Noida Police cut challans 2300 people paid fine for this one mistake, you should also be careful. According to a Noida Traffic Police Challan, you should follow several traffic laws while driving. Often, we violate traffic laws unintentionally, and other times, we do it on purpose. Choosing the incorrect lane to drive in is one such error.
Noida Police cut challans, 2300 people
When driving, you must abide by numerous traffic laws. Often, we violate traffic laws unintentionally, and other times, we do it on purpose. Choosing the incorrect lane to drive in is one such error. In Noida and Greater Noida, over 2,300 drivers (including two-wheeler riders) received fines in a single day for driving in the wrong lane. The news organisation received this information from the Gautam Buddh Nagar Police. The challans were allegedly issued on Sunday during a checking exercise at the direction of Police Commissioner Laxmi Singh.
Even on these errors, invoices were reduced
Additionally, citations were issued to motorists for drunk driving and other traffic infractions. There were more than 40 challans given for defective licence plates, 2,361 for driving or riding in the incorrect lane, 44 for triple riding on two-wheelers, 507 for not wearing a helmet, and 32 for violating the seat belt law. Additional 77 challans for driving without a licence and 128 more for no parking infractions were issued.
modified on the motorway
If you use the Yamuna Expressway, pay close attention to the posted speed restriction. On December 15, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) decreased the speed. For cars and two-wheelers, it is now 80 kph instead of 100 kph. This rule will be in effect from 15 December to 15 February 2023 due to fog.
In the event that the regulation is broken, a challan for Rs 2000 shall be issued. Nearly half of all accidents on the Yamuna Expressway, according to YEIDA, are caused by speeding. The motorway frequently becomes completely obscured by dense fog during the winter months.