Everyone in the country knows that driving without helmet is against traffic rules. In such cases, traffic police deduct their invoices for those caught driving a vehicle without wearing a helmet. The PM Narendra Modi-led government has brought the Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill, which has been passed in the Lok Sabha. However, it will have to pass in the Rajya Sabha as well. If the bill is passed in the Rajya Sabha, a person without a helmet will have to pay an invoice of Rs 1000 instead of Rs 100. Let's know the full details
For your information, the bill actually provides for a child older than four years of age to wear a helmet. If the bill is passed in the Rajya Sabha, parents will have to pay a fine if they do not wear a helmet for a child older than four years. According to the Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill, it is the responsibility of the older (adult) person to see whether the child traveling with him or her is sitting in the right state. This means that if the child on your bike is not properly secured, you may need to pay an invoice of Rs. 1000.
At present, about 400 people die in road accidents in India every day. About 1.5 million people die in road accidents a year. However, about 5 lakh people are injured in road accidents. The government has brought a Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill to prevent such incidents.
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