New Traffic Rules In India 2021, Complete Fines List

Published On Feb 08, 2021 11:00 AM By InsuranceDekho

It is always important to be a cautious citizen when riding your bikes on Indian roads. In order to do this, you must be aware of all the rules and regulations as well as their associated penalties.

Are you invested in being a cautious and responsible citizen? It is your responsibility and duty as a bike owner/rider to be aware of all the different traffic laws which apply to you and which you must follow. You should also know about the associated penalties and fines.

What Is The Motor Vehicle Act?

Here are some things which are important to know about the Motor Vehicles Act:

  • It is an act which was introduced in India in 1988-89.
  • It was used by the government to frame some rules and regulations as well as guidelines for using different vehicles in India.
  • It includes details for the Registration of Motor vehicles, Permits Control, Traffic Regulations, and Insurance Penalties.
  • The act states that all drivers of motor vehicles in India should possess a valid driving license at all times.
  • Vehicles must also be registered under this act and have a proper Registration Certificate.

New Traffic Rules In India 2021

Violation

Previous Invoice or Penalty

New Invoice or Penalty

General (177)

Rs 100

Rs 500

Violation of Red Regulation Rules (177A)

Rs 100

Rs 500

Disregard of authority order (179)

Rs 500

Rs 2000

Driving unauthorized car unlicensed (180)

Rs 1000

Rs 5000

Driving despite disqualification (182)

Rs 500

Rs 10000

Driving without license (181)

Rs 500

Rs 5000

Over speeding (183)

Rs 400

Rs 1000

Driving dangerously (184)

Rs 1000

Rs 5000

Drinking and driving (185)

Rs 2000

Rs 10000

Racing and driving at high speed (189)

Rs 500

Rs 5000

Overloading (194)

2 Thousand Rupees and 10000 Rupees per ton extra

20 Thousand Rupees and 2 Thousand Rupees per ton

Seat Belt (194B)

Rs 100

1000 rupees

Driving without permit (192A)

Up to 5 Thousand Rupees

Up to 10 Thousand Rupees

Violation of license condition (193)

Nil

25 Thousand Rupees to 1 Lakh Rupees

Passenger Overloading (194A)

Nil

1000 rupees per passenger

Overloading on a two-wheeler

Rs 100

Rs.2,000 and License for three months

Not wearing a helmet

Rs 100

1000 Rupees and License for three months

On not giving way to emergency vehicle (194E)

Nil

10000 rupees

On driving without insurance (196)

Rs 1000

2000 rupees

Power of authorities to impose documents (206)

Nil

Driving license will be revoked under 183,184,185,189,190,194c, 194D 194E

Crimes committed by enforcement of authority (210B)

Nil

Fine twice under related section

Conclusion

The new fines and penalties associated with violation of regulations are important to be aware of. As a responsible citizen, you must follow traffic regulations at all times.

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Disclaimer: This article is issued in the general public interest and meant for general information purposes only. Readers are advised not to rely on the contents of the article as conclusive in nature and should research further or consult an expert in this regard.

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