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 New Gujarat Traffic Rules 2022

New Gujarat Traffic Rules 2022: New traffic rules will come into effect in Gujarat from this date. Provision of fines, checklist Referring to cases of speeding and traffic offences, CM bhupendra patel said that those appearing in digital documents will be considered valid. A fine of Rs 500 will be charged if the seat belt is not on. A fine of 100 rupees for three or four scooter rides.

The state government has given major relief to the Centre's Motor Vehicles Act. CM Patel addressed the press conference. CM Patel addresses a press conference


  • Rs 1500 fine if license, insurance, PUC, RC book is not available
  • Fine 500 rupees on first caught

  • A fine of Rs. 1000 will be caught a second time
  • Documents will be valid in digital form
  • A strict policy will be adopted where strictness is needed
  • Changes in more than 50 sections
  • The new rules will come into effect on September 16
  • We catered to the general public
  • Rs 500 fine if no helmet
  • A fine of 500 rupees if the seat belt is not fitted
  • No parking for parking
  • The first time the current vehicle is caught while talking on a mobile will be a fine of Rs.500
  • A fine of 1000 rupees if caught a second time
  • Two-wheeled
  • Put on a public race, on a scooter


Traffic New Rules In Gujarat 2019 Important Link

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Explained: New penalties for each offense under the Motor Vehicles Act 2019


Unauthorized use of vehicles without authorization - fine Rs.5000


Driving without a license – Rs 5000 fine


Driving despite disqualification – Rs 10,000 fine


Acting as a conductor after disqualification - fine up to Rs.10,000


Punishment related to construction, maintenance, sale and conversion of motor vehicles and their parts - imprisonment up to 1 year and/or fine up to Rs 1,00,000 per vehicle.

Defective Vehicles – Imprisonment up to 1 year and/or fine up to Rs 1,00,000 for defective automobiles.

Alteration of retrofitting contrary to rules - Imprisonment up to six months and/or fine of Rs 5,000 for each alteration

Oversized vehicles – Rs.5,000

Speeding – Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,000 for LMV; Rs 2,000 to Rs 4,000 for medium cars or trucks; Second subsequent offense - revocation of driver's license

Punishment for dangerous driving – first offense – imprisonment for six months to one year and/or a fine of Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000; Subsequent offense (within three years of the first offence) – Imprisonment up to two years and/or Rs 10,000

Drunk driving - first offense - fine up to Rs 10,000 and/or imprisonment up to six months; second offense - fine of Rs.3000 and/or imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years

Penalty for driving while mentally or physically unfit to drive - first offense - fine up to Rs 1,000; second offense – fine up to Rs.2000

Punishment for offenses relating to accident (Sections 132 (i), 133 and 134) – First offense – fine up to Rs 5,000 and/or imprisonment for 6 months; second offense – fine up to Rs 10,000 and/or imprisonment for 1 year

New Gujarat Traffic Rules 2022

 New Gujarat Traffic Rules 2022

New Gujarat Traffic Rules 2022: New traffic rules will come into effect in Gujarat from this date. Provision of fines, checklist Referring to cases of speeding and traffic offences, CM bhupendra patel said that those appearing in digital documents will be considered valid. A fine of Rs 500 will be charged if the seat belt is not on. A fine of 100 rupees for three or four scooter rides.

The state government has given major relief to the Centre's Motor Vehicles Act. CM Patel addressed the press conference. CM Patel addresses a press conference


  • Rs 1500 fine if license, insurance, PUC, RC book is not available
  • Fine 500 rupees on first caught

  • A fine of Rs. 1000 will be caught a second time
  • Documents will be valid in digital form
  • A strict policy will be adopted where strictness is needed
  • Changes in more than 50 sections
  • The new rules will come into effect on September 16
  • We catered to the general public
  • Rs 500 fine if no helmet
  • A fine of 500 rupees if the seat belt is not fitted
  • No parking for parking
  • The first time the current vehicle is caught while talking on a mobile will be a fine of Rs.500
  • A fine of 1000 rupees if caught a second time
  • Two-wheeled
  • Put on a public race, on a scooter


Traffic New Rules In Gujarat 2019 Important Link

Official Press Not 1 

Official Press Not 2


Explained: New penalties for each offense under the Motor Vehicles Act 2019


Unauthorized use of vehicles without authorization - fine Rs.5000


Driving without a license – Rs 5000 fine


Driving despite disqualification – Rs 10,000 fine


Acting as a conductor after disqualification - fine up to Rs.10,000


Punishment related to construction, maintenance, sale and conversion of motor vehicles and their parts - imprisonment up to 1 year and/or fine up to Rs 1,00,000 per vehicle.

Defective Vehicles – Imprisonment up to 1 year and/or fine up to Rs 1,00,000 for defective automobiles.

Alteration of retrofitting contrary to rules - Imprisonment up to six months and/or fine of Rs 5,000 for each alteration

Oversized vehicles – Rs.5,000

Speeding – Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,000 for LMV; Rs 2,000 to Rs 4,000 for medium cars or trucks; Second subsequent offense - revocation of driver's license

Punishment for dangerous driving – first offense – imprisonment for six months to one year and/or a fine of Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000; Subsequent offense (within three years of the first offence) – Imprisonment up to two years and/or Rs 10,000

Drunk driving - first offense - fine up to Rs 10,000 and/or imprisonment up to six months; second offense - fine of Rs.3000 and/or imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years

Penalty for driving while mentally or physically unfit to drive - first offense - fine up to Rs 1,000; second offense – fine up to Rs.2000

Punishment for offenses relating to accident (Sections 132 (i), 133 and 134) – First offense – fine up to Rs 5,000 and/or imprisonment for 6 months; second offense – fine up to Rs 10,000 and/or imprisonment for 1 year

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