New Traffic Rules


'New Traffic Rules' - 13 News Result(s)

  • 577 Crores Collected Since New Traffic Rules Came Into Effect: Centre

    577 Crores Collected Since New Traffic Rules Came Into Effect: Centre

    The Centre on Thursday informed the Lok Sabha that the number of road accidents and fatalities have reduced as well as the government has earned over Rs 577 crore revenue through challans since the implementation of Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019.

  • Kerala Minister Writes To Centre For "Flexibility" In New Traffic Rules

    Kerala Minister Writes To Centre For "Flexibility" In New Traffic Rules

    Kerala State Transport Minister AK Saseendran has written to Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, objecting to the hefty fines under the amended Motor Vehicle Act, asking for flexibility for states to fix the fines.

  • Before New Traffic Rules, Truck Driver Was Fined Rs 6 Lakh In Odisha

    Before New Traffic Rules, Truck Driver Was Fined Rs 6 Lakh In Odisha

    A Nagaland-registered truck was fined Rs 6.53 lakh for seven traffic violations in Odisha's Sambalpur. But, this was not under the new Motor Vehicles Act.

  • Nitin Gadkari Defends Steep Road Fines As BJP-Ruled Gujarat Slashes Them

    Nitin Gadkari Defends Steep Road Fines As BJP-Ruled Gujarat Slashes Them

    Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today appealed to states against softening a new law that imposes steep fines for traffic violations, a day after his own party's government in Gujarat slashed penalties. "This isn't a revenue income scheme, are you not worried about deaths of 1,50,000 people," the Road Transport minister said, without naming any state.

  • Rajasthan Truck Owner Fined Rs 1.41 Lakh For Overloading Vehicle

    Rajasthan Truck Owner Fined Rs 1.41 Lakh For Overloading Vehicle

    As motorists across the nation grapple with a sharp hike in penalties for traffic violations, a truck owner from Rajasthan was on Tuesday fined over Rs 1 lakh for overloading his vehicle.

  • Gujarat Reduces Fines For Helmet, Seatbelt And Licence Violations

    Gujarat Reduces Fines For Helmet, Seatbelt And Licence Violations

    The Gujarat government on Tuesday reduced fine amounts for breaking traffic rules, stipulated in the new Motor Vehicles Act passed recently.

  • Truck Driver In Odisha Fined More Than Rs 80,000 Under New Traffic Rules

    Truck Driver In Odisha Fined More Than Rs 80,000 Under New Traffic Rules

    A truck driver with a vehicle with Nagaland registration number was fined Rs 86,500 by the Regional Transport Officer in Sambalpur under the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019.

  • Upto 5,000 Challans Issued Everyday In Delhi After Amended Traffic Rules

    Upto 5,000 Challans Issued Everyday In Delhi After Amended Traffic Rules

    The Delhi Police has issued around 4,000-5,000 challans on an average per day for violating traffic rules since the day the new motor vehicles act came into effect from Sunday.

  • "Scooty Worth 15,000": Delhi Man Fined Rs. 23,000 Under New Traffic Laws

    "Scooty Worth 15,000": Delhi Man Fined Rs. 23,000 Under New Traffic Laws

    A Gurgaon scooter rider has been fined Rs 23,000 for not carrying his vehicle's registration documents and his driving licence, days after the amended Motor Vehicle law came into effect. The man, Dinesh Madan, later said that the value of his scooter is Rs 15,000, adding that he will carry his documents from now on.

  • Rajasthan, Gujarat Wary Of New Traffic Rules, May Dilute Tough Penalties

    Rajasthan, Gujarat Wary Of New Traffic Rules, May Dilute Tough Penalties

    The centre's new law imposing hefty fines on traffic violations has worried the states. Both Congress-ruled Rajasthan and BJP-ruled Gujarat, are looking for ways to lighten the rules that now call for a Rs 1000 fine for riding a two-wheeler without helmet and jailing of parents when underage teens take the wheels.

  • Odd-Even For Another Week for Delhi, Court Won't Cancel It

    Odd-Even For Another Week for Delhi, Court Won't Cancel It

    The Arvind Kejriwal government's Odd-Even scheme will continue till January 15 as planned, the Delhi High Court ruled today and said it would continue hearing petitions challenging the new traffic rules on February 15.

  • Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Despite being turned down recently, Delhi's lawyers aren't taking "No" for an answer. In the High Court today, they argued anew to be exempted from the new traffic rules for the capital that ban private cars on alternate days -a scheme dubbed "odd-even" because cars with license plates ending in odd numbers are allowed on the road on odd-numbered d...

  • Traffic rule breakers, beware. Tougher fines and jail term

    Traffic rule breakers, beware. Tougher fines and jail term

    Those who like to talk on their cellphones while driving need to revise their habit. The union cabinet is expected to approve an array of amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act. These will amp up the punishment for not using seat-belts, jumping red lights, and driving drunk. The new rules will apply across the country. The new rules will apply acros...

