Section 182 : Driving despite disqualification

In the Motor Vehicles Act, section 182 which was first implemented in 1988 was listed as driving despite disqualification. A brief explanation of this section is that any person who is banned or precluded for having or obtaining a driving license is caught driving, appeals to applyfor any driving license, obtains a driving license without revealing the reason of disqualification on the last driving license or even a conductor not qualifying for getting a conductor license with any of the case stated above, they shall be getting a punishment of imprisonment of a term which may increase to three months, or paying a fine amount which may increase to five hundred rupees or both of these.
Anyone who is disqualified or banned from acquiring or getting a driving license is caught driving a motor vehicle, they apply or obtains a driving license, or obtains a driving license without revealing the reason of last driving license ban, should be given a punishment of imprisonment of a term which may increase to three months, or pay a fine amount which may get up to five hundred rupees, or both of them, also any license acquired by the offender should be not valid or legal.
Any person who is being banned or disqualified under this act for having or possessing a conductor’s license, proceeds to become a conductor of a stage carrier in a common public place, appeals to apply for conductor license even after being disqualified, or obtains a conductor license without revealing the ban on the previous conductor license, they should be punished with imprisonment of a term going up to one month, or by paying a fine amount which may increase to one hundred rupees or both of them, any license obtained by the offender should be not valid or legal.
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