Around 4k-5k challans issued daily since new motor vehicles act came into effect: Delhi Police
Around 4,000-5,000 challans have been issued on an average per day to the traffic violators till Friday, the officer said.
Man sets motorcycle on fire after being issued Rs 16,000 challan for traffic rules violations
Rakesh, South Delhi resident, was challaned Rs ...
474 arrested in 3 hrs in Noida, Gr Noida for drinking at public places, drunk driving
Of the total arrests, 241 were made in city areas, whil...
Drunk drivers causing death may get 7 years in jail
The victims of road accidents caused by such uninsured vehicles face the risk of not getting compensation. Third party insurance is mandatory for every vehicle plying on roads.
Parliament clears the Bill that will change the way India drives
The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill proposes huge increases in various penalties for traffic violations.
Soon, drunk drivers will not be eligible for insurance claims
The bill provides for stringent penalties, including jail term and suspension of driving licence, for offences such as juvenile driving, speeding, dangerous driving.
New device to prevent drunk driving
Dehradun, April 20 (IANS) If you are drunk and trying to drive, your vehicle will not start. Uttarakhand researchers have developed a new technology from waste that will prevent vehicles from operating if the driver is drunk.
The bill that is about to change your driving habits forever
It was being opposed by opposition parties for curtailing the powers of states and favouring corporates.
Using mobile while driving, worse than drunk-driving.
More than 49,385 cases of illegal use of mobile devices by drivers, to talk or text while behind the wheel, have been booked in Hyderabad alone in 2017.
Sober truths about curbing drunkenness
Leniency may cut pendency of cases, but will it make drunks turn abstemious?
Shop while you're drunk: Why Amazon feels like a shopper's paradise after a few drinks
79 per cent of alcohol consumers have made at least one drunk purchase.
Robert Vadra, who lost sister to drunk driver, wants highway booze ban modified to protect 'respectable establishments'
Robert Vadra's sister Michelle Vadra was killed by a drunk driver on the Delhi-Jaipur highway in April 2001.
Drunk drivers are a "lethal weapon", says Delhi court
The court said drunken driving has become a menace which may cause disabilities and fatalities having devastating effect on the victims.
Too drunk to drive? Here are the startups that can help you reach home safely
Party Hard Drivers and DriveU train their drivers to ensure customer safety. However, inebriated or semi-conscious customers are a collateral damage in the festival season.
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