Challan for not giving way to emergency vehicles: As per the existing traffic rules, it is necessary for any driver to give way to emergency vehicles like ambulances and fire brigade, etc.
Traffic rules about giving way to emergency vehicles: If you travel with a vehicle on the road you must follow the traffic rules. If you are caught not following the traffic rules then your challan can be deducted. Not only challan, there is also a law to send to jail for violating any traffic rules. However, many times people are not aware of some rules and in the absence of information, they unknowingly violate the traffic rules. But, it is also a serious matter because if you are traveling on the road then you should be aware of some basic traffic rules. That’s why we keep updating our readers about traffic rules time and again. Even today, we have brought information about such a rule for you, about which few people would hardly know.
Actually, you must have heard that if you see an ambulance coming behind you on the road, then give way to it immediately or if you see a vehicle of the fire department, then give way to it too. This is necessary only on moral grounds as it is possible that if these vehicles reach their destination on time, they can save someone’s life. Apart from this, the government has also made rules related to this.
As per the existing traffic rules, it is necessary for any driver to give way to emergency vehicles like ambulances and fire brigades, etc. We have named two vehicles as an example. Apart from this, the emergency vehicles which are there, it is necessary to give way to all. Failure to do so may result in the invoice being deducted.
Under the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019, challan up to Rs 10,000 can be deducted for not giving way to emergency vehicles. Challan is deducted under section 194(e) of the amended MV Act.
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