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      Motor Vehicle Act 2019

      Motor Vehicle Act 2019 is talk of the country since September 1 and we do not have a thread for the same. So though of starting this thread. Since it's implementation I see a great change in the driving behavior in Noida (Ulta Pradesh) at least. My car has been rear ended could of times because i used to halt at the red signal and now almost all the cars halt at the red signal. Also very few people driving on the wrong side.

      Since it's implementation driving on the roads of Noida has become easier.

      Below link provides comparison between the old fines and the new fines.

      https://www.cardekho.com/india-car-n...ders-24278.htm

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      #Mods can you please change ant to any* in the poll.

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      what kind of change? Specify. the penalties have changed for sure.
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      No Difference yet in Bangalore because Bangalore traffic police is not interested in collecting new fines. Vehicles are still jumping red lights, and 2-wheelers and 3-wheels (and some 4-wheelers) are still using right side of road-divider as earlier. Bikes are still running on footpaths, cars and bikes are still parked on footpath. One-ways are still 2-ways for all type of vehicles. So no change at all in Bangalore.
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      Quote Originally Posted by speed79 View Post
      No Difference yet in Bangalore because Bangalore traffic police is not interested in collecting new fines. Vehicles are still jumping red lights, and 2-wheelers and 3-wheels (and some 4-wheelers) are still using right side of road-divider as earlier. Bikes are still running on footpaths, cars and bikes are still parked on footpath. One-ways are still 2-ways for all type of vehicles. So no change at all in Bangalore.
      Find hereunder the list of fine collected by Bangalore Traffic police between 4th September and 9th September as per their facebook post.

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      But as you said in spite of such high fines charged/collected, people are still violating rules.
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      Wearing lungi and banyan while driving truck may attract hefthy fine, so beware.

      Truck drivers wearing lungi-banyan to be FINED Rs. 2,000 in Uttar Pradesh


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      Quote Originally Posted by Jack Sparrow View Post
      Wearing lungi and banyan while driving truck may attract hefthy fine, so beware.

      Truck drivers wearing lungi-banyan to be FINED Rs. 2,000 in Uttar Pradesh

      That's so unfair


      But not much change in Bangalore. Lots of people without helmets having fun on the streets in their bikes.


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      I never noticed the jackets and the color coordination before. The guy in the right wears a jacket and shirt which matches the color of scooter on the left?
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      Another interesting fine. This sure is required as over loading causes lot's of accidents on Indian highways.

      Rajasthan truck driver fined Rs 1.41 lakh in Delhi | india news | Hindustan Times

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      Now its interesting...it seems that Govt is all out to crush the automobile sector...bulldoze it....and recreate the automobile sector EV friendly. If the concern was to save lives of people then the traffic cops should have penalized more people on offences related to rash driving, no entry, triple riding, overtaking, lane discipline, over speeding etc....the figures posted by Banglore Police doesn't indicate so.
      One way-2.12 Lacs
      Helmet(pillion)- 26.45 Lacs
      Helmet(rider)- 19.68 Lacs
      Seat Belt- 7.08 Lacs
      Mobile Phones- 13.9 Lacs
      These figures shows that people are committing offences, but are these offences directly related to accidents(apart from mobile use). In my opinion accidents occur due to negligence to follow traffic rules and I feel by fines related to helmet, seat belt and documents won't make we people as people who know how to ride or drive on roads. These heavy fines will only effect those people who were already law abiding citizens who already knew how to ride or drive on roads. Those who are real culprits will still be getting away (few may get caught too) making the roads hell as ever. These fines will be state Govt kitty...now how they spend this money is the issue...I have a problem with this....this money should be utilized only and only for betterment of roads and traffic(which I doubt). Every one (traffic cops) knows which area in a city has traffic issues...why can't they deploy cops in pair in civil dress on bikes...and chase rash drivers, offenders, lane cutters, cab drivers etc and fine such people rather then stopping on the road and jamming the traffic. Also common man is penalized for wrong....what makes the system accountable?
      Last edited by vehfreak; 12th Sep 2019 at 09:06. Reason: speeling mistakes

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