Have car? You will have to pay up to Rs 5,000 fine in case of this big mistake

Love the crash-guards on your car? Well, then be forewarned before you end up losing a lot of money. So, read this carefully if you have crash-guards or bull-bars on your cars. CM Yogi Adityanath led-Uttar Pradesh government is going to take strict action on unauthorised fitment of crash guards or bull-bars on vehicles.

Recently, UP Transport Commissioner (Revenue) AK Pandey said that, during winter fog, we have seen that crash guards on the cars have increased the chances of accidents, due to which the Transport Commissioner Dhiraj Sahu informed all RTOs to educate public about these accidents due crash guards. 

More than that, last date to remove crash guards or bull bars has been announced. This deadline is 31 January. After this, challan and penalty action will be taken against the vehicle owners, LiveHindustan reported.

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These Crash guards are fitted in violation of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 which prescribes a fine of Rs 1,000 for the driver for the first offence and Rs 2,000 for second or subsequent offences while the penalty for seller or deliverer could be Rs 5,000.

In 2017, according to the news agency PTI, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways had written to the Principal Secretaries, Secretaries and Commissioners, Transport of the states, saying “it is brought to your notice that the fitments of crash guards/ bull bar is in contravention of section 52 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and attracts penalty under section 190 and 191 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988”.

“Crash guards or bull bars on the vehicles pose serious safety concerns to the pedestrians as well as occupants of the vehicle. It is therefore requested that states may take strict action against the unauthorised fitment of crashguard/bull bar on the motor vehicles,” it had said.

Section 190 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 mentions that any person who drives or causes or allows to be driven, in any public place a motor vehicle, which violates the standards prescribed in relation to road safety, control of noise and air-pollution, shall be punishable for the first offence with a fine of Rs 1,000 and for any second or subsequent offence with a fine of Rs 2,000.

Section 191 prescribes, “Whoever being an importer of or dealer in motor vehicles, sells or delivers or offers to sell or deliver a motor vehicle or trailer in such condition that the use thereof in a public place would be in contravention of Chapter VII or any rule made thereunder or alters the motor vehicle or trailer so as to render its conditions such that its use in a public place would be in contravention of Chapter VII or any rule made thereunder shall be punishable with fine which may extend to Rs 5,000.”

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