New Traffic Rules in India 2021 ट्रैफिक नियम

New Traffic Rules in India 2021 ट्रैफिक नियम

New Traffic Rules

The Government of India has implemented the New Motor Vehicle Act 2021 from 1st September 2019. Now before going to drive It is Necessary to check New Traffic Rules. You Should be aware of the latest Indian Traffic Rules and Fine 2019. 

  • Indian New Traffic Rules and Fines 2021
  • New Motor Vehicle Act 2020 Penalties List
  • Traffic conditions in India
  • Implementation of New Traffic Rules
  • Conflict and Chaos in New Traffic Rules
  • Motor Vehicle Act 2021 PDF Download
  • Read further to know more about New Traffic Rules 2021
  • Traffic Fines List 2021
  • Important Download

Indian New Traffic Rules and Fines 2021

With the implementation of the amendment in the previously proposed Motor Vehicle Act of the year 1988, a new set of traffic rules has been imposed on the citizens of India. The New Motor Vehicle Amendment Act of 2019 imposes almost double the fine on the faulty driver as imposed by the previous Act.  


New Motor Vehicle Act 2020 Penalties List

The amendment in the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988 was previously proposed in the Lok Sabha in the year 2017. Although, it gained the green flag from the Lok Sabha but it failed to gain it from the Rajya Sabha which resulted in the discardation of the Act. But now in 2019 when the New Traffic Rules bill was proposed again, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha both passed the bill resulting in the implementation of the new Traffic Rules for the citizens of India.

Traffic conditions in India

The aim of the New Traffic Rules is to protect the citizens from the accident happening on the roads but in India the traffic rules were very easily broken by the day-to-day drivers. Many drivers were driving their vehicles with more than two companions on them as the normal citizens seem to be aware of these facts. This fact does seem to be unheard or unseen by the Government but that is not the case now, with the increase in traffic by the fellow underage drivers or the increasing accident now the Government has done its part.

Implementation of New Traffic Rules

Traffic in India is the main source of accidental deaths. Every year more than the number of 1.5 lakhs of lives are taken through the roads in India. We all are aware of the condition of roads plus the carelessness of the drivers in India. Many of us are also aware of the huge number of underage drivers driving their parents vehicle with or without the consent of their parents. With many cities having no restriction on wearing helmets to the rides, India’s traffic rules are proved to be very lenient towards them.

Conflict and Chaos in New Traffic Rules

Although the conflict has been arising by the government in power of the state of Punjab and Madhya Pradesh as both the states are powered by the Congress Government and this bill was passed under the Central Government. The Congress ministers of both the states have still not applied the amendment to their respective states which can further cause chaos in the future.


Read further to know more about New Traffic Rules 2021

The new traffic rules are said to be imposed throughout the country on 1st September 2019. Also, proper checking and proper submission of the chalan are expected by the fellow drivers. The new traffic penalties are given below in the table –




General (177)

Rs 100

Rs 500

Rules of road regulation violation (new 177A)

Rs. 100

Rs 500

Travelling without a ticket (178)

Rs 200

Rs 500

Disobedience of the orders of authorities (179)

Rs 500

Rs 2000

Unauthorized use of vehicles without licence (180)

Rs 1000

Rs 5000

Driving without licence (181)

Rs 500

Rs 5000

Driving without qualification (182)

Rs 500

Rs 10,000

Oversized vehicles (182B)

Rs 5000

Over speeding (183)

Rs 400

Rs 1000 for LMV, Rs 2000 for Medium Passenger Vehicle

Dangerous driving penalty (184)

Rs. 1,000

Upto Rs 5000

Drunken driving (185)

Rs 2000

Rs 10,000

Speeding/ Racing (189)

Rs 500

Rs 5,000

Vehicle without permit (192A)

Upto Rs 5000

Upto Rs 10,000

Aggregators (violations of licencing conditions) (193)

Rs 25,000 to Rs 1,00,000

Overloading (194)

Rs 2,000, and Rs 1,000 per extra tonne

Rs 20,000, and Rs 2,000 per extra tonne

Overloading of Passengers (194A)

Rs 1000 per extra passenger

Seat Belt (194 B)

Rs 100

Rs 1,000

Overloading of two-wheelers (194 C)

Rs 100

Rs 2,000 , Disqualification of licence for 3 months

Not providing way for emergency vehicles (194E)

Rs 10,000

Traffic Fines List 2021

Driving without insurance (196)

Rs 1,000

Rs 2,000

Offences by Juveniles (199)

Guardian/ Owner shall be deemed guilty. Rs 25,000 with 3 years imprisonment. Juvenile to be tried under JJ Act. Registration of Motor Vehicle to be cancelled.

Power of officers to impound documents (206)

Suspension of driving licence under sections 183, 184, 185, 189, 190, 194C, 194D, 194E

Offences committed by enforcing authorities (210B)

Twice the penalty under the relevant section.

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