Uttarakhand Traffic Police Challan Rates List 2022

Uttarakhand Transport Department believes that the biggest enemies of road safety are liquor, speed, and overload. And we all strongly agree with that. Violation of any road safety rules and regulations is a punishable offense in Uttarakhand. Contravening some of the traffic rules can attract a fine of up to Rs. 1 lakh, suspension of driving license, as well as six months of jail time. All categories of vehicle owners/drivers must follow the road safety rules and regulations as these are made for your safety.

Uttarakhand Traffic Police department has employed dedicated officers all across the state for the better execution and enforcement of the Motor Vehicle Act. In case of any violation of Traffic rules, the Digital Traffic/Transport Enforcement Solution will issue an e-challan which the offender has to pay either online or offline. 

Here is a complete list of Uttarakhand Traffic Challan Rates 2022 with some of the new/updated fines:

OffensePenalty (in Rs)
Driving without a number plateFirst offence:500
Subsequent offense: 1500
Driving without helmet1000 + suspension of license for 3 months
Violation of general traffic rules2000
Not disclosing information/Sharing false information2000
Dangerous/rash drivingFirst offence:1000
Subsequent offense: 5000
Using mobile phones while drivingFirst offence:1000
Subsequent offense: 5000
Driving while physically/mentally unfitFirst offence:1000
Subsequent offense: 5000
Driving without seat-belt1000
Triple riding (on two-wheelers)First offence:500
Subsequent offense: 1500
An unauthorized person driving the vehicle2500
A minor person driving the vehicle2500
Driving without license2500
Driving with a suspended license5000
Using wrong number plate5000
Violation of standards of noise and air pollutionFirst offence:2500
Subsequent offense: 5000
Blocking emergency vehicles5000
Driving vehicle without insuranceFor Two-wheelers:
First offence:1000, Second offense: 2000
For four-wheelers:
First offence:2000, Second offense: 4000

Vehicles lacking safety equipment
Non-compliance with guidelines while selling vehicles50,000
OverloadingFor light motor vehicles:2000 + 2000 for every extra tonne
For heavy motor vehicles:5000 + 2000 for every extra tonne
For vehicles that are not weighed20,000
Child in the vehicle without a safety belt200

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