Driving without holding an effective driving license S. Driving by an under-aged person Minor driving vehicle S. Holder of a driving license permitting it to be used by other person S. S of M.
The person driving or permitting to drive any vehicle having left handed steering control unless equipped with a device of a prescribed nature.
Failure to make prescribed signals on prescribed occasion by the driver. A driver allowing any person to obstruct his control on the vehicle. The driver of a 2-wheeler carrying more than one person in addition to himself.
Failure of the driver and the pillion rider to wear a helmet. Sikhs who wear a turban while driving. Abandoning or permitting to abandon a vehicle by a person in charge of the vehicle in a public place.
Keeping or permitting to keep the vehicle in a stationary position with required precaution by a person in charge of the vehicle.
Failure to convey any change in address of residence or place of business in prescribed time limit by the owner of the vehicle. Failure by the owner to report the transfer of the vehicle to the registering authority in a prescribed time limit.
Failure of the driver to produce the driving license or certificate of registration on demand by any police officer in uniform.
Failure of the conductor to produce his license or certificate of registration on demand by Officer of Motor Vehicle Department. Failure of the owner or the driver or a person in charge of the motor vehicle on demand by the registering authority or any officer of the Motor Vehicles Department to produce:SOME COMMON OFFENCES UNDER CENTRAL MOTOR VEHICLE RULES, 1.
Running a driving school without a proper license. Rule 24 of Central Motor Vehicle Rules read with Section Rs.
for the first offence. Up to Rs. for the second or subsequent offence. 2. Using a mobile phone while driving a vehicle. Driving motor vehicle without number plates (Not displaying number plate) R of C.M.V. Rules r/w S of M. V. Act. Rs. for first offence Rs. for second or subsequent offence Penalties under MVA.
The Motor Vehicle Act (MVA) , Central Motor Vehicle Rules, and State Motor Vehicle Rules are the legal instruments for the conduct of road traffic in India. Some of the common offences and the consequent penalties are listed below: First Offence: Fine up to Rs.
(not less than Rs. ) or Imprisonment up. Description of offence Section/Rule Maximum of punishment Term of Imprisonment/Fine 1. Driving without holding an effective driving licence S.3r/wS.
of MV Act 3months or Rs.
or both 2. Driving by an under-aged person (Minor driving vehicle) S.4r/wS.
of MV Act 3months or Rs. or both 3. offenses not listed must appear for trial as in the case of other petty offenses.
The collateral and minimum fine for motor vehicle violations committed on the federal enclaves, including military installations, except as otherwise provided by federal law, such as Titles.
Sep 29, · punishment: 3months imprisonment or Rs.
|List of Penalties||Penalties Penalty notices If an offence such as speeding is committed, authorised officers Roads and Maritime Services or NSW Police may issue a penalty notice requiring payment of a penalty within a prescribed period.|
|Driving Offence||Holding of a driving licence permitting it to be used by other person Section 6 2 read with Section of the MV. Disqualified person driving a vehicle or ii applying for or obtaining a driving licence or iii seeking a licence without disclosing endorsements made on driving licence preciously held Section 23 read with Section 1 of the MV.|
|Penalty notices||Driving without holding an effective driving license S.|
fine or both. Holding of a driving licence permitting it to be used by other person Section 6(2) read with Section of the kaja-net.com punishment: Rs. for the first .