Changing rules even on driving license and e-challan

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While driving a car or bike in the country, most people believe that traffic police can be avoided by showing fake documents. This is also true because in most states the traffic police does not have the facility to verify documents immediately. But now this will not happen.

Changes in traffic rules

Rules will change from October 1

Traffic police will be difficult to dodge

New Delhi: While driving a car or bike, most people in the country believe that traffic police can be avoided by showing fake documents. This is also true because in most states the traffic police does not have the facility to verify documents immediately. But now this will not happen. Now every document of yours will already be present with the traffic authorities.

Will not be able to dodge

The central government has amended the Motor Vehicle Act 1989. The government said on Saturday that vehicle documents including driving license and e-challan will be maintained from October 1, 2020 through an information technology portal. A statement said that during the inspection of vehicle documents, physical documents will not be demanded in lieu of documents of vehicles found valid through electronic means.

Your license update information

Experts say that all the information related to your driving license will be available with the traffic authorities. Along with this, the government said that the details of driving license disqualified or revoked by the licensing authority will be recorded in the portal and it will be updated from time to time.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said in a statement that it has issued notification regarding various amendments made in the Motor Vehicles Rules 1989, including vehicle-related documents through the portal from October 1, 2020, for better monitoring and implementation of the Motor Vehicles Rules. And e-challan can be maintained.

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