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Bangalore Traffic Fines and How to pay them online

2018-04-25 14:02:10
Bangalore Traffic Fines and How to pay them online

Fines and challans for traffic violations in Bangalore can now be paid online through the Bangalore traffic police website. This article will inform you about the various traffic violations and the penalties attached to them as well as inform you about the pay off the traffic fines and challans online in the city of Bangalore.

How to pay Bangalore traffic fines online?

  1. First, visit the Bangalore traffic police website at http://www.bangaloretrafficpolice.gov.in/BTPHome.aspx.
  2. On the left-hand side of the page is a section titled Pay Your Fines. There are three different options by which one can search which fines they have to pay: i) Search by violation notice; ii) Pay by parking violation tags, or iii)Search fines by the vehicle violation numbers.
  3. In the Pay Violation Notice option, you will be asked to enter the Notice Number of the traffic violations among other things. The Notice Number is the violation number on the fine. You will also have to enter your vehicle registration number along with your email ID.
  4. Upon entering the details, the page will display the amount of fine that has to be paid. You will have to select the type of card through which you will by (either Master Card or Visa).
  5. The second option available is that of Pay Parking Violation Tags for violations of parking rules. Upon clicking this option, you will be asked for your parking violation tag number as well as the vehicle registration number of the card type by which you will make the payment (Master Card or Visa).
  6. The third option is that of Pay Fine by Vehicle Number. You will be asked to enter your vehicle registration number as well as your email ID and the payment card type (Master Card or Visa).
  7. The last option is titled Spot Fines which takes you to a page which offers the same three options above but also allows you to pay by other payment methods like net banking, Paytm, Amex Card as well as debit and credit cards.

Traffic fines applicable in Bangalore

Below is a list of the Bangalore traffic fines and challans applicable for the violation of traffic rules as under the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989. For more information on Bangalore traffic fines, visit the Bangalore traffic police website at http://www.bangaloretrafficpolice.gov.in/spotfines.aspx.

Provisions traffic fines under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988-

  • ·       Dangerously driving a two-wheeler

Provision of law: Sec. 184 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 300.

  • ·        Dangerously driving a non-transport vehicle (vehicle with a white number plate)

Provision of law: Sec. 184 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 400.

  • ·       Dangerously driving a transport vehicle (vehicle with a yellow number plate)

Provision of law: Sec. 184 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 500.

  • ·       Over speeding/ driving above the maximum speed limit

Provision of law: Section 112 read with Sec.183 (1) and (2) of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 300.

  • ·        Racing on roads

Provision of law: Section 189 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 500.

  • ·       Carrying excess passengers in a three-wheeler or any transport vehicle (including buses)

Provision of law: Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100 for every extra passenger.

  • ·        Driving under the influence of alcohol

Provision of law: Section 185 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Court fine.

  • ·        Parking in a No Parking zone

Provision of law: Section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        Driving a two-wheeler without a driving licence

Provision of law: Sec.3 read with Sec.181 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 300.

  • ·       Driving a non-transport vehicle without a driving licence

Provision of law: Sec.3 read with Sec.181 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 400.

  • ·       Driving a transport vehicle without a driving licence

Provision of law: Sec.3 read with Sec.181 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 500.

  • ·       Underage driving of a motor vehicle in a public place

Provision of law: Sec.4 read with Sec.181 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 500.

  • ·       If the owner of the vehicle allows any other person to drive her/ his vehicle in contravention of Section 3                     (driving licence) and Section 4 (age requirements)

Provision of law: Sec.5 read with Sec.180 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 1000.

  • ·       Violating an H.T.V. prohibited area

Provision of law: Sec.115 read with Sec.177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·       Driving a transport vehicle without the appropriate uniform

Provision of law: Sec.14 read with Sec.177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        Driving a vehicle with defective head lights

Provision of law: Sec.14 read with Sec.106 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        Driving a vehicle without a tail light

Provision of law: Sec.14 read with Sec.250 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        Driving a motor vehicle without a number plate

Provision of law: Rule 50 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 read with section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: First offence, Rs. 100; Subsequent offences, Rs. 300.

  • ·        Using a black film or any other material on the motor vehicle

Provision of law: Rule 100 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules read with section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: First offence, Rs. 100; Subsequent offences, Rs. 300.

  • ·       Wrong parking & towing charges for two-wheelers

Provision of law: Sec. 15(2) read with Sec.177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 750.

  • ·       Wrong parking & towing charges for three wheelers

Provision of law: Sec. 15(2) read with Sec.177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 1100.

  • ·       Towing charges for medium transport vehicles (MTV)

Provision of law: Sec. 15(2) read with Sec.177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 1350.

  • ·       Wrong parking and towing charges for HGV.

            Provision of law: Sec. 15(2) read with Sec.177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 1600.

 

Provisions under Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989-

  • · If a taxi or an auto driver demands excess fare or refuses duty to come for hire

Provision of law: Rule 13 (U) of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 read with Section 177 of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988

Fine amount: First offence, Rs. 100; Subsequent offences, Rs. 300.

  • ·         If the fare meter or an auto rickshaw or taxi is defective

Provision of law: Rule 16 (k) of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        If the vehicle emits black smoke

Provision of law: Rule 190 (2) of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        If the vehicle has a shrill horn

Provision of law: Rule 190 (2) of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        Jumping a traffic signal

Provision of law: Rule 119 of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 read with Sec.177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·       If a man is travelling on the seats reserved for women in the BMTC buses

Provision of law: Rule 94 (4) of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·       Operating or holding a mobile phone while driving a vehicle

Provision of law: Rule 230-A of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 read with Sec. 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        Driving a two-wheeler without wearing a helmet

Provision of law: Rule 230(1) of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·       Triple riding a two-wheeler

Provision of law: Section 128(1) read with section 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        If the pillion rider is not wearing a helmet

Provision of law: Rule 230(1) of the Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 read with Sec. 177 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

Fine amount: Rs. 100.

  • ·        Jaywalking

Provision of law: Sec.6 read with Sec.18 of the Karnataka Traffic Control Act, 1960

Fine amount: Court fine.

Speed limits

Following is a list of speed limits in Bangalore for different vehicles:

  •       All cars: 60 km/h.
  •       Vans, trucks, buses and matadors: 50 km/h.
  •       All two wheelers (scooters and motorbikes) other than mopeds: 50 km/h.
  •       Auto rickshaw, three-wheelers, tempo and mopeds: 40 km/h.
  •       Trailers and tractors: 20 km/h.
  •        For all types of cars travelling on the International Airport Road from Hebbal to International Airport Road: 80 km/h.

 

 

 

 

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