Even wearing a helmet can deduct your challan ! know the new rule

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In India, it is mandatory for the driver to wear a helmet while driving a two wheeler. Driving without a helmet is a violation of traffic rules and your challan can be deducted for doing so. Now you must be thinking that fines are already levied for not wearing a helmet so what is new in this? For information, let us tell you that earlier it was only necessary to wear a helmet, but now many other things are necessary along with it.

Even wearing a helmet can deduct your challan ! know the new rule




Even wearing a helmet can deduct your challan – know the new rule

It is most important to wear a helmet while riding a two wheeler. This not only protects you, but also avoids traffic congestion in most cases. It is generally seen that the traffic police rarely stops even a person wearing a helmet. But just wearing a helmet is not enough. Some helmet related rules also apply, non-compliance of which may result in fines. That is how your helmet should be, the government has set some rules for this. So let's know which type of Helmet will not be deducted currency.

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What are the new Traffic Rules?

According to the Motor Vehicle Act, if you are not wearing a helmet belt while riding a motorcycle or scooter, you will be charged a challan of Rs 1,000 under Rule 194D MVA.

According to the Ministry's rules, only BIS-certified helmets for two-wheelers are allowed to be manufactured and sold in the country. On the other hand, if you are wearing a substandard helmet or the helmet does not bear the BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) registration mark, you may have to pay an additional currency of Rs 1,000 as per 194D MVA.

Along with this, a fine of Rs 2000 will be levied for driving in the wrong direction, crossing the red light etc. despite wearing a helmet.

This is the rule when children sit

In the past, the Union Ministry of Road Transport also changed some rules keeping in mind the safety of children. According to these rules-

Now it will be mandatory for children to use special helmets and harness belts while carrying them on two-wheelers.

Along with this, the speed of vehicles for traveling with children has been fixed at 40 km per hour.

Failure to comply with these rules can result in suspension of the driver's driving license for 3 months, along with a fine of Rs 1,000.

Wear a helmet like this

1. According to the rules, the helmet should be made of such material and should be in such a shape that it is capable of providing maximum protection against injury in the event of an accident.

2. The helmet should be properly worn on the driver's head. His belt also needs to be fastened. That is, just keeping a helmet on the head will not be enough.

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According to the rules, your helmet should be of this type

1. The weight of the helmet should be up to 1.2 kg.

2. The helmet should use high quality foam and have a minimum thickness of 20-25 mm.

3. According to Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), it is mandatory for all helmets to have ISI mark. Wearing and selling helmets without ISI mark is a legal offence.

4. Helmets should use transparent covers for eyes.

5. It is also very important to get BIS certification for helmets.

6. If you are caught using an illegal helmet and fail to follow any instructions, your helmet may be confiscated.





Even wearing a helmet can deduct your challan – know the new rule



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