Now 2000 challan will be deducted for wearing helmet, motorcyclist and scooter driver beware
The traffic police is dealing strictly with those who do not wear helmets and those who do not wear helmets properly. Not only this, those who are wearing helmets are also being challaned now.
The traffic police is dealing strictly with those who do not wear helmets and those who do not wear helmets properly. Not only this, those who are wearing helmets are also being challaned now. Actually, not wearing a helmet was already involved in breaking the rules, but now not wearing a helmet properly has also been included in the traffic rules.
Not only this, for this the traffic police is also challaning Rs 1000 to 2000. However, even after knowing this rule, many people do not wear helmets. Or wear the helmet but make mistakes while wearing it. In such a situation, we are telling you how to wear the helmet properly, so that you can stay safe and avoid challan.
how to wear a helmet
It is very important to wear a helmet before driving a two-wheeler or sitting on top. This is necessary so that there is no injury to your head during the accident. In most of the accident cases, people lose their lives due to head injury. In such a situation, whenever you wear a helmet, keep in mind that it should be fixed on your head very well. Don’t forget to put on the strip after wearing the helmet. Many times people use helmet just to avoid challan. They don’t strip. Not only this, many people’s helmets do not have a strip lock. Or it is broken. In all these situations, you can be invoiced.
Now 2000 rupees invoice
The Government of India has made changes in the 1998 Motor Vehicles Act. In which an immediate fine of up to Rs 2,000 will be imposed on two-wheeler riders for not wearing helmets or not wearing helmets properly. That is, if the bike rider is wearing a helmet, but it is open, then a fine of Rs 1,000 will be imposed on it. Even if you are wearing a helmet and have not worn the head strap tightly, you will be fined Rs 1,000. Overall, the helmet now has to be worn completely properly. If this does not happen, then you will have an invoice of Rs 2000.
Must have ISI mark on the helmet
If the helmet does not have BSI (Bureau of Indian Standards ISI) mark, you can be fined 1,000. That is, you have to wear only ISI marked helmet while driving bike-scooter. If this does not happen, then under Section 194D MVA of the Motor Vehicle Act, you will be fined Rs 1,000. However, the Delhi Police is currently challaning people for Rs 1000.
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