In the Motor Vehicles Act,
- section 181 which was first implemented in 1988 is listed as driving without a license.
- A brief description about this is anyone who does not get approved or is not matching the same criteria listed in section 3 and section 4, should be punished for an imprisonment term.
- Term may extend to three months and also may have to pay a fine of five hundred rupees which may also increase to five thousand rupees.
- When anyone drives any vehicle by breaking the rules of section 3 and section 4 of the Motor Vehicles Act, which means to not satisfied with the rules or criteria mentioned under these two sections 3 and 4.
- The offender will be given a punishment of either getting imprisonment for a term which may increase to three months, or they will have to pay a fine amount of five hundred rupees which may extend to five thousand rupees depending upon how serious offend was committed by the person involved in breaking or disobeying the rules writer under this section of the Act.
- This law guarantees that anyone who is driving any type of motor vehicle is equipped with a valid driving license authorized by the Government of India.
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