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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

News of the biggest relief for Gujaratis, exemption from new #traffic #rules till date

Traffic Rules news update
News of the biggest relief for Gujaratis, exemption from new traffic rules till date
Important announcements of Minister for Transport RC Fruit:
900 PUC centers will be opened
There will be no penalty until October 15 if you do not wear a helmet
The time limit for PUCs extends to October 15th
The ISI marked helmet with the new Tea Wheeler will be offered in a fee
PUC, license and insurance extended deadline till October 15
Provision for non-charging of helmets in the cost of the vehicle
Government officials also have to abide by the rule



Currently there is good news for Gujarati people. After a flurry of hostility and heavy opposition to the new traffic rules, RC Fruit has released new traffic rules in the state, including Ahmedabad. The state is facing huge opposition to the new Traffic Vehicles Act. Some BJP-ruled states have made concessions after the central government issued a new rule across the country.
Gujarat has witnessed huge protests over the new traffic vehicle act. Due to this, Transport Minister RC Faldu today gave a news of the relief to the residents of Gujarat by holding a press conference. The new Motor Vehicle Act extends the duration of 15 days (ie 15 days) for PUCs, helmets and vehicle insurance for another 15 days (October 15).

This decision has been taken today at a cabinet meeting of the Gujarat government. The decision has been taken after deliberating on the complaints of inconvenience to people in buying helmets and removing PUCs.

New 900 PUC centers will be opened. Helmets, PUCs and licenses are extended for 15 days. The minister said that PUC centers will be opened within 10 days. At present the state government has started the tenter process. But Ahmedabad special reading will not have to pay the new rules, but the driver who does not wear a helmet and does not have a PUC will have to pay a fine of Rs 100 as per the old rule.

News of the biggest relief for Gujaratis, exemption from new traffic rules till date
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News of the biggest relief for Gujaratis, exemption from new traffic rules till date

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