Violation of Traffic Rules and Fine- Shant Bharat

Views:
 
Category: Education
     
 

Presentation Description

Road safety should be followed by everyone. There are about 400 deaths that take place in India every day because of a road accident, the number of injured is more than this count. People failing to follow the list of traffic rules made by the administration are the ones who suffer a tragic fate.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Slide1:

Violation of Traffic Rules and Fine https://www.shantbharat.com

Slide2:

Road safety should be followed by everyone. There are about 400 deaths that take place in India every day because of a road accident, the number of injured is more than this count. People failing to follow the list of traffic rules made by the administration are the ones who suffer a tragic fate. https://www.shantbharat.com

Slide3:

Although there are traffic rules set we fail to abide by them. The list of traffic rules , signs and symbols are displayed clearly on the roads. When we ignore these signs and break the rules it is then that we are endangering our lives and the lives of others who are driving on the road. This is the reason why the government of India has become stern and charge fines for breaking the traffic rules. Here are some fines that you could face if you violate the traffic rules: https://www.shantbharat.com

Slide4:

Driving Without a Valid Licence – A fine of Rs.5, 000/- and or imprisonment up to 3 months Driving Without a Seat Belt – A fine of Rs.1, 000/- Drunk and Driving – A fine of Rs.10, 000/- Driving Without a Helmet – A fine of Rs.1, 000/- and the license is canceled for 3 months Car Owners Who Permit Juvenile’s to Drive – A fine of Rs.25, 000/- and or imprisonment up to 3 years https://www.shantbharat.com

Slide5:

Vehicles that Have No Registration Certificate – A fine of Rs.2, 000/- Over Speeding – A fine of Rs.1, 000/- for LMV and Rs.2, 000/- for MMV Vehicle Without Insurance – A fine of Rs.2, 000/- for both cars and two-wheelers Breaking the Traffic Light – A fine of Rs.1, 000/- and the license is canceled for 3 months Overloading Two-wheelers – A fine of Rs.2, 000/- and the license is canceled for 3 months Dangerous Driving – A fine of Rs.10, 000/- Two-wheeler Driving Rules and Regulations https://www.shantbharat.com