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Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act notified

Dispur, September 23: As per order of the Transport Department, Government of Assam, dated 23rd September 2019.

Some of the following offences will be fined as under:

  • Driving without licence – Rs. 5,000
  • Racing and trials of speed – Rs. 5,000
  • Violating air and noise pollution – Rs. 10,000
  • Driver or passenger without seat belt – Rs. 1,000
  • Carrying children below 14 years without safety belt/child restraint system – Rs. 1,000
  • Riding more than two persons in two wheelers – Rs. 1,000
  • Riding without helmets by both driver and pillion – Rs. 1,000
  • Not providing way for emergency vehicles (Fire Service or Ambulance) – Rs. 10,000

The details of the Act can be seen in

Download Notification Dated September 23, 2019

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