New Delhi. Dangerous driving is now being specially monitored in many states of the country. Especially in states like UP, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, if you drive a vehicle wrongly, now your driving license can be canceled along with the challan. In Ghaziabad, UP, now if you are caught driving in the wrong direction for the third time, then your driving license will be suspended (DL Suspended). The Ghaziabad Traffic Police clearly says that walking on the wrong side puts the lives of not only the driver but also other people in danger. Despite this, people do not shy away from carelessness.
Let us inform that in the last two months in Ghaziabad, more than 5 thousand challans have been made for driving only on the wrong side. Despite this, people are breaking the rules. Keeping this in mind, the UP Traffic Police will now try to suspend the driving license if you catch you driving on the wrong side for the third time in Ghaziabad. Ghaziabad Traffic Police says that RTO has been talked about and it has been implemented in the district.
In Ghaziabad, in the last two months, more than 5 thousand challans have been made for driving only on the wrong side.
Dangerous driving strict
Therefore, now like Ghaziabad, a similar initiative can be started in other states of the country, because even after continuous challans, people are not ready to accept it. Driving dangerously or breaking traffic rules especially during the festive season is going to cost people heavy for the next few days.
Along with fine for breaking traffic rules, now jail too
After the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act (Motor Vehicles Amendment Act 2019) in the country, the amount of fine has become many times more than before. A lot of changes have been made regarding the new Motor Vehicle Act 2019 rules, fine amount challan. Despite this, people are not agreeing. Concrete provisions have been made in the new Motor Act to prevent road accidents. Fines have been tightened for breaking traffic rules. Along with this, major changes have also been made in the rules like RC and vehicle insurance including driving license.
The rules of driving in India have changed from 1 October 2020. As such, now you will not need to keep documents of your vehicle while driving, because now these documents can be kept on the government portal. At the same time, now your driving license will be suspended for not wearing a helmet and you will also have to pay a fine.