan.gov.in/ and fill the captcha code with the necessary information related to the challan.

Then click on Gate Details. After this a new page will open, where you will have to fill the details of the challan. Select the challan you want to pay. Along with the challan, you will see the option of online payment, after clicking on it, you will have to fill the information related to the payment. After confirming the payment, you can fill the challan online.

 

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