Motor Vehicles Act 2019 – Check New Fines List & Traffic Rules in India

    The Parliament of India has approved the amendments in Motor Vehicle Act and the new traffic rules are applicable from 1 September 2019. As per the updated Motor Vehicles Act 2019, people will have to pay more fines (approx. 10 times) on violation of traffic rules. Now people can Check New Traffic Rules & complete Fine List before travelling on road.

    This new Traffic Fine List will enable people to be aware of the new raised amount of penalty imposed on violating traffic rules. The central government has adopted this move in order to raise awareness in people on traffic rules and minimize road accidents.

    All the people are requested to follow the new traffic rules and wear safety equipment while driving in order to avoid any challan.

    New Traffic Rules & Challan Fines List 2019

    Here is the complete list of traffic challan fines or penalty on violating the traffic rules in India:-

    OffenceOld challan/ penaltyNew challan/ penalty
    General₹100₹500
    Rules of road regulation violation₹100₹500
    Disobedience of orders of authorities₹500₹2,000
    Unautorized use of vehicles without licence₹1,000₹5,000
    Driving without licence₹500₹5,000
    Driving despite disqualification₹500₹10,000
    Oversize vehiclesN/A₹5,000
    Over-speeding₹400₹1,000
    Dangerous driving₹1,000Up to ₹5,000
    Drink driving₹2,000₹10,000
    Speeding/Racing₹500₹5,000
    Vehicle without permitUp to ₹5,000Up to ₹10,000
    Aggregators (violations of licencing conditions)N/A₹25,000 to ₹1 lakh
    Overloading₹2,000 and ₹1,000 per extra tonne₹20,000 and ₹2,000 per extra tonne
    Overloading of passengersN/A₹1,000 per extra passenger
    Seat belt₹100₹1,000
    Overloading of two wheelers₹100₹2,000 and disqualification of licence for 3 months
    Helmets₹100₹1,000 and disqualification of licence for 3 months
    Not providing way for emergency vehiclesN/A₹10,000
    Driving without insurance₹1,000₹2,000
    Offences by juvenilesN/AGuardian/owner shall be deemed to be guilty. ₹25,000 with 3 years imprisonment. Juvenile will be tried under JJ Act. Registration of vehicle will be cancelled.
    Power of officers to impound documents N/ASuspension of driving licenses
    Offences committed by enforcing authoritiesN/ATwice the penalty under the relevant section

    All these new rules and challan fine rates are currently applicable across the entire country. So, be aware and ensure Safe Driving.

    For more details, visit the official website of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways at morth.nic.in