Traffic Rule Challan 2018 | By Mehrose

Traffic Rule Challan 2018: The Indian Road rules, listed under the name, ‘Rules of the Road Regulation’, came into effect in July 1989 and have remained so to date. These rules and guidelines are relevant to the Indian drivers (be it those of two, three and four wheelers including buses and trucks), while on the road to make sure of a systematic traffic and a safe drive. Violating, transgressing or disrespecting any of these rules is a serious offence as according to the city specific traffic police rules as well as the Indian Motor Vehicle Act.Traffic Rule Challan 2018

Offences MVAPenalty
1.Not carrying valid licence while driving177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
2.Not carrying documents as required177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
3.Dangerous Lane cutting177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
4.Moving against One-Way177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
5.Overtaking dangerously177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
6.Jumping Signal (driving at red light)177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
7.Driving on Footpath177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
8.Stopping at Pedestrian Crossing or Crossing Stop Line177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
9.Parking Violations177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
10.Horn offences177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
11.Number Plate Offences177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
12.Improper use of Headlights177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
13.Charging Excess Fare177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
14.Misbehavior with Passenger177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
15.Refusal to ply for Hire177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
16.Breach of rules regarding carriage of hazardous goods177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
17.Using Mobile Phones while driving177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
18.Driving without Helmet177First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 100; Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 300
19.Breach of order, refusal to give information179Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to 1 month or both.
20.Allowing the vehicle to be driven by a person who does not
possess a valid licence
180Fine up to Rs 1000 or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both.
21.Driving without valid licence181Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both.
22.Offences related to driving license182Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both.
23.Lack of proper maintenance and structure of vehicle182(A)First Offence: Rs. 1000; Subsequent Offence: Rs. 5000
24.Driving at a speed exceeding as mentioned in MVA:112183First Offence: Rs. 400; Subsequent Offence: Rs. 1000.
25.Dangerous or Reckless Driving184First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 1000 or Imprisonment up to 6 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 2000 or Imprisonment up to 2 yrs or both.
26.Driving under influence of Drugs or Alcohols185First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 2000 or Imprisonment up to 6 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 3000 or Imprisonment up to 2 yrs or both.
27.Accidental Offences187First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 500 or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 1000 or Imprisonment up to 6 months or both
28.Illegal racing on road189Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to 1 month or both.
29.Using vehicle in Unsafe conditions190First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 250. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 1000 or Imprisonment up to 2 yrs or both.
30.Using Loudspeaker beyond specified limit190(2)First Offence: Rs. 1000; Subsequent Offence: Rs. 2000.
31.Carriage of goods which are of dangerous & hazardous nature to human life190(3)First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 3000 or Imprisonment up to 1 year or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 or Imprisonment up to 1 years or both.
32.Driving without Registration and valid Permit192First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment up to 1 yr or both.
33.Driving without valid Fitness Certificate192First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment up to 1 yr or both.
34.Using Private vehicle for Commercial purposes192First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment up to 1 yr or both.
35.Breach of Permit conditions192First Offence: Fine up to Rs. 5000 (not less than Rs. 2000) or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both. Subsequent Offence: Fine up to Rs. 10000 (not less than Rs. 5000) or Imprisonment up to 1 yr or both.
36.Overloading a vehicle beyond extent limit194Fine up to Rs 2000 and Rs. 1000 per tonne of extra load.
37.Driving without Insurance196Fine up to Rs 1000 or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both.
38.Driving of vehicle without legal authority197Fine up to Rs 500 or Imprisonment up to 3 months or both.
39.Disturbance in free flow of traffic201Fine up to Rs 50 per hour.

Conclusion:What a handful, right? Well, these rules and regulations might look sizable. But to a good driver, following them will and should come naturally. Following the above is all the citizens need to do curb road accidents to zero. But unfortunately that is not the case. Let us continue to spread awareness. Toast to a road accident-free nation.

Malik Mehrose
Malik Mehrose is a young entrepreneur, author, blogger, and self-taught developer from Jammu and Kashmir. He is the founder and CEO of SHOPYLL, His startup "SHOPYLL" has emerged a new shine to e-commerce business in Jammu and Kashmir, with a vision to boost the e-commerce ecosystem and to uplift industrialization in Jammu and Kashmir.