UTTARAKHAND TRAFFIC FINES IMPLEMENTED BY THE GOVERNMENT TO TACKLE POLLUTION
Introduction – Uttarakhand traffic fines
Uttarakhand traffic fines have been implemented to new fine rates.
If the vehicle’s pollution clearance papers are incomplete, people from Uttarakhand will have to pay hefty fines.
first-time offenders will indeed charge for Rs 2500, while repeat offenders will charge for Rs 5000.
Recently, a Uttarakhand traffic fine of Rs 1000 is levied.
but it is due to a shortage of pollution check centers all around the state. The state’s government has decided to give people more time.
Sunita Singh, the state’s additional transportation commissioner, clarifies that the decision to give time is due to a shortage of pollution check stations in the state.
From now on, new pollution checks fine rates will enforce.
As per the state transport estimates, over 6.5 lakh vehicles out of a total of 25 lakh in Uttarakhand have clear for pollution.
Fines levied by the central government under the newly amended Motor Vehicle Act 2019 from September 1, 2019, across India.
it has indeed been reducing by nearly half in Uttarakhand.
The fine for allowing unauthorized individuals to drive a vehicle is currently Rs 5000.
Motor Vehicles Act
Whereas it will propose to reduce to Rs 2500 under the new Motor Vehicles Act 2019.
Similarly, the fine for a minor driving a car is currently Rs 5000.
however, the state government is proposing to reduce it to Rs 2500.
The fine for driving by an unfit individual who has been declaring unfit to handle driving has been reduced to Rs 5000.
The fine for incorrect registration has also been reducing to Rs 5000 from Rs 10,000.
the economic penalty for talking on a mobile phone while driving has been reducing to Rs 1000 for the first offense.
Also, Rs 5000 for the second offense under the new Motor Vehicle Act by the center.
Violations of sound and pollution codes, which carry a fine of Rs 10,000, have indeed been reducing to Rs 2500 for first-time violations and Rs 5000 for repeat offenses.
The financial penalty for overloading has also been reducing from Rs 20000 to Rs 2000-5000 under the central law.
The state government has maintained the same fine and penalty, which is a Rs 1000 fine and a three-month suspension of the driver’s license.
The state’s latest amendment keeps the fine for honking horns unnecessarily at Rs 1000 for the very first offense.
Also, Rs 2000 for the second offense and onwards.
After the state government amended the act, a fine of Rs 5000 is levied instead of Rs 10000 under the central law.
Indeed this law for blocking the route of an ambulance.
Similarly, the absence of insurance will charge Rs 1000 and Rs 2000 instead of Rs 2000 and Rs 4000 for two and four-wheelers, respectively.
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