'New Traffic Rules' - 13 Video Result(s)

'New Traffic Rules' - 13 News Result(s)

  • 577 Crores Collected Since New Traffic Rules Came Into Effect: Centre

    577 Crores Collected Since New Traffic Rules Came Into Effect: Centre

    The Centre on Thursday informed the Lok Sabha that the number of road accidents and fatalities have reduced as well as the government has earned over Rs 577 crore revenue through challans since the implementation of Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019.

  • Kerala Minister Writes To Centre For "Flexibility" In New Traffic Rules

    Kerala Minister Writes To Centre For "Flexibility" In New Traffic Rules

    Kerala State Transport Minister AK Saseendran has written to Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, objecting to the hefty fines under the amended Motor Vehicle Act, asking for flexibility for states to fix the fines.

  • Before New Traffic Rules, Truck Driver Was Fined Rs 6 Lakh In Odisha

    Before New Traffic Rules, Truck Driver Was Fined Rs 6 Lakh In Odisha

    A Nagaland-registered truck was fined Rs 6.53 lakh for seven traffic violations in Odisha's Sambalpur. But, this was not under the new Motor Vehicles Act.

  • Nitin Gadkari Defends Steep Road Fines As BJP-Ruled Gujarat Slashes Them

    Nitin Gadkari Defends Steep Road Fines As BJP-Ruled Gujarat Slashes Them

    Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today appealed to states against softening a new law that imposes steep fines for traffic violations, a day after his own party's government in Gujarat slashed penalties. "This isn't a revenue income scheme, are you not worried about deaths of 1,50,000 people," the Road Transport minister said, without naming any state.

  • Rajasthan Truck Owner Fined Rs 1.41 Lakh For Overloading Vehicle

    Rajasthan Truck Owner Fined Rs 1.41 Lakh For Overloading Vehicle

    As motorists across the nation grapple with a sharp hike in penalties for traffic violations, a truck owner from Rajasthan was on Tuesday fined over Rs 1 lakh for overloading his vehicle.

  • Gujarat Reduces Fines For Helmet, Seatbelt And Licence Violations

    Gujarat Reduces Fines For Helmet, Seatbelt And Licence Violations

    The Gujarat government on Tuesday reduced fine amounts for breaking traffic rules, stipulated in the new Motor Vehicles Act passed recently.

  • Truck Driver In Odisha Fined More Than Rs 80,000 Under New Traffic Rules

    Truck Driver In Odisha Fined More Than Rs 80,000 Under New Traffic Rules

    A truck driver with a vehicle with Nagaland registration number was fined Rs 86,500 by the Regional Transport Officer in Sambalpur under the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019.

  • Upto 5,000 Challans Issued Everyday In Delhi After Amended Traffic Rules

    Upto 5,000 Challans Issued Everyday In Delhi After Amended Traffic Rules

    The Delhi Police has issued around 4,000-5,000 challans on an average per day for violating traffic rules since the day the new motor vehicles act came into effect from Sunday.

  • "Scooty Worth 15,000": Delhi Man Fined Rs. 23,000 Under New Traffic Laws

    "Scooty Worth 15,000": Delhi Man Fined Rs. 23,000 Under New Traffic Laws

    A Gurgaon scooter rider has been fined Rs 23,000 for not carrying his vehicle's registration documents and his driving licence, days after the amended Motor Vehicle law came into effect. The man, Dinesh Madan, later said that the value of his scooter is Rs 15,000, adding that he will carry his documents from now on.

  • Rajasthan, Gujarat Wary Of New Traffic Rules, May Dilute Tough Penalties

    Rajasthan, Gujarat Wary Of New Traffic Rules, May Dilute Tough Penalties

    The centre's new law imposing hefty fines on traffic violations has worried the states. Both Congress-ruled Rajasthan and BJP-ruled Gujarat, are looking for ways to lighten the rules that now call for a Rs 1000 fine for riding a two-wheeler without helmet and jailing of parents when underage teens take the wheels.

  • Odd-Even For Another Week for Delhi, Court Won't Cancel It

    Odd-Even For Another Week for Delhi, Court Won't Cancel It

    The Arvind Kejriwal government's Odd-Even scheme will continue till January 15 as planned, the Delhi High Court ruled today and said it would continue hearing petitions challenging the new traffic rules on February 15.

  • Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Chief Justice Carpools, But Delhi Lawyers Find That Too Tough

    Despite being turned down recently, Delhi's lawyers aren't taking "No" for an answer. In the High Court today, they argued anew to be exempted from the new traffic rules for the capital that ban private cars on alternate days -a scheme dubbed "odd-even" because cars with license plates ending in odd numbers are allowed on the road on odd-numbered d...

  • Traffic rule breakers, beware. Tougher fines and jail term

    Traffic rule breakers, beware. Tougher fines and jail term

    Those who like to talk on their cellphones while driving need to revise their habit. The union cabinet is expected to approve an array of amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act. These will amp up the punishment for not using seat-belts, jumping red lights, and driving drunk. The new rules will apply across the country. The new rules will apply acros...

'New Traffic Rules' - 13 Video Result(s)

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