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Traffic Challan Alert: Heavy challan will be deducted for riding a bike wearing sandals, know how much fine will have to be paid

Traffic Challan Alert: Heavy challan will be deducted for riding a bike wearing sandals, know how much fine will have to be paid

 

Riding a bike wearing slippers or sandals is a violation of traffic rules. However this is not a new rule. During the amendment in the Motor Vehicle Act in 2019, the fine charge on this rule was increased, after which this rule remains in the discussion.

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With the intention of reducing road accidents, the traffic police is strictly checking the vehicles. Those who violate the rules are facing heavy fines. We often make some mistakes while driving, due to which we have to face challan. One of them is the mistake of using sandals or chappals while riding a two wheeler. Doing so is a punishable offense according to the Motor Vehicle Act. Let us know the new rule regarding this.

It is necessary to wear shoes while riding a bike

If you ride a scooter or a motorcycle wearing sandals or slippers, then be careful. Because, according to the Motor Vehicle Act, the feet should be covered while driving a two-wheeler, so that there is no major problem during the accident. Shoes should be used frequently while riding a bike, so that along with self-protection, there is no violation of traffic rules.

For riding a bike wearing sandals, the challan will be deducted for this much

According to the Motor Vehicle Act, the use of sandals and slippers while driving a two wheeler is strictly prohibited. If someone is found violating the rules then he can face a challan of at least 1000 rupees. Traffic police also have provisions to cancel the license if such mistakes are repeated.

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Let me tell you for information, this is not a new rule. This rule has been going on for a long time. However, during the amendment in the Motor Vehicle Act in 2019, the fine charge on this rule was increased, after which this rule remains in the discussion.

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