n India, violating a no-entry rule under section 115 of the Motor Vehicles Act is a serious offense. A no-entry sign indicates that a vehicle is not allowed to enter a particular area, lane or road for a specific period or at all times. Violating this rule can result in legal consequences.
If a driver is found violating a no-entry rule under section 115 of the Motor Vehicles Act, they could face legal consequences. The specific penalties can vary depending on the state or jurisdiction, but generally, the penalties are as follows:
- Fine: The fine for violating a no-entry rule can range from Rs. 500 to Rs. 5,000, depending on the severity of the offense.
- Legal action: In case of a serious offense or repeated violations, legal action may be taken against the offender, which could result in imprisonment or suspension of driving license.