Watch: To Avoid Fines For No Helmets, Riders Walk Past Cops With Vehicles

Dozens of riders pass by the traffic policemen walking with their vehicles without being stopped. There is no law against walking without helmets, the video's caption says.

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Watch: To Avoid Fines For No Helmets, Riders Walk Past Cops With Vehicles

The hilarious video, shared by Haryana IPS officer Pankaj Nain has Twitter in splits


New Delhi: 

The new hefty fines for traffic violations has law-breaking motorists worried sick. On Tuesday, a scooter rider was fined Rs 23,000 in Gurgaon for not carrying his vehicle's registration documents and his driving licence. These tightened rules have led a number people to find innovative ways to cock a snook at an expensive challan.

People without helmets get down from their motorcycles and scooters and walk with their vehicles past a number of traffic policemen, in an undated video that has surfaced on social media. It is not clear where or when the incident happened; the video appears to be shot in the evening. Since the tightened regulations, a number of such videos and memes have gone viral.

Dozens of riders pass by the traffic policemen walking with their vehicles without being stopped. There is no law against walking without helmets, the video's caption says.

The hilarious video, shared by Haryana IPS officer Pankaj Nain has Twitter in splits.

Mr Nain's tweet has been liked over 1,600 times. He also urged people to follow traffic rules to avoid such situations.

The IPS officer has also tweets a few other hilarious pictures urging people to follow traffic rules.

The Gurgaon rider who was fined Rs 23,000 for various traffic violations on Tuesday made headlines as the man claimed his scooter's worth is Rs 15,000 - Rs 7,000 less than the massive fined slapped on him.

Under the new rules, the fine for riding a two-wheeler without a helmet has been upped to Rs 1000 from Rs 100. Using cellphones while driving can invite a fine between Rs 1,000-5,000 - up from Rs 1,000.

For drunk driving, the fine has been hiked from Rs 2,000 to Rs 10,000. Speeding has a penalty anywhere between Rs 1,000- Rs 2,000. The law came into effect on September 1.



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