Traffic fines for speeding have been increased

Traffic fines for speeding

Traffic fines for speeding: Starting January 1, 2024, fines of between Rs 1,500 and Rs 10,000 will be imposed on those who exceed the speed limit on major national highways in the country.

The traffic fine imposed for speeding has been increased by thousands of rupees; From January 1, 2024, fines of Rs 1,500 to Rs 10,000 will be imposed on those exceeding the speed limit on all major national highways in the country. According to details, the highway police have decided to impose heavy fines for violating traffic rules, motorcyclists will have to pay a fine of Rs 10,000 instead of Rs 1,500 for speeding and drivers of passenger vehicles will have to pay Rs 2,500.

From January 1, 2024, motorcyclists will have to pay a fine of Rs 1,500, car drivers Rs 2,500 and passenger car drivers Rs 10,000 for speeding. According to the highway police spokesperson, a minimum fine of Rs 5,000 will be imposed for violation of traffic rules, even in vehicles with heavy traffic.
It should be noted that even 2 months ago it was decided to be stricter to avoid violations of traffic rules on highways and highways throughout the country.

It was announced that from now on heavy fines will be imposed on those who violate traffic rules on highways and highways. Fines imposed for violations of traffic rules have increased by up to 250%. According to the Highway and Highway Police statement, the challan for exceeding the speed limit on highways and highways has been increased from Rs.

According to the police, a fine of Rs 5,000 will be imposed for driving a vehicle in poor lighting conditions at night, while the fine for violating the stop line has been increased from Rs 500 to Rs 3,000. Driving too close to the following vehicle will result in a fine of Rs 1,000, while covering the first screen will result in a fine of Rs 750. The fine for breaking the traffic line while driving will be increased from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000, while for disrupting the flow of traffic a fine of Rs 2,000 will be imposed.

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