Authorities that might be really bad for car owners announced an important news. This update from Uttar Pradesh Traffic Challan says that a heavy penalty would be paid if drivers break laws, even the smallest. The Uttar Pradesh Government’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has imposed new traffic penalties for traffic offences in the province. According to the study, spitting after the intake of tobacco would draw a great deal of scrutiny from now on not wearing a seat belt while driving or drunk driving.
•SPITTING TOBACCO ON ROADS-
Road spitting is one of the main barriers to keeping our country clean. If people use public transit or luxury vehicles, it’s just not appropriate to spit on the sidewalks. Every now and then people used to spit on roads by chewing tobacco. There is no fear of people spraying gutkha and tobacco on the road. The key goal of this is to teach them a stern lesson and to keep cleanliness in town. So a fine up to Rs 500 will be imposed to these people and It should be remembered that spitting tobacco on the road will get you a challan up to Rs 1,000 in a few of the major cities.
•CHILDREN NOT WEARING SEATBELT-
When kids can comfortably sit on their seat back and bend their legs over the side of the car they can start wearing a normal seatbelt. This is usually performed when children between 8 and 12 years old and about 4 foot 9 inches (about 150 cm) tall.
To act properly, seatbelts must be worn appropriately. Make sure the lapbelt slips easily over the cubicles (not the belly) and your kid doesn’t slouch. The belt should go through the chest and shoulder, never under the arm of an infant, either behind the back or through the throat. If anyone fails to do so than a fine of Rs 1000 will be imposed because child safety is one of the most important parts of this process.
•RIDING TWO-WHEELERS WITHOUT HELMET-
Driving two-wheels without a helmet would now be expensive for drivers in Uttar Pradesh to ensure that the second person is using a helmet while riding.
The transport authority in the State made it clear that helmets are obligatory for all double-wheelers even riding in the back seat. So if the person not wearing helmet who is sitting in back seat shall be liable to pay a fine up to Rs 1000.
•TRIPLING ON TWO WHEELER-
If you find that when you’ve been caught for triple riding, think again because for this act Uttar Pradesh government will impose a fine of Rs 1000 for this act.
•TAKE A TURN WITHOUT USING THE CAR INDICATOR-
If you are turning left or right in the road without using indicators than a fine of Rs 500 which may goes extend up to Rs 1500 so be aware of this and make sure to use your indicators while turning in the road.
•USING MOBILE PHONE WHILE DRIVING-
In addition to posing a safety risk, the use of cell phones when driving puts a deep hole into our wallet. For using mobile phones while driving a fine of Rs 500 which may extend to Rs 1500 can be imposed so as to have risk free driving this step has been taken by the government.
•USING CASTE, POLITICAL OR RELIGIONS STICKERS ON CARS-
On their plates and rear window challans were given two and four-wheeler with non-authored sticks that signify caste, faith, occupation, affiliation to political parties, etc. The Uttar Pradesh Traffic Department has also given an order to discipline drivers who show caste, religion, occupation, and membership in their vehicles with political parties. Both graphics on vehicle number plates are unlawfully subject to a penalty of Rs 500 that can stretch to Rs 1500.
•USING PRESSURE HORNS
Many time vehicle owners use loud hours which leads to sound pollution and also disturbing to the society. Many time when there is red signal in the traffic knowingly the drivers blow unnecessary horns such acts may lead to fine of Rs 10000 as decided by the government.
•NOT GIVING SIDE TO AMBULANCE
Many patients cannot able to get proper treatment and die in the road this happens because people don’t give sides on road to avoid such acts a fine of Rs 10000 will be imposed upon these peoples.
•DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL
For all of us driving a car is vital because it provides luxury, status and freedom. In other words, it is a means of simplifying the way of life by flipping between locations. It is a duty to drive without alcohol influence. They are to withhold greater liability that can result from an injury. So if a person has drunk and driving on the road than he shall be imposed a fine of Rs 10000 as decided by the Uttar Pradesh government.