Traffic rules are a set of guidelines and regulations that govern the behavior of drivers, pedestrians, and other road users on public roads. These rules are essential for ensuring road safety and reducing the number of accidents on the roads. In Rajasthan, there are several traffic rules that all road users must adhere to, and there are also challan rates for violating these rules.
One of the most fundamental traffic rules in Rajasthan is wearing a seat belt while driving a vehicle. All drivers and passengers must wear seat belts, and failure to do so can result in a challan of Rs. 1,000. Another essential traffic rule is wearing a helmet while riding a two-wheeler. If a person is found not wearing a helmet while riding a two-wheeler, they can be fined Rs. 500.
In Rajasthan, it is also mandatory for all drivers to carry necessary documents like driving licenses, insurance papers, pollution certificates, and registration certificates. If a driver is found without any of these documents, they can be fined Rs. 500.
One of the most common violations of traffic rules in Rajasthan is overspeeding. If a driver is found overspeeding, they can be fined according to the following rates: Rs. 400 for a speed limit of up to 20 km/h, Rs. 1000 for a speed limit of up to 40 km/h, and Rs. 2000 for a speed limit of more than 40 km/h.
Other traffic violations that can result in a challan in Rajasthan include driving under the influence of alcohol, jumping traffic signals, parking in a no-parking zone, and using mobile phones while driving. The challan rates for these violations range from Rs. 1000 to Rs. 10,000, depending on the severity of the offense.
|Traffic Offence||Challan/Fine Rates|
|General traffic violations||Two-wheeler: Rs. 100
Four-Wheelers: Rs. 200
|Using a mobile phone while driving||Rs. 1000|
|Driving without seat-belt||Rs. 1000|
|Driving without helmet||Rs. 1000|
|Triple -Riding||Rs. 1000|
|Drunken driving||Rs. 10,000|
|Not giving way to emergency vehicles||Rs. 10,000|
|Dangerous driving||Two-three-wheelers: Rs. 1000
Four-wheelers: Rs. 10,000
|Violating orders of traffic authorities||Rs. 500|
|Over-speeding||Light Motor Vehicles: Rs. 1000
Heavy Motor Vehicles: Rs. 2000
|Driving without insurance||For the first offense: Rs. 2,000
For subsequent offense: Rs. 4,000
|Jumping traffic signals||Rs. 1000|
|Rash driving||Rs. 500|
|Unauthorized people driving the vehicle||Two-three-wheelers: Rs. 1000
Four-wheelers or LMV: Rs. 2000
Others: Rs. 5000
|Driving with an expired/suspended license||Rs. 5,000|
|Racing||For the first offense: Rs. 5,000
For subsequent offense: Rs. 10,000
|Driving without registration and fitness certificate||Rs. 2,000|
|Driving without permit||Rs. 10,000|
|Overloading||Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 2,000 per extra tonne|
|Carrying excess passengers||Rs. 100 per excess passenger|
|Driving in a restricted area||Rs. 20,000|
|Offenses by Juveniles||Rs. 25,000 and 3 years imprisonment|
|Driving with a Defective Number Plate||Rs. 5000/-|