New Delhi, Auto Desk. We all know how important it is to wear a helmet from the point of view of safety while driving a two-wheeler and we are also aware of the fine for not wearing it. But now the rules have come to wear it properly. As per the new update, improper wearing of helmets by two-wheeler riders can attract a fine of up to Rs 2,000. Apart from this, many types of rules have been changed. So let’s know about it in detail.

What is the new rule?

In the new rules under the Motor Vehicles Act, if a two-wheeler driver is wearing a helmet, the manner of wearing it, wearing a helmet without a strap or the helmet does not have a Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification, or ISI mark, then all these can be done under section 129. shall be included as a violation under

What will be the penalty?

1. If the rider is wearing a helmet but the buckle is open, a fine of Rs 1,000 will be imposed.

2. A fine of Rs 1,000 will be levied if the helmet does not have a BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certificate or mark.

3. If the rider is found to be breaking other traffic rules, he will be fined Rs 2,000 even if he is wearing a helmet.

4. Further, if the rider is found to be overloading the vehicle, a hefty fine of Rs 20,000 will be levied. For doing so, the rider will also have to pay an additional fine of Rs 2,000 per fine tonne.

You can know the details of vehicle challan online

Some time back, the government had started a new online payment service for the payment of vehicle challans. To find out the challan, you can find it by visiting the e-challan website www.echallan.parivahan.gov.in of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. For this, you have to go to Google Play Store on your smartphone and download the mParivahan app, after which open it and tap on the menu button. In this, you will see the search challan option in a separate window, where you can check the status of the challan by entering the vehicle registration number or driving license number.

Edited By: Sonali Singh