This master page on Traffic Challan is a one stop shop for getting all the latest information. There has been remarkable changes that are happening place in the field of making Indian traffic system as per world standard. You can now pay e Traffic Challan in some part of our country. This article will act as a master place with links to the actual information.
- Proposed Traffic Challan in Delhi by Indian Government
- Challan Rates Noida
- Challan Fine Rates Hyderabad
- Challan Rates Gurgaon
Some Important Traffic Rules in India to be followed
- There is a specific rule about the registration plate. The registration number should be legible and clear. The typography rule for the registration plate should be maintained. There is a minimum font size and font type for the registration number.
- There are number of signs that you need to be aware of. For instance, you should be able to identify if the sign board is indicating one-way. There are other signs as well, such as No Honking, No Overtaking, No U-turn and more.
- Allow the pedestrians to cross if there is a special crossing for them. Do not jump the red light even if there is no intersection. There might be a zebra crossing and the light may have turned red for you to allow the pedestrians to walk over it.
- It is important to flash the appropriate indicator while taking the turn. For instance, if you are turning left, make sure that you have turned the left indicator on a little while before the actual turn. You should also slow down before taking the turn. This will give ample amount of time for the vehicles behind to safely overtake you from the right.
- Do not turn the high beam on during night driving within the city. High beam may blindfold the driver of the vehicle coming from the opposite direction, which increases the chance of the mishap. Also, do not use the high beam while driving through the fog. The fog will reflect the light back to you reducing the visibility.
- There are crossroads where there is no traffic light but the blinker. The blinker indicates that you can pass through but you need to be cautious about it.
There are certain traffic rules in India that are meant for two wheelers only. Here are some of them:
Wearing helmet: Wearing a helmet is mandatory for the person riding a two wheeler. A two wheeler includes motorbike, scooter, motorcycle and moped. There are certain electronic two wheelers that do not require the rider to wear the helmet. However, other than that, you need to wear the helmet while riding a two wheeler. There are certain cities where the pillion rider is not required to wear the helmet. But in most of the cities, it is mandatory even for the pillion rider to wear the helmet. Certain communities are exempt from wearing helmet; such as Sikh riders who wear turbans. Even women are not required to wear helmet in certain cities.
Number of riders: Only two people are allowed to ride a two wheeler at a time. If this number exceeds, there is a penalty for it.
Specific lanes for two wheelers: There are certain cities where there are specific lanes for the two-wheelers. There are separate lanes to ensure the safety of the two-wheeler riders. Driving on the lanes designated for the four (or more) wheelers may attract penalties.