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New Delhi. On 9 August 2019, with the approval of President Ram Nath Kovind to the Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill, 2019, the new Motor Vehicle Act came into force in the country. Since then, there are many questions in the minds of people, which till date have not got a proper answer. In such a situation, we have brought in front of you some rules of the new Motor Vehicle Act, after knowing which you will remain tension free.
Under the new law, a fine of Rs 10,000 will be imposed for not giving way to emergency vehicles and driving without being disqualified. Aggregators violating driving license rules will be fined up to Rs 1 lakh. Speeding will attract a fine of Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,000.
(1) Under section 178, for traveling without a ticket, a fine of Rs 500 will have to be paid.
(2) Under section 179, for not obeying the orders of the authorities, now a fine of Rs 2000 will have to be paid.
(3) Driving a vehicle without a license under section 181 will attract a fine of Rs 5000.
(4) Driving a vehicle even after being disqualified under section 182 will attract a fine of Rs 10,000.
(5) Under section 183, now overspeeding (driving a vehicle faster than the prescribed speed limit) will have to pay a fine of Rs 1000 for LMV, while a fine of Rs 2000 will be given for MPV.
(6) Under section 184, driving in a dangerous manner will now attract a fine of up to Rs 5000.
(7) Under section 185, there is a provision of fine of Rs 10,000 for driving under the influence of alcohol.
(8) Under section 189, there is now a provision of a fine of Rs 5000 for speeding / racing.
(9) Under section 1921A, now driving a vehicle without a permit will have to pay a fine of up to Rs 10,000.
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(10) Under section 193 there is a provision of fine ranging from 25,000 to 1 lakh for breaking the license rules.
(11) Under section 194, there is a provision for a fine of Rs.2000 and an additional Rs.20,000 per tonne and Rs.2000 per tonne for overloading (in case of goods exceeding the prescribed limit).
(12) Under section 194A, now overloading (in case of more passengers than the capacity) Rs 1000 per extra passenger
(13) Under section 194B, now a fine of 1000 rupees will have to be paid for not wearing the seat belt.
(14) Under section 194C, now overloading of scooters and bikes, ie more than two people, can be fined up to Rs 2000 and license can be canceled for 3 months.
(15) Under section 194D, now without helmet, a fine of up to Rs 1000 and license can be canceled for 3 months.
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(16) Under section 194E, now a fine of up to Rs 10,000 can be imposed for not giving way to emergency vehicles like ambulances.
(17) Under section 196, now driving a vehicle without insurance will have to pay a fine of Rs 2000.
(18) Now the guardian / owner will be held guilty in case of offense of minors under section 199. There is a provision of imprisonment up to 3 years. The case will be run against the minor under the Juveline Act, the registration of the vehicle will also be cancelled.
(19) Right to suspend driving license under section 183, 184, 185, 189, 190, 194C, 194D, 194E of officers
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