Offences and punishment fine under the motor

Any person travelling on the running board or on the top or on the bonnet of a motor vehicle. Driving without holding an effective driving license S. A line for the purpose of this regulation shall not be less than 50 millimetres in width at any part and may be either in white, black or yellow.

When the driver or conductor of a motor vehicle is accused of any offence under the M. Any person driving or permitting to drive in any public place a motor vehicle which violates the provisions of M. When any person is injured or any property of a third party is damaged in a motor vehicle accident, the driver or person incharge of the vehicle: Violation of restriction of time specified roads or areas.

When about to stop, the driver shall raise his right forearm vertically outside of and to the right of the vehicle, palm to the right. Driver, in a public place, failing to produce his licence, on demand, to any police officer in uniform.

Failure by the owner to report the transfer of the vehicle to the registering authority in a prescribed time limit. A driver allowing any person to obstruct his control on the vehicle. Disqualified person driving a vehicle or ii applying for or obtaining a driving licence or iii seeking a licence without disclosing endorsements made on driving licence preciously held Section 23 read with Section 1 of the MV.

Act 3 months or Rs. Driver and pillion rider failing to wear protective head gear Helmet S. When turning to the right draw as near as near as may be to the centre of the road which the driver is entering.

Driving refusing to stop and submit his vehicle to weighing or removing the load prior to weighing S. Unsafe or unseaworthy Found to be not a true vessel and is being used as a wharf or pontoon Deemed environmentally hazardous. Carrying of explosive and highly inflammable substance in transport vehicle.

Driving motor vehicle without number plates Not displaying number plate R. All registeration and other marks required to be exhibited on a motor vehicle by or under the Act shall at all times be maintained in a clear and legible condition.

Section read with Section of the MV Act. Failure of the owner or the driver or a person in charge of the motor vehicle on demand by the registering authority or any officer of the Motor Vehicles Department to produce: Any person driving or owner permitting to drive vehicle without effective registration or displaying false registration marks in any public or in any other place.

Driving refusing to stop and submit his vehicle to weighing or removing the load prior to weighing S.

SOME OFFENCES AND PUNISHMENT/FINE UNDER THE MOTOR VEHICLES ACT, 1988

These penalties are the on-the-spot penalties, and can be considerably higher if dealt with by a court. Make-use of a cut-out by which gases are released other than through the silencer. Disqualified person driving a vehicle or ii applying for or obtaining a driving licence or iii seeking a licence without disclosing endorsements made on driving licence preciously held Section 23 read with Section 1 of the MV.

Taking 'U' Turn No driver shall take a 'U' turn where 'U' turn is especially prohibited and on a busy traffic road. Driving a vehicle at an excessive speed Section read with Section 1 of the MV.

Anti-social behaviour New legislation introduced in Octobertargets people who use a vessel in a dangerous, intimidating or threatening way or who drive with excessive speed on our waterways. Driver's failure to make prescribed signals on prescribed occasions S.

Failure to take precautions at unguarded Railway level crossings S. One month or Rs. This zone extends metres from the bow and 60 metres either side of a naval vessel whilst it is underway. Violation of restriction of time specified roads or areas.

Any person travelling on the running board or on the top or on the bonnet of a motor vehicle. When the driver or conductor of a motor vehicle is accused of any offence under the MV Act, the owner of such vehicle failing, on demand, by a police officer authorized to give information regarding the name and address of and the licence held by the driver.

Fire Service Vehicles And Ambulances To Be Given Free Passage Each driver shall on the approach of a fire service vehicle or an ambulance allow it free passage by drawing it to the side of the road. Sound the horn in silence zones. Right Of Way Pedestrians have the right of way at uncontrolled pedestrian crossings.

The penalty or court attendance notice will be issued to the owner of the vessel. Sikhs who wear a turban while driving. Abandoning or permitting to abandon a vehicle by a person in charge of the vehicle in a public place.

Passing To The Right Except as provided in regulation 5, the driver of a motor vehicle shall pass to the right of all traffic proceeding in the same direction as himself. The owner of such vehicle failing, on demand, by a police officer authorised to give information regarding the name and address of and the license held by the driver or conductor.OFFENCES AND PUNISHMENT/FINE UNDER THE MOTOR VEHICLES ACT, & THE CENTRAL MOTOR VEHICLES RULES, AT A GLANCE Sl.

No. Description of offence Section/Rule Maximum of punishment Term of Imprisonment/Fine 1.

Offences and penalties

Driving without holding an effective driving licence S.3r/wS. of MV Act 3months or Rs. Penalties under MVA. The Motor Vehicle Act (MVA)Central Motor Vehicle Rules, and State Motor Vehicle Rules are the legal instruments for the conduct of road traffic in India.

Some of the common offences and the consequent penalties are listed below: First Offence: Fine up to Rs. (not less than Rs. ) or Imprisonment up. OFFENCES, PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE an offence under this Ordinance, with fine which may extend to four hundred taka.

Driving without licence - Whoever drives a motor vehicle or public service vehicle or whoever causes or allows a motor vehicle or public service vehicle to be driven in.

Penalties under MVA. The Motor Vehicle Act (MVA)Central Motor Vehicle Rules, and State Motor Vehicle Rules are the legal instruments for the conduct of road traffic in India. Some of the common offences and the consequent penalties are listed below: First Offence: Fine up to Rs.

(not less than Rs. ) or Imprisonment. SOME COMMON OFFENCES UNDER CENTRAL MOTOR VEHICLE RULES, 1. Running a driving school without a proper license.

Rule 24 of Central Motor Vehicle Rules read with Section Rs.

Detailed list of offences under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

for the first offence. Up to Rs. for the second or subsequent offence. 2. Using a mobile phone while driving a vehicle. Sep 29,  · punishment: 3months imprisonment or Rs. fine or both. Holding of a driving licence permitting it to be used by other person Section 6(2) read with Section of the agronumericus.com punishment: Rs.

for the first offence and Rs for subsequent offenses.

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