According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the mobile in your hand should only be for navigation while driving. If caught talking on mobile while driving, then a fine ranging from 1 thousand to 5 thousand will be imposed.
New Rule For Driving: In India, it is common to talk on a mobile phone while driving a vehicle, but now you have to pay a heavy fine for doing so. Let me tell you, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has changed many rules related to driving. In which the fine amount has been kept up to five thousand rupees for talking on the phone while driving. However, under this new rule, you can use mobile phones only for navigation. At the same time, this new rule will be applicable from October 1 across the country.
What is the new rule: According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, while driving, the mobile in your hand should be for navigation only. If caught talking on mobile while driving, a fine ranging from 1 thousand to 5 thousand rupees can be imposed. Let me tell you, some important changes were made in the Motor Vehicle Act last year. In which there was a provision for heavy fines on those who did not wear helmets. At the same time, with this new rule, traffic related rules in the country can be implemented better through IT service and electronic monitoring.
Documents not to be shown: As per the rule coming into force from October 1, all driving licenses, e-challans and other vehicle related documents will be maintained through the Information Technology portal. That is, during the checking of vehicle documents, no documents related to the vehicle will be asked from the owner when the documents of the vehicles found valid through electronic means are checked.