Sunday, September 15, 2019

New Motor Vehicles Act In Gujarat Provision Of Fines, Check List

The Gujarat government has finalised a fine of Rs 500 for riding without a helmet against Rs 1,000 proposed by the new act. The same amount has been finalised for driving a four-wheeler without wearing a seat-belt.

While the new act fixed a penalty of Rs 5,000 for driving without a licence, the Gujarat government has brought it down to Rs 2,000 for two-wheelers and Rs 3,000 for four-wheelers.

The move by the government came in wake of growing concerns over sharp hike in penalties for traffic violations after the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill went into effect earlier this month. The steep surge in penalties under new Motor Vehicles Act has triggered worry among law-breaking motorists across the country.

While making this announcement, Vijay Rupani claimed that the Gujarat government was not showing leniency to traffic violators by reducing fines. He pointed out that penalties fixed now are still up to 10 times of that charged before the new act came into force.


The new rules will go into effect on September 16
  • We took care of the general public
  • A fine of Rs 500 if not a helmet
  • 500 rupees fine if the seat belt is not built
  • No parking for parking
  • The first time the current vehicle is caught talking on mobile, a fine of Rs 500
  • 1000 rupees fine if caught a second time
  • Two wheeler
  • Put on a public race, on a scooter

IMPORTANT LINK:::

Download official GR From here

ViewMotor Vehicles Act

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