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Check The Revised List Of Traffic Fines In Bangalore

It is a key responsibility of traffic police to make sure that nobody breaks the traffic rules & regulations, especially in a city like Bangalore where a large number of vehicles run on roads every day. Taking into consideration the data published by the Government of Karnataka, Bangalore has observed thousands of fatalities because of road accidents. The two main reasons for these injuries are careless driving and violation of traffic rules. To minimise such events and improve safety on roads, the Government has revised the traffic fines by making amendments to the Motor Vehicles Act 1988. As a part of this amendment, the fines for traffic violations have been increased and implemented from 1st September 2019.

The Bangalore Traffic Police has the authority to issue a challan after which a person is liable to pay a fine. The fines usually vary according to the type of violation. Some of the violations for which a person has to pay a penalty are driving without a driving licence, not wearing a helmet or seatbelt, overspeeding a vehicle and not following parking rules. Here’s the revised list of traffic fines in Bangalore:

 

Driving without DL Rs 5000
Drunk driving Rs 10,000
Overspeeding a vehicle Rs 1000-2000
Driving without seatbelt Rs 1000
Driving without insurance Rs 2000
Jumping red light Rs 1000-5000
Using a mobile phone while driving Rs 5000
Racing a vehicle Rs 5000
Not allowing emergency vehicles to pass Rs 10,000
Driving without helmet Rs 1000
Overloading a vehicle Rs 2000
Riding without ticket Rs 500
Unauthorized use of the vehicle Rs 1000-5000
Using a vehicle without a permit Rs 10,000
Driving without RC Rs 5000
Using horn in a silent zone Rs 2000
Disobeying the order of authorities Rs 2000
Juvenile Offences Rs 25,000
Violating road regulations Rs 500-1000
Overboarding passengers in a public vehicle Rs 200

The traffic fines mentioned above are increased to what it was before the implementation of the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act 2019. It can be seen that in some cases, the fine has been increased by almost 200%. There has been an argument going about the higher rates and that a common man might not be able to pay for it. However, the fines are increased only to make the citizens more responsible and hence it was a much-needed step. In fact, as per one of the reports released by the higher authorities, about 72 lakh of money was collected as traffic fine within the first week of implementation of new traffic fines list and the most common offence was using mobile phones while driving, not wearing hamlet or seatbelt and driving uninsured vehicles.

The traffic fine Bangalore can either be paid through online or offline mode. The online mode is more convenient for citizens as they do not have to stand in long queues anymore. You can pay your pending traffic fines from the official website of the Bangalore city traffic police. If you wish to pay the traffic fine through offline mode, then you need to follow the conventional steps by visiting the RTO Offices in Karnataka. It is always a good idea to clear the pending fine as soon as possible.

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