An increase in the rate of traffic fines has been announced from January 1, a motorcycle, car or LTV driver without a license will be fined 5,000, while an HTV PVS driver will be fined 10,000. Now those doing dangerous stunts on a motorcycle will be fined Rs 5,000, which was just Rs 300 earlier. Similarly, those riding a motorcycle without a helmet will now be fined Rs 1,000, which was just Rs 200 earlier. Motorcycle riders guilty of over speeding will now be fined Rs 1,500, car riders Rs 2,500, passenger vehicles Rs 10,000 and HTVs Rs 5,000.
The minimum fine for violating traffic rules will be Rs 500. For speeding, a motorcyclist will be fined Rs 1000, a motor car will be fined Rs 1500 and a PSV vehicle will be fined Rs 2000. A HTV vehicle will be fined Rs 2500. For example, using black glasses will be fined Rs 1500. Irresponsible driving will be fined Rs 2000, under-age driver will be fined Rs 2500. The fine for driving a vehicle without lights on the motorway has been increased from Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000.
NHMP Rate of Fines January 2024
The fines under the new rate will be applicable from January 1, over speeding will now be fined Rs 2,500 instead of Rs 750, wrongful overtaking will be fined Rs 1,500 instead of Rs 300, driving without a license will now be fined Rs 5,000 instead of Rs 750. Failure to give way to an emergency service vehicle and ambulance will result in a fine of Rs 1,000.
For using a mobile phone while driving, a motorcyclist will be fined 500 rupees, a public transport driver will be fined 2,000 rupees, an unregistered motorcyclist will be fined 2,000 rupees. A fine will be imposed, for not giving way to emergency vehicles, each type of vehicle will be fined 5 thousand. The revised schedule of the National Highway Safety Ordinance 2000 will come into force from January 1, without a license motorcycle, car or LTV driver will be fined 5 thousand while HTV PVS driver will be fined 10 thousand. Heavy penalties will be imposed for violation.
The rate of fine for negligent driving will be Rs 1500 instead of Rs 300. In the Traffic Code, driving while driving, using a mobile phone tablet or other electronic device for the first time will be fined. For exceeding the speed limit, the challan has been increased from Rs 700 to Rs 2500, while a fine of Rs 1,000 has been imposed for not giving way to another vehicle. In case of blocking the way of emergency vehicle, the fine will be 5000 instead of 500.
A fine of 1000 rupees will be imposed for riding a motorcycle without a helmet, a fine of 1500 rupees will be imposed on a motorcyclist for violating the speed limit. A car driver will be fined 2500 rupees for crossing the speed limit, a fine of 3 thousand rupees for not wearing a seat belt.
A fine of Rs 500 will be imposed for violating the ban. Seat belt has also been made mandatory for the driver and passenger while driving and traveling, violation of which will result in a fine of Rs 1500, while driving with side mirror or defective glasses will also result in a challan of Rs 500. A fine of Rs 5,000 will be imposed for illegal police or other department revolving light on the vehicle, a fine of Rs 1,000 for fancy number plate or in-machine readable plate, a fine of Rs 2,000 for using HID lights, black glasses.
A fine of 1000 rupees has also been fixed for driving while driving. The fine for driving a motorcycle without a helmet has been increased to Rs 2000 in Punjab province. The minimum challan for a motorcycle will be 150 and the maximum will be 2500 rupees, the minimum challan for a car will be 300 and the maximum will be 3 thousand rupees.
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People who violate traffic rules while traveling on national highways and motorways across the country will now have to pay a fine at a new rate. These fines will be applicable from 12 midnight on October 1. According to Motorway Police sources, this new rate of fines is not applicable to those traveling on Motorway M9. Citizens traveling between Karachi and Hyderabad will pay fines at the old rate in case of violation. Even in the case of driving without a driving license, the fine is not Rs 750, but now Rs 5 thousand has to be paid. A fine of Rs 5,000 has been imposed for installing illegal police or law enforcement lights on a private vehicle.
A fine of Rs 2,000 has been imposed for the use of lights that cause agony to drivers. Those who do not wear seat belts will have to pay a fine of Rs 1500, while in case of violation of the stop sign on the motorway, the fine has been increased to Rs 3 thousand instead of Rs 500. In case of one-way violation, the fine has been increased from Rs. 500 to Rs. 2500. In case of speeding, the fine has been increased from Rs. 750 to Rs. 2500. In case of overtaking from a prohibited place, instead of 300, now 1500 rupees have to be fined.
Driving a vehicle with low light at night will be fined Rs 5,000, while the fine for violating the stop line has been increased from Rs 500 to Rs 3,000. Driving too close to the next vehicle will be fined Rs 1,000, while driving with the first screen covered will be fined Rs 750. For breaking the traffic line while driving, the fine will be increased from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000, while for disrupting the traffic flow, the fine will be Rs 1,000.
A fine of two thousand rupees will be imposed. 1250 for smoke emitting vehicle, Rs 2000 for unregistered vehicle, negligent driver and driver who change lane without signaling will be fined Rs 1100. A fine of 1000 rupees has also been imposed in case of breaking the line on the motorway.