What are the most common challans in India?
The guidelines and laws set by the government about vehicle usage on our roads are extensive. However, there are a few of them that have seen repeat offences.
The most common challans that are issued in India:
Driving without a license:
A driving license is one of the essential documents you should have on your person while operating a vehicle. Not adhering to this law could result in a fine of Rs 5000 and imprisonment of up to 3 months.
Adhering to speed limits is a simple yet effective way to ensure everyone’s safety. Breaking said limitations would attract a challan worth Rs 1000.
The last thing you should be doing while operating any heavy machinery is being under the influence. The fine for violating the same? Rs 10,000, and a sizable amount of jail time.
Keeping everyone safe in a car is ensuring everyone has seat belts. So it’s best to buckle up before you get going, or you could face a fine of Rs 1000.
Driving without insurance:
Getting your car insured should be at the top of your priority list. If you don’t have any insurance and get caught, the fine is Rs 2000.