Traffic Rules Violators Get Ready to Pay Huge Fines if Caught!
Mangaluru: In exercise of the powers conferred by section 200 of the motor vehicles Act 1988, (Central Act 59 of 1988) read with section 21 of the general clauses Act 1897 the government of Karnataka hereby has amended the notification No TRD 309 SAEPA 2006, Bengaluru dated 29th October 2007 published on 12 October 2007 in part IV A No 1879 of the Karnataka Gazette as specified below.
In the said notification whoever drives a vehicle or causes a vehicle to be driven at a speed exceeding the maximum speed fixed Rs 1000 penalty will be imposed under section 183(1). Driving dangerously or using a mobile phone while driving or carrying goods with load projection on either side in dangerous manner penalty of Rs 1000 will be imposed for the first offense and Rs 2000 for the second and subsequent offenses for any class of vehicles.
Driving or causing or allowing to drive an uninsured vehicle, a penalty of Rs 1000 will be imposed. The conductor failing to issue ticket to a person in a stage carriage on payment of fare, fails or refuses to accept the fare when tendered or fails or refuses to issue ticket or issues an invalid ticket or a ticket of a lesser value or to check any pass or ticket either wilfully or negligently fails or refuses to do so a penalty of Rs 500 will be imposed.
Driving a motor vehicle or allowing a motor vehicle to be driven on the public road without registration a penalty of Rs 5000 will be imposed for the first offense and Rs 10000 will be imposed for subsequent offenses for any class of vehicles.
Driving a transport vehicle or allowing a transport vehicle to be driven on a public road without a certificate of fitness a penalty of Rs 2000 will be imposed for the first offense and Rs 5000 for the second offense and subsequent offenses for any class of vehicle.
Using of the vehicle in an unsafe manner in public place violating road safety rules, wrong parking, parking of a vehicle in a dangerous manner and parking of a vehicle in no parking place, Rs 1000 penalty will be imposed.
Those who have the habit of violating the traffic rules will face the consequences by paying huge Fines. For the safety of the people and self, those who ride, or drive should follow the traffic rules very carefully to avoid penalties.